Coach Bios

Ryan Jobs BHK - Owner/Coach/Director

Coastal Athletics is located within Coastal Fitness in Langley, B.C. (Walnut Grove).

Ryan's history with athletics has been lifelong. Culminating in a 5 year university basketball career. Understanding not only how to thrive at university athletics but how to overcome serious injury (ACL reconstruct) his perspective not only from an athlete's mind now transfers to a coaching realm where he better prepares current athletes physically and mentally for the rigours that are high level athletics. He not only believes that a stronger athlete performs better physically come game day, they stay injury free and make better decisions mentally.

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Cole Hergott CPT - Head Strength Coach/Program Director

Cole is from a small town in Saskatchewan, where he played every sport he could. His favorite being hockey. He played Junior B hockey in Northern Saskatchewan in 2013. After that season I came to BC and playing for the Trinity Western Spartans men’s hockey team for one season. Following the 2014-15 season for TWU I was asked to take on a new role with the team as a Strength and Conditioning coach. His hard work in the classroom has earned him a spot on the Dean’s List with a 4.0+ GPA. He has been interning with Spartan Athletics under Coach Andrew Heming for three years, working with all of TWU’s athletes. He also works as the strength coach for the TWU Spartans men’s and Titans women’s hockey teams. Holding his Certified Personal Trainer certification through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He is also Level 1 FMS certification through Functional Movement Systems

Cole enjoy's creating a fun and laughter filled gym. Believing training should be hard, but worth it. When his athletes look back at the work they did, he want's them to smile at how much fun it truly was, and foster a new love for training in them that lasts a lifetime.

 

 

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There is no doubt that the key to reaching the next level is investing time in strength training. There is lots of great coaching out there with opportunities to compete but what is separating those players that playing at the top level is the strength training. When done correctly it is preventing injuries, allowing players to train more often and harder, and providing an edge with explosive movements. They are jumping higher, hitting harder and moving faster. Looking for and edge? There is no doubt that is the way to go.

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