Michael R. McIsaac
Michael completed his undergraduate degree in Kinesiology in 2004 at Memorial University of Newfoundland, and his Master of Science degree in Kinesiology (concentrating in corrective exercise and orthopedic rehabilitation) through A.T. Still University in 2016. Michael is currently pursuing his second Master of Science degree in Human Nutrition (concentrating in functional medicine/nutrition) through the University of Bridgeport.
Michael continues to attend seminars and graduate courses in exercise science/nutrition, and holds the Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) designation, the Functional Movement Screen (FMS) certification, and the Precision Nutrition Level 1 certification; credentials nationally recognized and respected in the health and fitness industry.
Michael’s academic background and commitment to continuing education has provided him the opportunity to work in both clinical and non-clinical populations. Such skill sets have allowed Michael to help individuals presenting with an array of diseases, functional limitations and disabilities.
In Michael’s spare time, he enjoys reading (exercise science/nutrition), Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (purple belt), snowboarding, and resistance training. You can also follow Michael and East Coast Kinetics on: LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube
Rodney has been working in the Health and Fitness industry for over 10 years. Upon completing an Honors degree in Kinesiology from Memorial University of Newfoundland in 2007, Rodney acquired his Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS), Newfoundland and Labrador Certified Kinesiologist (NLCK), Functional Movement Screen (FMS), and Precision Nutrition Level 1 certifications.
Rodney has a passion for the field of strength and conditioning and nutrition. Exercise and nutritional sciences are always evolving, and Rodney continues educating himself to provide his clients with the most recent and best information. Rodney’s background and ongoing continuing education has provided him with the necessary skill sets to work with an array of individuals including athletic/weight loss/elderly populations and individuals recovering from injuries (post-rehab).
Rodney has played soccer since childhood, and continues to compete. Rodney also enjoys strength training, various sports, and spends much of his spare time studying exercise science/nutrition alongside his fellow nerd, Mike McIsaac.
BKIN (Hons.), NLCK, FMS
Andrew completed his Bachelor of Kinesiology degree (Honours/Co-operative) from Memorial University of Newfoundland in 2016, and is a Newfoundland and Labrador Certified Kinesiologist (NLCK). Additionally, Andrew is certified to administer the Functional Movement Screen.
Andrew has worked as a Kinesiologist/Personal Trainer at a local fitness facility, as well as a physiotherapy assistant in a rehabilitation clinic. Such experiences have allowed Andrew to acquire valuable insight helping clients with a diverse range of backgrounds, limitations, and goals. Andrew strives to provide a challenging, yet welcoming environment, allowing his clients to reach their potential in a safe and effective fashion.
Andrew’s passion for fitness began with a love of hockey, volleyball, and skiing. He also enjoys travelling and reading. Andrew’s primary goal is to continue exploring, designing, and implementing effective post-rehabilitation programs with a steadfast vision of optimizing his clients’ health, performance, and longevity.