About Fraser Lance
Becky has many other fitness courses and workshops under her belt and is always striving to learn more and keep herself up to date. Her clients have ranged from the ages of 15 – 70+ , pre & postnatal fitness, weight loss, sport specific strengthening and conditioning, and physio referrals (various injuries). She is passionate about making fitness enjoyable and encourages people to find an activity they find fun, when you have fun, achieving your goals doesn't seem as hard. Keeping that in mind don’t be fooled by her innocent sweet demeanor and smile. She’s always smiling but she can definitely put you through your paces!
Stacey's experience as a trainer and motivator is somewhat unique as she knows all too well the struggles people often face with exercise and weight loss as she herself has had a lifetime battle with obesity, weighing 300 lbs. So we can definitely say Stacey HAS WALKED THE WALK!!!
After trying and failing many times, Stacey sought the help of her doctor and her local gym in order to embark on her weight loss journey. She discovered her passion for spinning, running and ALL things fitness and within that first year melted away 100 lbs. Since 2007 Stacey has maintained a total weight loss of a whopping 175 lbs. and she hasn't looked back! Her own journey propelled her into her passion for fitness and for motivating and helping others.
- Sheridan College - SSW Gerontology
- YMCA National Fitness Education Centre Certifications:
- Personal Trainer, Group Fitness, Spinning Instructor, Aqua-Therapy, and Hydrotherapy for Older Adults
- MOSSA Group Power Certified Trainer
- Registered CanFitPro Member
- Barre Above Certification (coming soon)
- CanFitPro Healthy Eating & Weight Loss Coach (coming soon)
From the moment Shaylin was put into hockey skates at the young age of 2, she has never looked back. She played competitive hockey and soccer growing up while also joining every single school sports team she could. She was named “Junior Athlete of the year” when she was in grade 10 as she participated in everything from tennis, to basketball, to cross country, to hockey, etc. Shaylin was chosen to participate in a sports leadership camp where she developed many leadership skills that she has carried on throughout her life from being captain of her hockey team to now being a certified Spin Instructor! Apart from the sports aspect, Shaylin also got into weightlifting in her grade 12 year in the Strength and Conditioning class. This opened up her eyes to a whole other world of fitness that she loved! She continued training throughout her time at post-secondary and so on. The gym was and will always be her safe place.
Fast forward a few years later when she was dragged into a spin class at Wheelhouse Cycle. Shaylin is very competitive with herself and always strives to push her hardest and be the best at whatever she puts her mind to. When she realized that she was definitely not the best spinner there was, she decided to test herself. Since taking up spinning in March 2019, she has completed a minimum of 165 rides in the last 8 months, averaging 21 rides per month! Shaylin has developed quite the passion and drive when it comes to cycling, so much that she got her Indoor Cycling Certification to teach!
Whether you are new to training or experienced, Fraser will challenge you because he believes when you are challenged you rise up and can achieve more than you think. He will help you crush the goals that you set for yourself.
"I look forward to meeting you all and putting some bodies to work, with a smile, while you all achieve your goals." ~ Fraser Lance
Rebecca entered the world of fitness and sport at a very young age. She began doing competitive gymnastics at the tender age of 4 and power tumbling at age 7. After about 5-6 years of rigorous gymnastics training she moved toward the world of competitive team sports such as basketball, soccer, and volleyball. She trained and played several days per week (oftentimes juggling two or three different disciplines and teams per day). She was often the odd man out on her various sports teams as she, unlike the majority actually welcomed and enjoyed the conditioning and strengthening protocols.
During her high school years she earned many athletic accolades. She also had her first very brief but positive experience lifting weights and working out in an actual gym. During her time at the University of Ottawa she found a place to call home. That place was the gym, and since then she has never left. In university, she began taking certification courses to further her knowledge of the human body, how it works, and how to help people reach their full potential through training. Toward the end of her undergraduate degree she made the wild decision to compete in her first fitness competition. This decision was fueled by her drive and desire to become the best possible version of herself.
To date Rebecca has successfully competed in six fitness competitions. She was very successful in her first competition which was in 2014, placing in the top 5 and qualifying for provincials. Although she was not completely in love with the “being on stage” portion, she loved having a reason to train, a goal, a vision, and an event to showcase her hard work. In 2015 she competed on the provincial stage and placed top 5 again which qualified her for nationals. In the two and a half years that Rebecca has been weight training she has worked with and been coached by highly esteemed and experienced coaches and fitness trainers.
Near the end of 2015 Rebecca began training under the guidance of world renown coach, Jean-Jacques Barrett. She decided to take a year to rebuild her physique and polish her stage performance so that she could present a new and improved overall package on the stage in November 2016. We are extremely proud to say she did exactly that. Not only did she crack top three for the first time; she came away the proud winner of the Tier 3 Athletic Women's Physique division at the Physique Canada CoupePro Gym Competition.
Rebecca truly believes that health and wellness are more than just quantitative figures and go far beyond any scale. She looks forward to sharing her passion with you.
Fraser has been a fan of sports and athletics from a very young age. Whether he is participating in them, or watching them, he has always been attracted to the excitement of sport. He began playing soccer at the age of 5 and from there became interested in a variety of sports ranging from swimming, volleyball, badminton, running, cycling and ultimate frisbee.
At Sheridan College, where Fraser completed an Honours Bachelor of Health Sciences - Kinesiology and Health Promotion is where he discovered his love for weightlifting, strength training and conditioning. He spent much of his time outside of school work in the gym looking to become a stronger and healthier version of himself. Relating exercise with activities of daily life is an important aspect of training; whether it is as simple as walking up flights of stairs or being about to set new personal bests in squatting or deadlifting. His other qualifications and certifications include:
· National Strength and Conditioning Association - Certified Personal Trainer (NSCA-CPT)
Rebecca, owner-operator of Get Cronk’d, has an Honours Bachelor of Science with a Specialization in Human Kinetics from the University of Ottawa. She is a professional member of the Canadian Society of Physiologists (CSEP), Exercise is Medicine Canada (EIMC), Canadian Fitness Professionals (CanFitPro), and the Ontario Society for Health and Fitness. Her qualifications are as follows:
- CSEP Certified Personal Trainer
- EIMC Level One Certified
- IHP Exercise Specialist
- CanFitPro Personal Training Specialist
- CanFitPro Older Adult Specialist
- CanFitPro Children’s Fitness Coach
- CanFitPro Healthy Eating and Weight Loss Coach
- Precision Nutrition Level 1 (in progress)
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About Becky Langstaff
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From a Registered Dental Hygienist by day, to a spin instructor by night, Shaylin looks forward to helping others make the same leap she did. She wants to challenge others to constantly strive to be the best version of themselves. Her style of teaching may be different than what you’re used to, but she promises to successfully guide you into a whole other world of indoor cycling. Did someone say CHOREOGRAPHY? On a bike? Yes, you heard it right. Get ready to have some fun, work hard, and smile until your mouth hurts!! You ready?
Be your own kind of BEAUTIFUL!
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About Stacey Dickson
Becky has been physically active her entire life, since the age of 2 when she started figure skating and age 7 when she started running. She remains active with figure skating working on her Gold Freeskate and running having just completed her first half marathon back in May of 2016 with a time of 1:55. She is very self motivated and is driven to pursue her goals as well as yours. She has always been interested in fitness and helping people achieve their goals, whether it be coming back from an injury, losing weight or trying to improve their fitness level. She worked 6 years with Vitality Fitness upon graduating with a diploma from the Fitness and Health Promotion program at St. Lawrence College in Kingston. She went on to take holistic nutrition at the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition in Ottawa receiving her Registered Holistic Nutritionist title. Her other qualifications and certifications include:
· Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology – Certified Personal Trainer (CSEP-CPT)
· CanFitPro Fitness instructor specialist
· TRX Suspension Certification
· HeartWise Exercise Certification
· Exercise and Pregnancy Certification
Stacey says it's very important to her to be an integral part of a cohesive team in order to feed her hunger for wellness, fitness and helping others. Stacey is very active in the community as she is the founder of the Kemptville Learn to Run Program, a board member of the KDCA Kemptville District Community Association, and the volunteer trainer for the Kemptville Minor Football League.
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