Head Coach and Program Director Maximus Performance Inc. and fitness director at Global Heritage Nutrition. Older athletes are always looking for an edge in health and nutrition. Mainly, to be able to sustain their competitive lifestyle and avoid injuries. Now more than ever, older athletes need to be strategic in their training. Dave knows that because he shares the same passion and drive as an older athlete as he did as a youth. With over 26 years of experience in sports training and fitness, Dave Tomlin brings a wealth of knowledge in speed development and athletic enhancement. Dave competed for over two decades and holds multiple regional, provincial, and national records in track and field. He’s made many appearances at World and Pan American games Championships with several medals including two golds at the Pan American Junior Championships in Santiago, Chile. The next year he became the Canadian Senior National Champion in the 100m and 200m at the age of 19. Throughout his career, he’s been exposed to some of the brightest minds in track and field. The skills and knowledge he has gathered are unique and proven. As a coach and personal trainer with over 20 years of experience, It is now time to pass that expertise onto you!
With over 20 years of experience as an athlete and Kenen brings knowledge and experience as a coach to help athletes increase their speed and endurance for athletic success. With a passion for motivational speaking, Kenen’s goal is to help athletes advance their performance through accurate speed training.
As a college professor, Crystal Shadd has an extensive background in the fitness and health promotion field both academically and by experience. She is not a stranger to athletics herself with a bio of competing for Canada for 11 years in the sport of track and field (triple jump, 200m, and heptathlon).
Bringing over 15 years of experience in the health and wellness industry, Sotonye is focused on the expansion of performance and overall health through nutrition. Goal: to help athletes succeed through a holistic approach that centers around their health.
Dr. Andrew Robb is a graduate from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College attained his post-graduate fellowship from the Royal College of Chiropractors of Sports Sciences. ��Dr. Robb has published in various scientific journals in the areas of soft tissue therapy, baseball biomechanics, shoulder injuries, and functional movements. He is on clinical faculty at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College. Dr. Robb has collaborated with various organizations including, Canadian Athletic Coaching Centre, American Sports Medicine Institute, and Major League Baseball.