Omer Gliksman received his B.Ed. in Physical Education from Wingate Institute, studying in the excellence program, where he majored in cardiovascular rehabilitation using exercise physiology methods. He is currently an MA student in the Cognitive-Affective Neuroscience program at the Department of Psychology at Bar-Ilan University, where he examines the effect of physical activity on oxytocin, social cognition, and quality of life in schizophrenia. Omer also has an appointment as an instructor of several courses, including Physiology, Training Methodology, and Exercise in chronic illness. He holds diplomas as a gym trainer, exercise during pregnancy, athletic groups, ODT, and martial arts instructor. In his spare time Omer enjoys doing research, practicing different training styles and movement methods, drumming, and drawing.