Kyle has been involved in sports his entire life. A four sport athlete in high school, Kyle chose to pursue baseball at the university level in both the United States and Canada. He attended and played at Concordia University (NAIA) and York University (OUA) while completing his degrees and internships. Kyle’s interest in performance and sport medicine bloomed from his involvement in sport. He has continued to work with athletes and active populations over the last 4+ years in both performance and rehabilitation settings.
Kyle graduated from York University with a Specialized Honours BA in Kinesiology and Certificate in Athletic Therapy and currently holds certification through the CATA as a Certified Athletic Therapist, the College of Kinesiologists of Ontario as a Registered Kinesiologist, the NSCA as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, and the Canadian Red Cross as a Certified First Responder. Kyle has worked with a wide range of people in the gym, clinic, and on the field of play including everyone from college and professional athletes to those just looking to get into better shape. He understands how to scale sessions to suit individual needs and meets people where they are at to bring them the most amount of value.
Kyle continues to stay active and competitive himself within the sport of powerlifting and enjoys outdoor activities such as camping, hiking, and fishing.
Why Train With Me
Your health, fitness, and performance are of utmost importance to you and me!
I have 7 years of university education studying the human body and 4+ years of internship and employment experience working with athletes and active individuals in both performance and rehabilitation settings. I have built a strong base of knowledge and skill that is ever growing, and I understand how to apply it to create the most effective and efficient path to recovery or the next level of performance.
If you are looking to increase your performance I take a systemic approach to creating a truly personalized strength and conditioning program and look to integrate principles of injury deterrence and resilience that will help you stay at the top of your game while increasing that ceiling.
If it is injury rehabilitation you are concerned with, I take the necessary steps to promote healing and bridge the gap between recovery and return to play by utilizing strength and conditioning principles to ensure you are ready to return to action and continue to increase your capacity and capability even after you step foot back on the field, court, or rink.
This blended model of performance and rehabilitation is what makes Resilient Strength and my approach to both realms unique!