Every single time Matt Cubbler gets the opportunity to speak in front of a group of people – his intention is to inspire, motivate and educate. Whether it is through public speaking, leadership development programs or through his mentorship program – he take's each person on a personal journey through his life's twists and turns in an attempt to hopefully inspire and motivate them into identifying ways where they can find success and to be their very best. Along the way, he gives each person pieces of his heart as a way of letting them know that "I Got You" whenever they need him.

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About I Got You!

Public Speaking

Everyone has a story to tell, but not everyone can tell his or her own story. Matt Cubbler has always had a passion for leading and inspiring others. Cubbler has shared his message of love, loss, passion and perseverance with groups large and small – from middle school age kids to corporate executives and inspired each of them to appreciate each moment and to always find ways to succeed and to be their very best. Cubbler's innate ability to "reach" each person individually – regardless of the size of the crowd – has made him one of the most sought after public speakers in the area.


Matt Cubbler believes that every person needs a mentor – someone who they can count on for advice, to be honest with them at all times, and someone who has traveled the road they are currently on or wish to head towards. Cubbler has had many mentors in his life and he attributes most of his life's accomplishments to them and the role each played in his life. Cubbler believes that being a mentor to others is his way of helping to ensure the cycle of selflessness and caring for others doesn't end with him. Over the past 25 years, Cubbler has mentored hundreds of teens and young adults – as both a police officer and through his entrepreneurial endeavors.

Leadership Development

Matt Cubbler has always been a leader. Ever since he was a young boy, he has shown the propensity to selflessly lead and help others. Over the past 30 years, Cubbler has lived a life of service as a former U.S. Army Intelligence soldier, a current 25 year veteran in law enforcement and as a tireless entrepreneur. Cubbler has worked and trained with some of the most dynamic leaders the world has ever known. Through those experiences and his unique approach to leadership, Cubbler has created a program that helps others cultivate and sharpen the tools that they already possess in order to maximize their opportunities to be a successful leader.

About Matt Cubbler

Matt Cubbler is a devoted son, faithful husband, loving father, loyal friend, patriotic American, U.S. Army veteran, 25 year career cop, a relentless entrepreneur and a selfless servant to all of God's creations.

A Brother's Love: A Memoir

One's role models in life are often found in the unexpected. The person who is our confidant and hero, or role model, may well be a teacher, parent, sibling, or friend who is appreciated too late. For me, my role model was my brother, Andy, who died too soon, at the age of twenty-one. Unexpected? Yes. Andy's story and my own as it unfolds will tell the tale of two brothers who were each other's' best friend. We had a childhood filled with love, joy, laughter, and sadness. Unfortunately for me, I was so busy being my "brother's keeper" that I never realized the phenomenal human being my brother, Andy, had become. It took Andy's death for me to realize the "role model" I had lost. Death stole my chance ever to say thank you while Andy was alive.

This memoir shares the emotions of a brother's love. Each of my life's accomplishments has in some way been shaped by my brother's life and the way he lived it. Born with a cloud over his head, Andy struggled to learn and to fit in. Born with a rainbow in his heart, Andy would love and be loved in a way that I finally came to understand too late. This memoir is my gift of gratitude to my hero and role model. May it inspire those who read it to express their appreciation to those people who have made them into who they are today. In my case, it is my brother, who I loved more than I ever knew. A Brother's Love is Andy's story and mine; it is a love story for all ages.

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In The News

Bouncing Back From Failure, a Fitness Business Gets It Right

By Jason Daley | Entrepreneur magazine | August 2, 2015

Pessimists might say MaxOut Strength Systems is cursed. Optimists—including Royersford, Penn.-based Jason Griggs and Matt Cubbler, who are launching a franchise based on the unique weight machines—would argue that the third time's the charm. Despite two false starts, they believe they've got what it takes to get the fitness world pumped, and they're ready to put their money where their muscle is with MaxOut Strength Studio.

Trainers in Royersford lift up more than weights with mentorship program

By Michilea Patterson | The Times Herald | March 11, 2015

On the outside, Maxout Strength Studio looks like any other fitness facility, but students who walk through the doors become stronger — both physically and mentally.

At the end of last year, the studio officially launched the Leadership and Mentorship Program (LAMP) which is designed to help teens and young adults strengthen their mind, body and soul.

Pa. Cop Delivers Baby

By Vince Lattanzio | NBC10 Phildelphia | Dec 6, 2012

Collegeville Police Officer Matt Cubbler helped deliver a woman's baby in the parking lot of a TD Bank. NBC10's Vince Lattanzio shares the incredible story.


We invited Matt to speak to our athletes on leadership. Little did we realize that his message he delivered would be the kick starter of something bigger. His message was the beginning of a leadership course for our athletes that will help to change the culture of not only our athletes but our surrounding community. I know that he is the best person to put in front of any group of people on leadership and how to live life.

Frank Cremonese

Matt has been a mentor of mine since high school, some of the most instrumental years of an individual's life. Through support, guidance, and continuous mental and physical challenges, Matt has helped me become who I am today. He is an individual who truly aspires to watch others grow and achieve which is a characteristic many long for but rarely accomplish. I feel fortunate to know that I have someone like Matt Cubbler in my corner when facing one of life's challenges or to celebrate its achievements. His support and dedication to impact those around him will always be remembered.

Meag Yates Mentored by Matt Cubbler

Matt Cubbler's motivational speaking engagement to my Entrepreneur students was a huge success. He grabbed their attention and kept it for the full class period. He adapted his talk to my students who are learning about how to start their own business, but his timeless truths can apply to any group of any size. His dynamic life story struck a cord with the students and they thanked him for taking his time to meet with them. They were still talking about his presentation months later when they told my new group of students that Matt's visit would be a highlight of their semester class. The students' own description of Matt's presentation was "inspirational, motivational, strength of character, challenging, passionate, admirable, honest, enlightened, impacting and compassionate". Matt's impact will long be remembered.

Nancy F. Notaro, Business Education Teacher Pennsauken High School, Pennsauken, NJ

Matt Cubbler visited the Phoenixville Varsity boys basketball team in February 2016 before the Phantoms District playoff game against Boyertown. After an incredible regular season (19-3 and 13-0 in the league) the Phantoms suffered a tough loss in the league semi-finals and were struggling with confidence and moving on to the next game (vs Boyertown). Before the Boyertown game, Matt provided some powerful messages regarding his experience in law enforcement as well as the need to stick together during tough times. Matt also touched on controlling the controllable and doing all the tough, little things that lead to wins, which was exactly the point we have preached all season.
The boys left the locker room for pre-game warm-ups extremely focused during a must-win game and succeeded with a win on their home court. We are thankful for Matt and his willingness to speak to the boys of the team before their most important must win game of the season!

Eric Burnett Health/Physical Education, Schuylkill Elementary

The Spring-Ford Middle School students were blessed to have Author, co- owner of MaxOut and Collegeville Police Officer Matt Cubbler speak to them about the psychology of a Bully vs. the psychology of a Leader. All too often we address Bullying without providing the children a FIX to the problem, but Officer Cubbler did an outstanding job giving our students a variety of solutions if bullied. His talk revolved around Leadership and ways to take a stand against the Bully. He explained the differences between a Quiet , Bold and Supportive Leader and the students were incredibly receptive. For most middle school children, he gave them hope and a real solution if faced with bullying, either in person or on-line. It was refreshing to see so many students stay after class and thank him for his time, passion and commitment to them and their community. Students now have a greater understanding that their own self-awareness is the key to success. His message is one that every teenager and parent should hear!

Bill Racich District Chair / Health & Physical Education (K-12), Spring-Ford Area School District

Matt Cubbler's presentation was highly motivational and the students were engaged in what he had to offer. Matt did an excellent job bringing to life how the lessons he learned through his experience of personal loss, service in the military and homeland security, business ownership, and law enforcement taught him to be resilient and a leader. He encouraged the kids to be resilient and leaders in all aspects of their lives – a refreshing voice for our 7th grade students.

Matthew Jarema Health & Physical Education (7th & 8th Grades), Spring-Ford Area School District

Matt Cubbler's inspiring story of leadership and purpose has generated a buzz within our membership. Matt's presentation to our organization was energetic and impactful. I would highly recommend that you hear Matt's message of hope, courage and leadership.

Holly Parker Executive Director, TriCounty Community Network

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