He is an Applied Sport Scientist and Performance Scientist, a lecturer of Exercise Physiology and Sport Training at the University of the Basque Country (Spain) and also a national coach in basketball (Spanish National basketball teams (Under -15,-18,-20, B team), athletics (Eneko Acero, Surfing European championship; Alberto Iñurrategui, World top Class Hymalayist and Clemente Alonso (Top level Ironman triathlete) and swimming. In addition he has prepared 6 olympic players in Rio 2016. He worked as Applied Sport Scientist at Dominican Republic Basketball Team in FIBA AMERICAS and Pre-olympic Tournament in 2015 and at NBA Global Summer Game Team World vs Team Africa, 2017.
He is a Bachelor in Human Movement Sciences at Basque University (Spain) and he also has a Degree in Human Sports Movs (Wales), Ph.D. in Sport physiology, a Master Degree in High Performance Sport (Spanish Olimpic Comitte) and a Master in research in Sports Sciences. He has made his post doctoral at the Brunnel University (U.K), Faculty of Kinesiology (Croatia), Catholican University in Melbourne (Australia) and Rush University Medical Center in Chicago (USA).