Professionally, I’ve helped over 1900 clients in the last 10 years. I’ve got a degree in Nutrition, and have worked in hospitals, clinics, and in fitness centres. Few in the business can match what I can offer you.
I eat healthy about 80% of the time, and exercise regularly. But there was a time when I was completely lost and unhealthy. I probably know a bit about what you’re going through.
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Elle has a degree in Kinesiology and is a retired massage therapist (RMT). She left that profession to help clients get more active, instead of be passive in their treatment. She still has all the anatomy knowledge acquired from her former profession.
This, and her three years of training experience, makes her an extremely valuable trainer. She was also a competitive Lacrosse player, obstacle athlete and recently fought in a boxing match! Elle is also a good nutrition coach. She has access to an online coaching program, and some clients do extremely well with this structure, vs. the traditional nutrition coaching model of office sessions.
Renita is a Registered Dietitian with a Master’s Degree in Public Health Nutrition and Dietetics. From an early age, Renita loved food. In fact, it’s difficult to find a childhood photo of Renita that doesn’t feature her holding onto something edible. She entered dietetics for two main reasons: 1) to help others eat foods that they love while also receiving proper nutrition; and 2) to have a socially acceptable reason to think and talk about food all day.
As a Dietitian, she takes in the current research and transforms it into small, realistic changes to fit into any lifestyle. Renita has presented her own research at conferences including the Canadian Obesity Summit and the Congress for Canadian Association of Food Studies. In addition to counseling clients, Renita also teaches nutrition at the University of Toronto and is a member of Dietitians of Canada.
Bringing years of experience in the fields of strength and nutrition, Coach Jeremy centers his coaching philosophy around his clients and the demands of everyday life. A graduate of the University of Western Ontario (Hons. BA Kinesiology, 2013), Jeremy brings a wealth of knowledge on how to show clients the tremendous changes they are capable of when using a step-by-step habit based approach.
When working with Jeremy, clients can expect to feel supported and understood and know that they are getting a professional in their corner who truly cares. Jeremy has also been featured in Vice Canada, The Toronto Star, and Metro.