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“Relentless” Grayson Wells is the former HavocFC Heavyweight Champion (mma) and currently ranked 9th in Canada for professional mma (Heavyweight). Grayson has level 1 and 2 strength training from the Poloquin Strength Institute and has had pleasure of helping many people from all ages/skill levels to reach their fitness goals. Whether you are just starting out and want to lose a few pounds or you want to take things to the next level and be a force to be reckoned with, He help get you to where you need to be. “Come check out one of my classes at ClubXO or inquire about 1 on 1 personal instruction at the front desk. Looking forward to seeing a bunch of new faces. Stay Relentless my friends.
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Alex graduated Valedictorian with a Degree in Physical Education & Coaching, where he specialized in Kinesiology. With 5 years of experience working in rehabilitation as a registered BCAK member, Alex has helped hundreds of clients recover from motor vehicle accidents, and sports related injuries. Alex is a strength and conditioning coach and personal trainer who uses a science based approach to improve athletic performance, master movement patterns, and assess and address issues of chronic/acute pain.
Alex has an true passion for innovation and education. Injury mitigation and self mastery is his speciality. As a Mobility Specialist (FRCms) and Kinstretch Instructor, he is an elite provider for mobility assessment from a joint by joint framework. His FRC private mobility sessions are for joint specific performance improvement, as well as treatment for soft tissue specific injuries like tendinitis, sprains, strains, dislocations, and post-surgery rehab.
Connor's hometown is Chilliwack, BC. He played minor hockey and lacrosse until junior then played out his junior years in Langley and New Westminster. He always had a fascination for lifting weights and off ice/field training. Connor is driven, passionate and dedicated. He coaches the athlete class , a new class called Sweat XO, he does personal training and small group and team training.
Paul's professional experience includes seven years as both a player and referee. Paul also has 20 years experience working as a strength and conditioning coach for numerous professional and amateur hockey players. Paul’s career as a player took him through Canadian Under 18 Program, the BCHL including the Chiefs, WHL, CIAU, RHI, and finishing playing minor Pro in Port Huron Michigan. Paul attended the University of Manitoba studying Kinesiology. After University of Manitoba Paul served as assistant coach and Strength Coach with Harvey Smyl and the Chilliwack Chiefs from 1998-2000 which included a trip to the Royal Bank Cup National Championship in Fort McMurray Alberta where the Chiefs garnered a Bronze Medal. After the Royal Bank season Paul pursued his pro officiating career. He spent 5 years working In the American Hockey League. Paul returned to Chilliwack in 2006 and worked briefly for Xceed Hockey Centre before he bought it and changed it to Xceed Training Centre. Paul later graduated from the Institute of Integrated Nutrition in 2011. Paul is currently the Strength Coach for the Chilliwack Chiefs.