Get stronger, faster, and more confident, from the bench to competition to your everyday life. Our team of Strength and Conditioning Coaches works with aspiring youth athletes and Canadian Olympians and Paralympians alike. Our Athlete Development Strength programs follow the Long-Term Athlete Development (LTAD) model to progress your skills efficiently and holistically. Teaching athletes to train smarter, better, and safer, from foundational movement patterns to refined weight room techniques.
Chris Spencer (NSCA CSCS, USAW Level 1) was on Team BC’s coaching staff at the Canada Summer Games and the National Basketball Championships. He is doing a Master’s in High Performance Coaching.
Tom Clifford (BSc) graduated from the University of Gloucestershire before working in Australia, and Singapore and settling in Canada. These experiences allowed Tom to work with a variety of athletes from young hockey players to professional rugby athletes.
Evan Thomas (NSCA CSCS, RKin, NASM-MMT) works as a high performance off-season hockey coach and power skating instructor. Evan also works in active injury rehabilitation.
Georgia Grieve (NSCA CSCS) brings experience in a motor learning lab to her coaching approach. She is a recent graduate with her Master’s of Science in Kinesiology at UBC.
Jackson Cheung (NSCA CSCS, NCCP-Athletics) competed on the national hurdling team and won the 2017 Canada Summer Games sprint hurdles. He specializes in sprint training techniques.
Matt Woodley (NASM-PES, CPT) represented England in numerous International Basketball Tournaments. He is a certified British Weightlifting Level 1 Olympic Lifting Coach.
Max Stanton (Mkin, CSCS) completed his Master’s of Kinesiology at UBC, before spending the past 6 years working with the Vancouver Whitecaps as the Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach. He brings 10 years of experience, and has a passion for return to play.
Get your reps in with individualized attention from a Strength & Conditioning Coach.