Your training should make a difference in your performance. Don’t waste your time with movements that don’t transfer, being in bad positions that don’t get corrected, or doing mindless conditioning.
You deserve a program that works as hard for you as you do for it. One that uses biomechanics and physiology to design a program that matches the movements and positions you need to succeed. A program with world-class coaching that makes sure you stay healthy in the gym and ready for resilient to whatever life throws at you. A program that is structured so that you never stop making progress. A program that has been proven to get you to your goals.
Your results are a reflection of OUR work, and that’s a responsibility I take very seriously.
Founder and Head Coach
I’m a strength and performance coach who has worked with thousands of athletes over the last decade. Since 2013, I’ve seen kids go from goofy looking, undersized, undrafted bantams to professional athletes in my summer hockey program, which currently works with 13+ professional players. I have a passion for developing athletes and a proven track record of helping them perform at their best, with dozens of clients going on to play collegiate, professional, and national-level sports.
I developed my passion for coaching working as a Graduate Assistant at the University of British Columbia where I was the lead strength coach for the National Champion Men’s Rugby team, the Men’s Hockey team, and worked with all 26 varsity teams and 650+ athletes in some capacity. I currently serve as the Director of Hockey Performance at Level 10 Fitness, where I oversee the development of 30+ offseason hockey players, train athletes of all levels and sports, and help everyday athletes perform at their highest level in life.
I also design training programs, create coach and athlete educational content, have a growing podcast on coaching and personal development, and more to come!
Masters in Kinesiology, with a specialization in Coaching Science from the University of British Columbia
Graduating Paper: Physical Preparation for Ice Hockey: A review of Biomechanics, Physiology, and Epidemiology
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA)