Myles is the Assistant Strength Coach at Iron Performance Center. He believes strongly in the value of hard work and discipline. Myles has a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Kinesiology from Wilfrid Laurier University. Additionally, he holds his CSCS, CPPS, AASc, and Pn-1 certifications. He has been featured in Epoch Life with his article Why Everyone Should Train Like An Athlete.
Myles believes in using a variety of tools and methods throughout the training process in order to help maximize his clients’ potential. These include diving into dynamic, maximal and repeat effort styles of training across multiple disciplines, including Olympic lifting, powerlifting and bodybuilding. He believes that using these techniques in a well-rounded approach will allow his clients to feel, move, and perform optimally.
In the sporting world, Myles was a Varsity football player with the Wilfrid Laurier University Golden Hawks for 5 years, playing on the offensive line. Being a former competitor, he understands what it takes to be a successful student-athlete. As an athlete, Myles always loved and respected the process of training as much as the outcome, and he now brings the same passion to coaching. He currently serves as the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Wilfrid Laurier University Golden Hawks Men’s Rugby team.
As a student-athlete with St. Michael High School, the Niagara Spears, and Wilfrid Laurier University, Myles has had a lot of excellent coaches who made tremendous positive impacts throughout his life. Myles believes that what clients do outside the weight room is just as important as what they do inside the weight room. He hopes to continue building leaders and making positive changes in his clients’ lives. When Myles isn’t creating programs or lifting weights, he can be found coaching football, spending quality time with friends and family, or travelling.