About

Meet the Trainer

As a kid growing up I dreamed of one day becoming a Firefighter. While pursuing my dream of helping others and saving lives I found my true calling. With an obvious need to be in peak physical condition I began to take a vested interest in strength training. I wanted to know why you should do certain exercises instead of others. How certain foods affect your energy levels. It became a passion. With this became the start of a new journey. 

My first step started with an I.F.A. Personal Trainer Certification in 2009. The following year I received my A.C.E. Personal Trainer Certification and created my own training business Core Kinetic Strength & Conditioing.  With an endless appetite for knowledge I reached out to my friend and mentor Maria Mountain MSc , C.S.C.S. of Revolution Sport Conditioning in London,Ontario. In 2014 she was gracious enough to give me the opportunity to intern with her. Her 20 plus years of knowledge in the field were invaluable to me becoming a better trainer and giving me the tools to get to the next level of a fitness professional. I had the pleasure of working with amazing people from adult fitness clients, collegiate and professional athletes to olympians. My time there was a turning point for me. It completely changed my views on how I could best serve my clients and gave me a more clear understanding of how to do so. 

To get to an elite level  you have to train with a purpose.  Being a competitive athlete to this day. I take the same approach with my clients and even my own workout programs. To stay strong, mobile and minimize risk of injury. With every client my goal is to  keep you doing what you love to do. Day in and day out for many years to come.  I have committed my life to continue learning and improve my skills. To help you achieve your goals, your dreams. 

                     

” Never underestimate the power of dreams and the influence of the human spirit. We are all the same in this notion: The potential for greatness lives within each of us. “
– Wilma Rudolph