Our Oakville fitness team
Jeff spent his childhood as an athlete, playing competitive football, amongst other sports. He is a college graduate, with a long history of Coaching in gym’s from Bellville to Oakville. He is a registered Poliquin Biosig practitioner, Crossfit Barbell Coach, Crossfit Running Coach, and a former Fitness Competitor. He has personally coached numerous athletes from the amateur to the professional level, as well as Police Officers, Firefighters, and Toronto SWAT members.
"My love for sports was not the only thing that got me into this industry. When I was in high school I was nearly 300 pounds. I struggled with food addictions that were taking a toll on my life. I knew I had to make changes otherwise I was setting myself up for a long history of health problems down the road. I headed off to college for health and fitness where I was able to turn my life around. I lost 100lbs, I learned how to manage my eating, and even participated in my first fitness competition.
It hasn't been an easy road, and I think that's why clients can relate to me.
I understand what it's like to be a business owner, a father, and a husband all while trying to manage my own health. I have had plenty of ups and downs, but I've learned consistency is key, and that's what I preach to my clients.
Optimum health is not based off a quick fix, its a lifestyle. It's my mission to educate every person in our gym not only on exercise, and clean eating, but mindset as well."
Coach Jason McCullagh is the Director of Athlete Performance at Conker Fitness.
Coach McCullagh has been working with young athletes since he built the Strength and Conditioning Program for the Maverick Volleyball Club in Ottawa on 2005. While his focus was Volleyball athletes for many years, he also works with Soccer, Baseball and Hockey athletes on a regular basis.
His approach is very much keeping things simple where every exercise has a reason to be there, no ‘fluff’ Coach McCullagh’s focus on building long term relationships and development strategies with athletes and their parents will improve performance, reduce injury potential and educate athletes at every touch point.