Reiley is a PhD student in the Rehab Sciences program at the University of Kentucky, working as a Research Assistant at the Sports Medicine Research Institute (SMRI). He earned his bachelor’s degree in Biology from Indiana University (2014) and master’s degree in Sports Sciences from Florida State University (2016). While completing his masters, he spent a semester at the University of Notre Dame working as a sport science intern assisting in the collection and analysis of athlete monitoring and testing data. At Florida State, Reiley continued to work with athlete monitoring data, providing support to the women’s soccer team. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). Reiley’s research interests focuses on developing methods for monitoring training load, and optimizing training, recovery, and health of athletes.