B.Sc. (Kin), M.Sc. Strength & Conditioning

Taylor holds a Bachelors in Kinesiology from University of Saskatchewan as well as a Masters in Strength & Conditioning from Edith Cowan University. Taylor spent 3 years with the U of S Huskies Men's Soccer Team as player. He is the previous Head of Sport Science / Strength & Conditioning for the Calgary Foothills Soccer Club where he was in charge of the athletic development for the U12-18, W League and USL PDL. Currently he is the S&C Coach for the U of C Men's Soccer Program and Women's Field Hockey as well as the Canada Soccer (Alberta) REX program. Taylor has a keen interest in ACL Rehabilitation and general return to sport rehab. In his spare time you can catch him outside doing some sort of activity! He loves this job and hopefully you can see that in his energy in the gym!




B.Sc, MSc (Kinesiology), CSCS

Trevor (CSCS) is a Human Kinetics (B.Sc.) graduate of St. Francis Xavier University and University of Calgary (Master of Kinesiology) where he competed as a varsity rower for the X-men and Dino’s and continues to compete with the Calgary Rowing Club. While at the U of C he completed a practicum placement in Strength and Conditioning with the Calgary Flames and spent time helping with Dino’s rowing and the Calgary Rowing Club strength programs. Trevor grew up playing soccer in his hometown of Peterborough, Ontario competing in the U21 Provincial OSL division as well as at the Senior Men’s level. Along with soccer, he also participated at a competitive level in hockey, track and field and cross-country. 




B.Sc, MSc (Kinesiology), CSEP-CEP

Tommy Hooper is from Jasper, Alberta and was a multi-sport athlete growing up. During his hockey career he played for Sicamous Eagles, Golden Jets, and Golden Rockets in the KIJHL. Tommy is also a fire fighter where for the previous nine summers he spent his time fighting forest fires around Canada with the Government of Alberta, Leading Initial Attack Crews and Unit Crews and playing many different roles on many different types of fires. 

Tommy has his undergraduate degree in Kinesiology from Acadia University and also holds his Masters in Kinesiology from the University of Calgary. While completing the MKin, he was granted the opportunity to complete his practicum with the Calgary Flames Hockey Club and work/ learn in a professional sporting environment and see what it takes to make it to that level. After finishing the MKin, I became a Certified Exercise Physiologist with the Canadian Society of Exercise Physiologists.