My interests have always been in understanding how the human body works and what causes its varying levels of performance. Throughout my youth I was very active athletically in soccer, track and field, dance and martial arts. I’ve always admired the different physiques and strengths needed for different athletic pursuits and wanted to understand how the human body does all it does. During my undergraduate degree at the University of Alberta I studied human physiology, neuroscience and psychology. I went on to study hormonal influences in weight control and abnormal psychology and its limitations.
This led me to pursue a career in Personal Training after graduation. Though, on the surface, Personal Training appears to focus on aesthetics and athletic output, a great part of it is having an understanding of the individual, working