About the coaches

Kieran Foy is an elite strength and conditioning coach, holding an M.Sc. exercise physiology from Montreal which he completed under scholarship. He is a competition coach with the Canadian Weightlifting Federation, and has completed UEFA B, Canadian B, and A licence part 1. He was the National Fitness Coach for Tennis Canada over four years and in that time coached multiple national champions, grand slam winners and senior professional players.

Guy Razy holds a B.Sc. degree in Kinesiology, and an M.Sc. in Physiotherapy from McGill University. He is also one of the original and longest serving Agatsu kettlebell coaches in Canada.

His experience in high performance sports started as a competitive fencer in Quebec where he competed at provincial tournaments. As a kinesiologist, he was a successful full-time fitness professional in Montreal before moving into full-time physiotherapy in 2008. Since that time, his approach to strength and conditioning  has been informed by an intricate knowledge of the musculo-skeletal system and both orthodox and unorthodox training methods. His approach is highly skilled, but extremely practical and effective.

Expert Contributors

Sean Brennan – amateur turned professional wrestler

Frederico Moojen – professional soccer player, ex-Montreal Impact player, currently plays professional indoor soccer with The Wichita Wings

Emerson Turnier – 2nd Dan Black Belt, former USKBA World Amateur Kickboxing Champion, full-time professional fitness coach

Nicolas Perrotte – National Fitness Coach with French Tennis Federation (www.fft.fr)

Andrea Plitz – M.Sc. Physiotherapy

More to come … !