Jeff Osadec, MKin CEP CSCS, has been a sports physiologist/strength and conditioning coach for the past 15 years working with athletes from development level to national and professional. Jeff holds degrees in General Studies (’00) and Education (’02) from Brandon University, Exercise and Sport Science (’05) from the University of Manitoba, and a Masters in Kinesiology (’09) from the University of Calgary. He is currently living in Calgary where he worked at the Canadian Sport Institute since 2011 as a strength coach and sports physiologist. During his time there, Jeff has worked with Hockey Canada (8 yrs) where he was assistant strength coach to the women’s gold medal team in the 2014 Olympic Games. He has also worked closely with Water Polo Canada (7 yrs) and Cross Country Canada (4 yrs) as both strength coach and as team physiologist. Recently, he was the lead physiologist and strength coach for the Olympic Oval Development program and assistant physiologist with Speed Skating Canada. Jeff is certified as a physiologist from the Canadian Society for Exercise Physiology and as a strength and conditioning coach through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.