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Meet Our Athlete - Emma Creasy

My name is Emma Creasy, and I was born July 30, 2002 and have called Brandon, Manitoba home ever since.  I am currently in grade 11 at Neelin.  I used to ride horses competitively but ended riding two years ago.  Now I love to hike and ski, and I enjoy photography.  I hope to see more improvements as I progress with Outperforme.

Outperforme Athletics (OPA) - How long has training been an important part of your life?

Emma (E) - Training has been important to me since I was about 14, when I was very competitive with my horses.


OPA - How long have you been training with Outperforme Athletics?

E - I have been training with Outperforme for about a year now. I saw the progress my brother made with Matt.  I started out once a week.  Now I train twice a week.  With spares at school and acquiring my drivers licence I am hoping to add one or two more times a week next semester.  

OPA – We love having you around the gym, the more often the better!


OPA - Do you have any specific long-term athletic and training goals?

E - My long-term goals are to keep myself fit and active and to be comfortable with myself. I would also like to ski the Alps someday.

OPA – Skiing the Alps sounds like a cool bucket list item!


OPA - What is your most memorable accomplishment since joining Outperforme?

E - My most memorable accomplishment has to be hiking the Grand Canyon.  It was a bucket list trip of a lifetime.


OPA - What is your favourite exercise and why?

E - I love doing medicine ball slams.  I always feel adrenaline rushing through me and it makes me want to slam it harder.

OPA – You’re good at them too!


OPA - What is your least favourite exercise and why?

E - My least favorite is Mountain Climbers.  I know they are helping but they are painful and use a lot of my energy.


OPA - What is your favourite song to listen to before working out or competition? 

E - My favorite songs right now would be Next To Me by Imagine Dragons, Pull The Trigger by Russ, and Welcome To The Party by Diplo, French Montana, and Lil Pump.


OPA - How do you describe the concept of the Outperforme Family to someone who hasn’t trained here before?

E - Just like it sounds, like a family.  Whenever I am working out, I can talk to anyone there if I need any help. I had very high anxiety when I started. Maddie made me feel very special and took the extra time to talk me through what I was dealing with.  She suggested starting my workouts in the basement, so my nervousness wasn’t peaking.  I no longer have any struggles with being there and I can workout with out stress.  The trainers take the time to assess each clients’ needs and adjust to them.  

OPA – We love this, Emma. You have truly come such a long way since you started with us. Not only have you gained confidence in yourself and your abilities, but you have become stronger, faster and developed a great desire to continue improving in the gym.


OPA - What is something you have learned since joining the Outperforme Family?

E - I have learned that it is okay to come and start working out wherever you are in your life.  No one is there to judge you.  Outperforme just wants to see you improve.

OPA – This is great, everyone has to start somewhere. And you’re right, Outperforme is a judgement free zone and there’s nothing we love more than seeing our athletes improve!  


OPA - What is your most memorable Outperforme Training moment?

E - When I dead lifted 100lbs.  It made me realize I can actually do this!!

OPA – Yes, you can do it!!


OPA - Who is your favourite Outperforme Athlete to train with and why?

E - Maddie is my favorite.  She makes me feel like I am her favorite client and like she is really happy to see me each week.  It makes showing up that much easier.

OPA – I am always happy to see you, you brighten my day!


OPA - Do you have a favourite post-training meal or smoothie?

E - My favorite post-training smoothie would be the Pomegranate Smoothie from Booster Juice.


OPA - If you could meet any celebrity alive or dead. Which one would it be and why?

E - I love food channels, so I would love to meet Gordan Ramsey.  I would love to see him in action.


OPA - What is your favourite book and why would you recommend it to others?

E - My favorite book would have to be Love Her Wild by Atticus. It is a book of poetry. I enjoyed it as it helped me to improve my personal life.


OPA - What are you currently reading?

E - I am currently reading 13 Reasons Why.  I think a book or movie that gets your brain thinking is a good thing.

Posted 75 weeks ago

Meet Our Athlete – Kim Gradwell

Kim hails from Brandon, Manitoba and is currently a Trail Runner. She is a great person to work. Matt is very excited to see how far she has come in the way she moves, her hard work to build strength, and improving her mobility has made such a difference and has transferred over to her running. She is a testament to what hard work and trusting the process can do. Matt looks forward to continue watching her improve and reach her trail running goals!

Outperforme Athletics (OPA) - How long has training been an important part of your life?  

Kim (K) - This could be a very long answer so I’ll try and summarize in a few words.  I’ve trained pretty much my whole life.  I would consider the starting point to be joining the Brandon Sundowners Track Club in 1972 when I was 12.   I was a young girl who loved to run.  Fast forward 46 years, and I’ve done all kinds of road races, 15 years of triathlons and in 2014 took up trail running.  I started out doing a couple of 20 to 25km events and moved up to 50km events. The young girl inside me who loves to run lives on…no one told her to stop running!

OPA - How long have you been training with Outperforme Athletics?

K - I started training at Outperforme in October, 2017.

OPA - Do you have any specific long-term athletic and training goals?

K - I want to stay strong and healthy as long as possible. I never thought I’d be doing some of the events that I’ve done in the past couple of years.  In 2019, I plan on doing some more trail ultras around the 42 to 50km distances…beyond that I dream of doing a 100miler someday.

OPA - What is your most memorable accomplishment since joining Outperforme?  

K - In 2018, I managed to finish 3 – 50km trail runs in a 6 week period. The 3rd run in that 6 weeks took place in the mountains of Wyoming.  I then pulled off a 4th run in September at marathon distance on a trail – a tough course along Lake Superior in Minnesota. I’m not fast, but I’m steady – like the proverbial tortoise.

OPA - What is your favourite exercise and why?  

K - Lately, I’ve been enjoying doing the agility exercises. I’m noticing a big difference in my ability to navigate technical trails.

OPA - What is your least favourite exercise and why?  

K - Fire hydrant – ouch.

OPA - What is your favourite song to listen to before working out or competition? 

K - Anything by the Black Keys, but if I hear Chariots of Fire played at the start line, I’ll cry.

OPA - How do you describe the concept of the Outperforme Family to someone who hasn’t trained here before?  

K - I tell friends I run with that the staff at Outperforme are uniquely qualified to coach athletes due to their educational backgrounds and specialized training.  The training facility is a friendly and welcoming environment and for me, I love seeing the young athletes there training to become the best they can be in their chosen sports.  

OPA - What is something you have learned since joining the Outperforme Family?

K - You need to seek information from people who are qualified and specialists in what they do.  I have made mistakes over the years thinking I could solve my own training issues and injuries on my own.  This simply was not the case and more often than not, I made things worse for myself.

OPA - What is your most memorable Outperforme Training moment?

K - Matt noticing the progression of my fitness.  I feel stronger, but it has been a somewhat gradual process over the past year.  To have someone else validate the progression is an amazing feeling and very encouraging.

OPA - Do you have a favourite post-training meal or smoothie?

K - Not really – after 5 or 6 hours of running, I’ll eat anything…cold pizza is a favourite though if I have any in the fridge.


Posted 80 weeks ago

Meet Our Athlete – Erin Doherty

Outperforme Athletics (OPA) - How long has training been an important part of your life?

Erin (E) - Training has been important to me since about grade 9, once I started playing varsity sports, so for about 5 years now.

OPA - How long have you been training with Outperforme Athletics?

E - This will be my second year training with Outperforme through Assiniboine Community College.

OPA - Do you have any specific long-term athletic and training goals?

E - Some of my goals are just to continue playing sports, even after college I would like to play at the most competitive levels I can.

OPA - What is your most memorable accomplishment since joining Outperforme?
E - Since training with Outperforme our ACC hockey team made it to nationals in Columbus Ohio, this is for sure a memorable experience.

Britt (B) – You all worked really hard to get there. I hope I can help you achieve the same goal this season!  

 

OPA - What is your favourite exercise?

E - My favorite exercise is anything to do with the agility ladder, I like it because there’s so many different things you can do with it whether it’s for speed or strength training.

B – Perfect, I’m sure you will see a lot of it again this year J.

 

OPA - What is your least favourite exercise?

E - My least favorite exercise would have to be clock push ups because it hurts my wrists to land on them.

 

OPA - What is your favourite song to listen to before working out or competition? 

E - A song that I like to listen to before working out is Youngblood by 5 seconds of summer.

OPA - How do you describe the concept of the Outperforme Family to someone who hasn’t trained here before?

E - I would say that Outperforme is a very tight group, they work with a lot of different athletes and teams and they are able to form great relationships with everyone at the same time they better you as an athlete at the same time while having fun with it all, it’s a great atmosphere. 

OPA - What is something you have learned since joining the Outperforme Family?

E - Something I have learned from Outperforme is that there is a lot more than just lifting weights and doing cardio for training, and there are things you can do to make it more fun to train.

OPA – What is your most memorable Outperforme moment?

E - The most memorable Outperforme training moment was when we found out Brittany was having another baby!

OPA - Who is your favourite Outperforme Athlete to train with and why?

E - I love working out with all the girls on my soccer and hockey team, I love working out with the girls because it motivates me but we’re able to still make jokes and have fun at the same time.

B – I have really enjoyed being able to work with both groups of athletes. You all show up ready to work hard and try new things, which makes my job easy!

 

OPA - Do you have a favourite post-training meal or smoothie?

E – After a workout I love having a fruit smoothie, and an apple with peanut butter.

OPA - If you could meet any celebrity alive or dead. Which one would it be and why?

E - if I could meet Mark McMorris I definitely would, I think he is a great athlete and has been through a lot to get to where he is and he has so much determination and drive, I think he’d be a great athlete to meet.


Posted 84 weeks ago

Lunch Rush – Introduction to Strength & Conditioning

The Outperforme Lunch Rush is coming to Brandon! Have you had trouble finding time for your workouts? Having trouble motivating yourself to get in the gym for every workout? Do you want to start a workout group with your co-workers? Or do you want to motivate yourself and others around you in a different group format? We have the answer for you!

How does it work? Registration is open right now with our first class happening November 1. The class will be offered every Wednesday and Friday from 12:10-12:50pm. In order to get the best results, we are selling the packages as two times per week at $12 per session.

Who is this for? This is for anyone that needs extra motivation! We understand it is very hard to find a time to workout so we are hoping this will be able great way to keep you motivated & excited to be more active!

The best part is you are in and out of the gym quickly during the lunch hour with showers available on site.

To join the class, please contact Maddie at admin@outperforme.com.


Posted 84 weeks ago

Meet Our Athlete – Tate Popple

I’m Tate Popple I am born and raised in Brandon. I enjoy hockey golf and baseball. I just graduated from Vincent Massey in June. I want to play hockey as long as I can then eventually either be a clinical psychologist or an x-ray technician 

Outperforme Athletics (OPA) - How long has training been an important part of your life?

Tate (T) - Probably around 4 years

OPA - How long have you been training with Outperforme Athletics?

T - Just finished my 4th summer with them

OPA - Do you have any specific long-term athletic and training goals?

T - Sign a pro contract or play university hockey

OPA - What is your most memorable accomplishment since joining Outperforme?
T - Playing in the whl 

OPA – Been a blast watching you improve from year to year through bantam and midget in Brandon to your first and second year in the dub.

OPA - What is your favourite exercise?

T - Trx body saws

OPA – You’re absolutely in the minority for this one

OPA - What is your least favourite exercise?

T - Keiser core twists 

OPA - What is your favourite song to listen to before working out or competition? 

T - Summer on you by PRETTYMUCH (bonfire remix)

OPA - How do you describe the concept of the Outperforme Family to someone who hasn’t trained here before?

T - It’s pretty cool because everyone knows each other and people push each other to be better so I like that a lot. It’s also a great environment for just hanging out, there are a lot of awesome people who work and workout there. It’s definitely a place I like to be during the summer.

OPA - What is something you have learned since joining the Outperforme Family?

T - I have learned that there’s a lot of hard work that goes into being successful and becoming not only a good athlete but a good person. For me there are a lot of mentors at Outperforme so I have learnt a lot while being there.            

OPA – As you’ve gotten older you’ve become one of the role models and a teacher at Outperforme as well!

OPA – What is your most memorable Outperforme moment?

T - My most memorable moment at Outperforme was ripping 2 parachutes in 2 track sessions at linden lanes… Brett was pretty upset 

OPA – Yeah, he was…

OPA - Who is your favourite Outperforme Athlete to train with and why?

T - Lynden McCallum just because we are good friends we push each other to be better everyday and have a lot of laughs while doing it. 

OPA - Do you have a favourite post-training meal or smoothie?

T – I enjoy a breakfast sandwich and a strawberry banana smoothie with some peanut butter and granola 

OPA - If you could meet any celebrity alive or dead. Which one would it be and why?

T - Collin Kaepernick because he is inspiring and a great model for everyone around the world. 

OPA - What if your favourite movie and why?

T - The brothers grimsby because it’s a great if you wanna have a laugh!


Posted 87 weeks ago

In-Season Training

The athletic season is broadly cut into three parts called the microcycle (what you do on a daily basis), the mesocycle (what you are doing for 2 to 6 weeks depending on your athletic needs), and finally the macrocycle (the entire 52 weeks out of the year).  You then can look at your macro cycle and break it down into preparation phase which would be the biggest volume of training and take up the most time, the competition phase which would be the finalizing all you have built up to, and then the transition phase would be resting/maintaining what you currently have. You may go through the preparation, competition, and transition phase a few times throughout the year.

Picture this, you have been preparing for the upcoming event for the entire year.  It may be the play-offs, a weekend competition, or a single qualifying meet. In preparation for this event, you do nothing.  You read that right, nothing.  That was what I was told when I was younger.  We trained all year both on and off the ice and play-offs came and we did nothing.  Nowadays, this has changed and if it hasn’t as of yet, it should.  I will tell you why.

The two major reasons why training up to and during the competitive season are injury prevention and maintenance.  Using low impact exercises with specific movement patters allows the overused muscles to be continually stretched.  Also, if you are currently training and have gone through the preparation phase, you do not want to lose your current strength & conditioning state.  You need to take care of your body in the gym to allow for your body to play at it’s best and if you stop with no notice, your body with react in a negative manner.

What are some of the things you can when competition season hits?  You can start by lowering the volume.  Strength and conditioning programs have two variables that directly correlate with each other, volume and intensity.  In the preparation phase, the volume is higher while the intensity is lower.  As you start to progress through the season, the volume will lower as the intensity heightens.  Don’t you want to peak when it is most important?  I sure would!  Therefore, the workout sessions shorten, but the intensity stays relatively the same.

What about the physical and mental pains from training so hard for so long?  Active recovery is vital at this time of the year.  Meaning on your days off, you need to get your body moving so it can regenerate.  The goal is to the get the body moving enough to get the blood moving and help reduce residual fatigue in the muscles.  Ways of doing this are Joga, a bike ride with purposeful static stretching/breathing after, or even a walk around town.  Just remember to keep the intensity low, remain on a flat surface, and make sure it is actually relaxing.  You need the mental break as well!

My hope is for you to peak at the right time when it matters and for you to be able to sustain it all season long!  Good luck to everyone that is in the “competition” phase both on and off court, curling rink, field, gymnasium, ice surface or whenever else our athletes are currently competing.

Outperforme Athletics is proud to educate our surrounding communities and share our knowledge base.  Please feel free to contact me with any comments, questions, or suggestions for future articles at jon@outperforme.com.



Posted 91 weeks ago

Meet Our Athlete – Zach Whitecloud

Outperforme Athletics (OPA) - How long has training been an important part of your life?

Zach (Z) - Training has been important in my life since 17-18 years old honestly. I was off and on at Outperforme at the old location but my love for strength and mobility training didn’t kick in until my first summer of crossfit before my first year of AAA midget hockey in Brandon.

OPA - How long have you been training with Outperforme Athletics?

Z - I’ve been with Outperforme for 4-5 years

OPA - Do you have any specific long-term athletic and training goals?

Z - Honestly; I strive every day to be better than I was yesterday, otherwise you’re not doing all the things possible in efforts to master your craft. I want to play in the NHL for as long as I can, then afterwards I would like to become a certified strength and conditioning coach and help young athletes like myself, become better than they were yesterday.

OPA - You would be a great mentor for young athletes, keep us in mind when job hunting!

OPA - What is your most memorable accomplishment since joining Outperforme?
Z - Playing in my first NHL game for sure, it’s what you’ve dreamt of as a kid, then you actually get to do it, irreplaceable feeling.

OPA - You look good in the gold!

OPA - What is your favourite exercise and why?

Z - I’m a big trap bar deadlift guy, followed by some sort of max effort distance or height jump / explosive movement. I like moving big weight, but moving it efficiently and feeling the benefits of moving it right after gets me fired up.

OPA - What is your least favourite exercise and why?

Z - Probably bench press, sure it looks good for the beach, but I’m a hockey player not a body builder, and I outright suck at it.

OPA - What is your favourite song to listen to before working out or competition? 

Z - 2 Vaults by Tee Grizzley or Body by loud luxury

OPA - How do you describe the concept of the Outperforme Family to someone who hasn’t trained here before?

Z - Everyone’s here for the same thing, to be better than they were when they came in here. Nobody judges or excludes you for age, level, or anything, you come in and do your work and work 110%, the environment allows for that and makes it fun to be training.

OPA - You and the other hockey guys are a big reason for helping make everyone feel comfortable!

OPA - What is something you have learned since joining the Outperforme Family?

Z - The harder and more focused I train, the luckier I get (emoji guy with sunglasses)                              

OPA - Who is your favourite Outperforme Athlete to train with and why?

Z - Anyone that works 110% and pushes me to my limits, those are the kinds of people that make the training process fun.

OPA - Do you have a favourite post-training meal or smoothie?

Z - I always like to go with a chicken breast, sweet potato or brown rice, and lots of mixed veggies with salad, goat cheese, mixed nuts and some fruit!

OPA - If you could meet any celebrity alive or dead. Which one would it be and why?

Z - Bobby Orr forsure, the guy revolutionized the defensive position and changed the way people viewed that position.

OPA - What is your favourite book and why would you recommend it to others?

Z - Jordin Tootoo’s book hands down. It shows that no matter how deep you are in life, good or bad, there’s a way and you just have to dig deep and find it.

OPA - What are you currently reading?

Z - Left college this year so the only thing I’ve read are my text messages

OPA - What if your favourite movie and why?

Z - The new avengers movie, just an all round great flick

OPA - Favourite YouTube video of all time.

Z - Videos of Erik Karlsson exposing guys all over the ice hahaha

OPA - That could be you one day (no laughing)!


Posted 93 weeks ago

Meet Our Athlete - Leslie Bone

Leslie is a great example that with hard work and consistency good things happen. One of Leslie’s goals was to increase his vertical. As a result of his hard work he added 4 inches to his jump. On top of that he has greatly increased his overall strength and conditioning as well. I always look forward to working with Leslie and excited to keep seeing him achieve goals and reach new PRs. 

Super pumped to have Leslie as athlete of the month, he’s has worked hard and seen great results due to it. 

Birth place: Shoal Lake, MB

Birth date: June 3rd, 1982

High School: Erickson Collegiate, Erickson MB

Post-Secondary: Brandon University, current student.

Sports: Volleyball, hockey, golf, paintball, baseball.

Outperforme Athletics (OPA) - How long has training been an important part of your life?

Leslie (L) - Most of my life, as I played many sports all year round, but I needed some help to get to the next level.

OPA - How long have you been training with Outperforme Athletics?

L - Joined January 2018.

OPA - Do you have any specific long-term athletic and training goals?

L - Increase overall strength and cardio, vertical leap was something specific. Reach a 10 foot basketball net.

OPA - What is your most memorable accomplishment since joining Outperforme?

L - Seeing and feeling steady increases in strength.

OPA - What is your favourite exercise and why?

L - Squats and anything that works the quads is what I like.

OPA - What is your least favourite exercise and why?

L - Chin-ups/pull-ups, I have noodle arms.

OPA - What is your favourite song to listen to before working out or competition? 

L - I usually have it tuned to Shade 45 on Sirius XM, anything on there is my ride to the gym prep.

OPA - How do you describe the concept of the Outperforme Family to someone who hasn’t trained here before?

L - Trainers and athletes who are there to better themselves for reasons of their own, welcoming, knowledgeable and supportive.

OPA - What is something you have learned since joining the Outperforme Family?

L - It’s a process that takes time.

OPA - What is your most memorable Outperforme Training moment?

L - The first time Matt had me do high intensity exercises. I will admit I was very mad at Matt but only because I was tired and the work-out really drained me. But it was all good.


OPA - Who is your favourite Outperforme Athlete to train with and why?

L - My trainer Matt, he just a cool guy.

OPA - Do you have a favourite post-training meal or smoothie?

L - Protein shake, and then chicken caesar salad.

OPA - If you could meet any celebrity alive or dead. Which one would it be and why?

L - Luke Skywalker, and I don’t mean the actor who portrayed him in the movies, the real Jedi Luke Skywalker.

OPA - What is your favourite book and why would you recommend it to others?

L - Dune by Frank Herbert, it’s a sci-fi novel of the future, about planets rather than castles. You have to use your imagination to believe this one, but the human element is there from the history we already made.

OPA - What are you currently reading?

L - Legal Principles text book L

OPA -What if your favourite movie and why?

L - Terminator 2: Judgement Day, that liquid metal guy and time travel.

OPA - Favourite YouTube video of all time.

L - Those youtube videos of cats that look at you then push things off the table with their paw.


Posted 103 weeks ago

Mini Outperforme 2018

 

Are you looking for your child to be more active this summer while learning the importance of long term athletic development?  We have the answer for you! This summer, Outperforme will teaching the fundamentals of strength and conditioning in a developmentally appropriate manner.

Outperforme Athletics is proud to announce that we will be introducing strength and conditioning to younger age groups!  For the months of June through August, we will be having outdoor dry land sessions for the “learn to train” age group in the long term athletic development model.  The program will be for ages 9-12 for males and 8-11 for females with a maximum of four athletes per group.  The 12-week program will fittingly be called – Mini Outperforme!

The weekly session will be focusing on proper neuromuscular dynamic warm-ups, functional movements & movement mechanics, foot work, aerobic base, forward and lateral eccentric strength, functional strength, reaction time, transition from load to ground reaction, and many more strength & conditioning elements!

Mini Outperforme Information

Brandon

·      Block 1 – June 4th to July 9th (6 weeks)

·      Block 2 – July 16th to August 27th (7 weeks)

Souris

·      Block 1 – April 30 to June 25th (9 weeks)

·      Block 2 – July 2nd to August 27th ( 9 weeks)

If you are interested in your daughter/son starting this program, please contact us at admin@outperforme.com.  If you wish to inquire about any of the programs or what Outperforme has to offer, please contact Outperforme at the email above or through any of our social media outlets mentioned below. Outperforme looks forward to helping you achieve all of your fitness goals this summer!

Dream. Believe. Train. Achieve.

•    Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/outperformeathletics/

•    Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/outperforme_athletics/

•    Twitter - https://twitter.com/outperforme


Posted 106 weeks ago

Meet Our Athlete – Brayden Michalchuk

Brayden was born in Calgary, AB on April 20th, 2002.  He moved to Brandon, Manitoba in 2014. Brayden is played his last season with the AAA Midget Brandon Wheat Kings and attends High School at Vincent Massey.  During the off-season, Brayden enjoys golfing, fishing, wakeboarding, and spending time at the lake.

How long has training been an important part of your life?

Brayden (B) - When I moved to Brandon about 4 years ago, I was looking for a place to train. Feedback came to me from my friends that Outperforme was the place to be. For me training is really important to improve yourself for the goals you have planned ahead.

 

How long have you been training with Outperforme Athletics?

B - I joined Outperforme 4 years ago when I moved to Brandon.

 

Do you have any specific long-term athletic and training goals?

B - I would like to improve my strength and speed for the upcoming season. I have also been working on my core strength to improve my puck protection. My goal is to achieve a pro level of hockey and working with Outperforme has been a great place to improve my game for making this goal possible.

Outperforme (O) – A fantastic goal. We’re proud you chose us to help us reach your goal.

 

What is your most memorable accomplishment since joining Outperforme?

B - My most memorable accomplishment since joining Outperforme would be competing in the Quebec International Peewee Tournament. Not only did I compete but my team made it to the finals. It was the experience of a lifetime and I will always remember it.  

 

What is your favourite exercise and why?

B - Paul has designed programs for me with a variety of exercises that are perfect for my training goals but if I had to pick a favorite exercise it would be Bench Press. I have always liked Bench Press because it is a great exercise for your upper body strength and I love to see my progress in weight on the bar.

O – Dip bar holds are a clear favorite.

 

What is your least favourite exercise and why?

B - I like all the exercises Paul gives me but the core exercises are always a challenge to me. Although they are hard in the end I love seeing my progress.

 

What is your favourite song to listen to before working out or competition?

B - The greatest by Sia.

How do you describe the concept of the Outperforme Family to someone who hasn’t trained here before?

B - Outperforme has put a smile on my face from the first day I walked through the door. It’s a community that accepts all and is determined to help you strive for your goals. All the trainers and staff put in hard work and hours for you and to me that’s pretty special.

O – We are very lucky to work with likeminded individuals such as yourself. The hard work and determination makes our job incredibly easy.

 

What is something you have learned since joining the Outperforme Family?

B - Not only have I learned that the Outperforme community is great place to train, but the other athletes there are some of the most talented and determined people I have ever seen. It really speaks for what Outperforme is about and how they can get you to that next level.  

 

What is your most memorable Outperforme Training moment?

B - My most memorable training moment would be playing in the annual Butter’s Cup. It was a great experience for me being with all the athletes that train at Outperforme.

O – Hopefully you have better luck this year.

 

Who is your favourite Outperforme Athlete to train with and why?

B - My favorite athlete to train with is Calder Anderson. Calder has been my best friend since I moved to Brandon. I have been doing my training sessions with Calder basically since I started here at Outperforme and it really has been a pleasure to work with such a hard working athlete like Calder.  

 

Do you have a favourite post-training meal or smoothie?

B - Biosteel Shakes


Posted 108 weeks ago