I have been a Registered Kinesiologist since 2015. As a leader in the field, I opened the first Kinesiology studio in the region. For 13 years, I have been visible in our athletics community while coaching at Sir Winston Churchill, Runners' Edge & Brock University. As a competitive distance runner and experienced coach, I understand the impact that a health professional can have on outcomes. I am a human movement specialist that prescribes evidence based, appropriate and effective treatment.
I can help you:
Enhance athletic performance.
Improve body composition.
Prevent and rehabilitate injury.
Upgrade your coordination and posture.
Create a road-map for healthy lifestyle choices.
Head coach of Brock University Cross Country Team.
Associate head coach of Brock University Track & Field Team.
Volunteer Assistant for Sir Winston Churchill Secondary Cross Country and Track & Field.
Club Coach for Runners' Edge Track Club, Adults & Youth Groups.
Kevin has coached athletes to qualify for Berlin, London, Boston, New York and Chicago marathons.
Kevin has been successful in developing and guiding numerous high school OFSAA finalists and medallists in cross-country and track.
He has also steered university athletes to the OUA & U Sport Championships in cross country and track.
He has extensive experience developing post university and age-group level athletes in the open road-race scene.
Kevin is an accomplished athlete with personal bests of 1:11:09 Half Marathon, 33:00 10K (en route to Half Marathon), 15:30 5K.
I have always been curious about how the body reacts and adapts to stress. As a national class youth athlete, I wanted to understand the training that I was performing and enjoyed searching for resources that helped me grasp these ideas. In university, that passion continued to progress. It was at this time that I started coaching adult athletes and in order to help them. I now applied the academic knowledge from my Kinesiology studies and the empirical lessons from the great coaches and athletes in our sport. Through these experiences I was able to develop my professional capacity as a coach and then as a Registered Kinesiologist. That curiosity how the body moves, reacts and adapts has led me to where I am today. As a Registered Kinesiologist with skin in the game, I see firsthand how athletes move and interact in the world, this blend of professional competence and real world application make me a uniquely equipped to effectively provide Kinesiology services to my community.
Bachelor of Kinesiology, (Honours)
College of Kinesiologist of Ontario (COKO)
Profile updated on: July 24, 2023
Area of Focus
Regulatory Bodies / Professional Associations
- Canadian Kinesiology Alliance (CKA)
- College of Kinesiologists of Ontario (View my license)
- Ontario Kinesiology Association
Client / Patient Age Range
- Adults (18-64)
- Seniors (65+)
- Youth (2-18)
- Assessment (Gait)
- Assessment (General/Major)
- Assessment (Musculoskeletal)
- Exercise Training
- Health Promotion and Wellness
- Interval Training
- Job Shadowing/Coaching
- Kinesiology Mentor
- Manual Soft Tissue Therapy
- Personal Training
- Program Planning/Development
- Rehabilitative and Functional Re-training Exercise Prescription
- Soft Tissue Therapy
- Sport Injuries
- Women’s Health
Type of Injuries
- Sport Performance (Training, Recovery, Competition)
- Sports injuries