David Moriarty

About David Moriarty

Dave has been involved in the physical preparation of field-based squads for the past 20 years and has extensive experience in Strength and Conditioning. He has worked with a variety of hurling and Gaelic football teams in Limerick, Tipperary, Clare, and Cork, winning two county titles in Limerick and Cork. Dave also has vast experience working with intercounty teams, being the head Strength and Conditioning and Skills coach with the Limerick Footballers for 4 years, Limerick Hurlers for 3 years and Tipperary Footballers for 3 years. He has also assisted both the Tipperary and Wexford Senior Hurling teams in the past. Dave has served as a Conditioning Coach to his own rugby club, Young Munster R.F.C. in Limerick. He currently is Laois Senior Hurlers lead S&C coach. He holds a Masters Degree in Strength and Conditioning from Limerick Institute of Technology, a Bachelor of Arts in both Strength and Conditioning and Sport Recreation and Leisure Management, from Waterford Institute of Technology as well as numerous other exercise and fitness qualifications.

David Moriarty: Integration of Conditioning into Sports Related Activities

Do the expectations of the role of a strength and conditioning coach differ on what title they are given? Setanta tutor, David Moriarty, draws on his own experience as an S&C coach with the Limerick Footballers and Hurlers, Tipperary Footballers [...]

David Moriarty: An Insight into the Changes of the Last Decade in Limerick GAA

How has the preparation of the fitness of hurlers changed in the past eleven years since Limerick last made an appearance at an All-Ireland final? Setanta tutor, David Moriarty was lucky to have been involved in the Limerick senior hurling [...]