20/20/20


This class is taught by:

Christine Laprairie

Education & Credentials
Bachelor of Kinesiology, Human Kinetics – University of Regina
N.C.C.P.T. – Certificate of Personal Training
NCCP Skate Canada Professional Coach
 
About Christine
Christine was born and raised in Regina. She first stepped on the ice at the age of four and fell in love with figure skating. Throughout her figure skating career Christine obtained her Gold level Freeskate, Skills and Interpretive tests, won provincial medals at the Sectional and StarSkate level, and competed at the Skate Canada National Challenge. To enhance her figure skating, Christine studied Ballet and completed the Royal Academy of Dance Grade 1-8 exams and Intermediate Vocational exam. She also trained at Level 10 and saw the value that the training brought to her competitive sport. This inspired Christine to obtain her Kinesiology degree and complete her fieldwork at Level 10, all while coaching figure skating at Skate Regina. Coaching and working at Level 10 has provided her with the knowledge on how to break down and correct movement patterns and motivate her clients. Christine enjoys working with a wide variety of individuals and is very passionate about helping every person achieve his or her fitness goals in addition to maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

Preston Scott

Education & Credentials
University of Regina, Bachelor of Kinesiology, Human Kinetics major
NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
CSEP Certified Personal Trainer
 
About Preston
Preston currently resides in Lumsden, but has lived in a couple small towns while growing up. There, he played every sport that could fit his schedule including, volleyball, basketball, football, soccer, lacrosse, baseball, ultimate frisbee, and track and field. While in Lumsden he was successful at the provincial level, earning a bronze and two gold medals in basketball and football. He had several tryouts for junior football as well as CIS, however another concussion on an already long list of injuries kept him out of contact sports. This, as well as his history in the weight room, helped guide him to a Kinesiology degree, as he wants to help athletes play at their best level but more importantly being able to do that injury-free. He has been an athletic trainer with the U of R Rams for the last couple years and is starting to work with the track team now as well. His involvement in ultimate helped get the U of R Cougars teams a solid foundation in the school. His passion for helping people is with him everywhere he goes, and he enjoys giving people the tools they need to live a better, healthier life.

Chelsea Ziolkowski

Education & Credentials
Bachelor of Kinesiology, Human Kinetics & Health Promotion - University of Regina
Certified Personal Trainer, CanFit Pro
 
Special Interests
Volleyball, Boxing, Golf, Hockey, General population to elite athletes
 
About Chelsea
Growing up in Weyburn, Saskatchewan, Chelsea was involved in many different sports. She especially took an interest in hockey, volleyball, golf and softball. She went on to play CIS volleyball for the University of Regina Cougars and competed at the National Championship in the 2014 season. She continues to play competitive volleyball, as well as enters Amateur golf tournaments when time permits. Chelsea especially enjoys training general population and elite athletes and teaching spin and boxing fitness classes. Chelsea's passion is in assisting her clients reach their fitness goals and helping them push to achieve a strong and healthy lifestyle. Currently Chelsea is working towards a TSAC certification. She has a keen interest in physically training the military, fire and rescue, law enforcement, protective services, and other emergency personnel to improve performance, promote wellness, and decrease injury risk.

Nick Doulias

Education & Credentials
Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy-University of Saskatchewan
Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA)
 
About Nick
Nick is excited to be back at Level 10 where his passion for training and coaching began back in 2003. He has always enjoyed many sports and was a past provincial badminton champion and competed at nationals as well. Nick took up an interest in endurance sports after beginning training at Level 10 and has completed multiple Half Ironmans and 3 Ironman triathlons. In 2014 his fitness journey resulted in competing in INBF and IDFA natural bodybuilding competitions, winning the life transformation challenge at the IDFA competition. He is currently training to compete in his first Strongman competition in summer of 2017. Over the years Nick has enjoyed coaching people in a variety of things including endurance sports, strength training and nutrition. Having gone through the process himself, Nick has a keen interest in inspiring people to change their lives through hard work, perseverance, and most of all by allowing yourself to DREAM BIG.

A total body strength and conditioning blast. 20 minutes of heart-pounding spinning followed by 20 minutes of circuit training with a variety of sequences and equipment. Finishing off with 20 minutes of core work & stretching to complete a fun workout effective for all fitness levels. Guaranteed not to get bored in this class.


Upcoming classes:

  • Mon Nov 20 10:15 am - 11:15 am with Christine Laprairie
  • Mon Nov 20 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm with Preston Scott
  • Wed Nov 22 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm with Chelsea Ziolkowski
  • Fri Nov 24 10:15 am - 11:15 am with Christine Laprairie
  • Mon Nov 27 10:15 am - 11:15 am with Christine Laprairie
  • Mon Nov 27 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm with Preston Scott
  • Wed Nov 29 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm with Chelsea Ziolkowski
  • Fri Dec 01 10:15 am - 11:15 am with Christine Laprairie
  • Mon Dec 04 10:15 am - 11:15 am with Christine Laprairie
  • Mon Dec 04 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm with Nick Doulias
  • Wed Dec 06 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm with Chelsea Ziolkowski
  • Fri Dec 08 10:15 am - 11:15 am with Christine Laprairie
  • Mon Dec 11 10:15 am - 11:15 am with Christine Laprairie