HPC Trainers

Gray Ferguson BSc. Kin, MBA, CEP – Gray is the Program and Client Service Coordinator for Recreation Services at the College of Kinesiology. His academic credentials include a bachelor degree in Kinesiology, certification as a Certified Exercise Physiologist and a Masters in Business Administration. Gray has been a personal trainer with HPC for 6 years, working with the general public and high performance athletes from a wide variety of sports.  He has performed fitness testing and given health and wellness presentations to the business community, as well as performed physical fitness testing for the City of Saskatoon Police, RCMP and Canadian Military Firefighters. He is also a Strength and Conditioning Consultant for the Sport Medicine and Science Council of Saskatchewan.

Joel Dyck BSc. Kin, CSEP-CPT – Joel played on the Men's Volleyball team while studying in the College of Kinesiology, and is currently an assistant coach with the team. He aspires to be an educator and is in his 2nd year in the College of Education. His passion for teaching and coaching has led him to work with clients of various backgrounds.

Kent Sandor BSc. Kin, CSEP-CPT – Kent’s academic credentials include a bachelors degree in Kinesiology as well as being a certified Personal Trainer and certified in the Functional Movement Screen. Kent is passionate about sports ranging from hockey and football to baseball and golf. Kent believes it is important to be knowledgeable with current fitness trends and keeps up with a number of resources to learn the latest information in fitness and exercise.

Stephanie Fusnik BSc. Kin, MSc. Kin, CSEP-CEP – Stephanie completed her bachelors degree in Kinesiology in 2015 and her masters degree in 2017. has been training with HPC since 2013. Stephanie has worked with a variety of clients from individuals with chronic disease such as obesity, high blood pressure, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and cancer to high level athletes. She has performed physical fitness testing for the City of Saskatoon Police, RCMP, and firefighters. She has taught university students through course labs, and guest lectures particularly focusing on cardiovascular health and autonomics. She has a passion for teaching and helping others reach their goals whether it be health or sport related.


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