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ABOUT US:

Founder:

JORDAN TAYLOR

M.Ed Coaching & Exercise Science - University of Victoria
B.Kin - University of Alberta

NCCP - Indoor Performance Coach⁣

 

Jordan, a sports kinesiologist, is the director of human performance for Goliath and founder of The Arena: Sports Performance Institute. With Goliath, he has worked with athletes all over the globe at the Olympic, professional, international, NCAA, University, and collegiate levels respectively. Jordan completed his Masters degree in Coaching and Exercise Science from the University of Victoria, and also holds an Bachelors of Kinesiology degree from the University of Alberta Augustana Campus, where he was a member of the Augustana Vikings men's volleyball team during that time.⁣

A 2x National Champion, Jordan has been coaching various levels of volleyball in Alberta since 2012. Jordan has seen his teams succeed, including winning gold in the 2022 17U National Championship, five provincial championship finals appearances, two back to back provincial championship golds, two more top 4 finishes in Division 1 Canadian National Championships, as well as having over 90% of his graduating athletes receive scholarships to play post-secondary volleyball at either the CCAA or U-Sport levels. Jordan has also been involved with Volleyball Alberta's provincial team programs, coaching on the men's side on 5 separate summer campaigns, earning 1 Canada Cup National Gold (2022), 2 National Championship silver medals (2014 & 2015), 1 National Championship bronze medal (2016), and competed in the USA High Performance Championships in Fort Lauderdale, Florida (2017). Jordan has also served as a Volleyball Alberta Provincial Team Mentor Coach.

At the post-secondary level, Jordan has coached at Macewan University, NAIT, and is now the current Head Coach of U-Sports York University Lions in Toronto, Ontario. 

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Owner & Chiropractor:
DR. KRYSTLE KREWAY

Dr. Krystle Kreway was born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta. Growing up she loved spending her time at the rink figure skating. Before completing her Bachelor's of Science degree in Kinesiology at the University of Alberta, she spent time at one of Edmonton's most highly respected sports multidisciplinary clinics. With great mentorship, she went on to study Chiropractic at Palmer West in San Jose, California. During her time in school, she studied many soft tissue techniques including : Active Release Technique, Graston & RockTape. After graduation, she spent her first years of practice working with multiple demographics. 

Dr. Krystle spends her time looking for the root of the problem and approaching care with a multifaceted approach. She believes healing is a process that requires treatment, exercise, and recovery. 

When she is not treating, you can find her in a yoga class, or out for a long run. 

Book in to see Krystle online here:

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Kinesiologist

Brit Davis

UofR Bachelor of Kinesiology - Major in Human Kinetics

Alberta Kinesiology Association & NASM-CNC Certified

 

Britt Davis is a Kinesiology Graduate from the University of Regina, majoring in Human Kinetics. Throughout her University career, she has been lucky enough to be on two different post-secondary volleyball teams. From 2016-2019, she spent 3 years playing for the Red Deer College Queens while attaining her diploma in Kinesiology & Sport Studies. After graduating from RDC, she was lucky enough to be offered to play for the University of Regina Cougars Women’s Volleyball Team. She spent her final 2 years of eligibility there, finishing up with her Bachelor of Kinesiology. 

 

On top of her own athletic career, Britt has coached Women’s Volleyball for CAQVC for u14-u16 girls, as well as in Regina for the CVC u17 team. She is currently coaching women’s volleyball at her previous high school, Bev Facey located in Sherwood Park. As well, Britt works part time as a Kinesiologist at Pivotal Physiotherapy due to her high interest in motor behaviour, biomechanics, and rehabilitation. 

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Kinesiologist

Logan Williams

Logan Williams is a Kinesiology graduate from the University of Alberta with a major in Sports Performance. Logan grew up with a passion for sports, playing elite club soccer as a youth and now he enjoys recreational sports like rock climbing, and MMA. He spent his first two years at Grant MacEwan University where he was offered a scholarship to play soccer, before transferring to the University of Alberta to complete his undergraduate degree in Kinesiology.

Logan was fortunate enough to play high level soccer growing up, and was captain of the provincial team at the U15 level as well as taking part in national team identification programs. In high school Logan was signed to the FC Edmonton Academy where he played for two years before taking on his post-secondary

studies. In addition to his sports background, Logan has experience in coaching soccer and has been involved in running youth soccer camps for FC Edmonton as well as being a volunteer coach for Southwest United Soccer Club. Having left his competitive soccer career behind a few years ago, Logan transitioned to recreational sports and developed a passion for strength and conditioning which has now led him to Goliath High Performance. His passion lies with training athletes of all ages and helping them reach their goals whether they be

performance or health based. Throughout his time working as a kinesiologist, Logan has furthered his knowledge of athlete performance and is eager to share this knowledge with you!

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"The method is simple. Maximize the bodies ability to do what it was designed to do. This is only possible by developing proper kinetic movement patterns, AND maintaining them. GHPT provides a structured training regiment by building and challenging an athlete’s individual foundation via the basic human movement patterns of: push, pull, squat, lunge, twist, hinge, and gait. Training hard is one thing, but training smart is better. At GHPT we don’t just build athletes, we build GOLIATHS."

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