We have a team of professional coaches at Altitude ready and capable of helping athletes of any skill level achieve their health, wellness or sporting goals.
Strength and Conditioning Coach
Josh’s passion for fitness and high performance sport began at an early age with martial arts training and later expanding into training and competing in bobsleigh. Driven to learn how to improve his own training and help others Josh graduated from the University of Guelph-Humber receiving a Bachelors of Kinesiology as well as a Diploma in Health and Fitness Promotion. Over the past few years Josh has spent numerous hours continuing to further his understanding of respiration, GAIT (locomotion achieved through movement), and functional anatomy.
Now Josh uses an extensive battery of tests to assess client and athletes physical capabilities. Using these tests and an in-depth understanding of human movement, functional anatomy and high performance athletics Josh develops individualized programs to help clients and athletes improve their movement quality, reduce risk of injury and improve their performance.
Josh is currently a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist with the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and an Eleiko Certified Olympic Weightlifting Strength Coach.
Strength and Conditioning Coach
Beth embarked on a career in the fitness and performance space after a childhood in competitive sport and set the intention of helping others reach their goals. She studied Kinesiology and psychology at the University of Toronto where she began her next chapter as a strength and conditioning coach. While at the University of Toronto she enjoyed helping athletes reach their goals during the off-season and keeping them healthy during the season. It was there that Beth was driven to learn more about the injury rehab process and decided to attend Sutherland-Chan Massage Therapy School. She is excited to start helping members reach their fitness goals and rehab any lingering aches or pains.
Beth has experience working with athletes of all ages and skill levels. She is excited to learn more about the Mountaineering world and continue to support athletes from all walks of life through personal training sessions and group classes.
Strength and Conditioning Coach Intern
Katie is one of our student coaches that primarily instructs interval run and interval bike classes. She has always had a strong passion for physical activity, as she grew up participating in a wide range of sports such as basketball, track, and softball. Her great interest in sport and fitness has led her to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Physical Education at Wilfred Laurier University in Waterloo. During her studies, she has achieved a double minor in honours biology and psychology. Over the past few years, she has gained knowledge in functional anatomy, human physiology, sport and exercise psychology, molecular biology, and more. Following her undergrad, she plans to focus her education on sports rehabilitation therapy. Katie has gained instructional experience through her work as a basketball instructor, and through athlete development classes. When Katie is not working, she enjoys participating in a girl’s REP softball organization, hiking, camping, playing ultimate frisbee, and spending time in the outdoors.