• Located in the Sunningdale Health & Wellness Centre
    1695 Wonderland Rd. North
    London, ON N6G 4W3 Map & Directions


Our Team has been actively involved in the London community for over 10 years. We believe in giving back in our community to help support positive change. If you want change, you have to promote change!

Here are some of the local events and organizations that we support or have supported:

London Junior Mustangs Football Club 
London Junior Knights Hockey Association
North London Nationals Hockey Association
Mt. Brydges Junior Hockey Association
North London Lasers Soccer Club 
London Minor Football Association
Matthews Hall 
London Waldorf School
Grosvenor Nursery School
Lord Roberts French Immersion Public School 
My Sister's Place - WOTCH 
Run for Retina
Lexus of London Golf Classic - Prostate Cancer Awareness
Comic Vision - The Foundation Fighting Blindness
London Heritage Foundation
St.Patrick's Church 
WOTCH - community mental health programs for youth
Sud Academy
Itsy - Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Founder of:

Charity Combine Challenge - we have raised just over $17,000 to date

About our Trainers:

Jordan (Billard) Valente, BHSc, CSCS

Jordan (Billard) Valente can be identified as many things – a coach, a trainer, a leader, but most significantly an entrepreneur. She hasdevoted the majority of her life to identifying opportunities in the sports industry and successfully developing these opportunities into viable businesses relying on her astuteness to detail and skill for competent, effective delivery. Her primary goal has always been to assist others in developing and maintaining a positive and healthy lifestyle. Jordan grew up with athletics in her blood and was continuously active in a number of sports including gymnastics, track and field, basketball, volleyball, cross country running, and figure skating. Her passion was to skate and at the late age of 10 she took on the sport at a competitive level in both singles and ice dance. Through her skating career, she achieved the highest standards in singles freeskate, skating skills, and ice dance. She was also named to Junior Development team for Singles. Throughout this time, Jordan became certified to teach skating and worked with local children to develop their skating skills. 

Teaching came naturally to Jordan and she knew from an early age that it was something she wanted to pursue as a lifelong career. Due to a training accident, which resulted in a severe injury, Jordan could no longer skate competitively. She turned her focus to a new sport – snowboarding – but her passion for the ice never left. This new interest in snowboarding allowed her to become certified to teach the sport and she worked for the Intrawest Corporation in both Quebec and British Columbia. Competitive sport allowed Jordan to develop strategies for time management, and effective leadership skills 

During this period, Jordan had taken an interest in fitness training and group teaching. Her mother and grandmother owned a fitness facility, and she grew in the training environment. She loved the energy and the teaching aspect of the industry, so at the age of 16, she became one of the youngest individuals in Canadian Fitness Professionals history, to become a certified Group Fitness Trainer. She taught a number of styles of group fitness, and took on an assistant management role with a local gym at the age 17 while training competitively and attending secondary school as an honour role student. This heavy load allowed Jordan to recognize the importance of goal setting and time management skills. 

Jordan continued to work both privately and corporately while attending the University of Western Ontario, where she earned a Bachelor of Health Science. During this time, she continued to develop and improve her knowledge of sport conditioning. This allowed her to modify her skills into developing a unique style of training that combines functional training, core strengthening, traditional strength training and yoga. 

Her experiences have allowed her to work and train across Canada in both the private, corporate and government sectors. Previous employers include the Bentall Corporation, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Intrawest Corporation, GoodLife Fitness Corporation, and London Knights Hockey Organization. 

Jordan's unique style of training and entrepreneurial spirit motivated her start her own company, Edge Performance Conditioning Inc. while working on her degree. Edge Performance Conditioning Inc. allowed her the freedom to work with the clientele she desired as well as the quality control that she felt was lacking with other corporate fitness companies. 

OHL London Knights Jr. A Hockey Organization - Strength & Conditoning Coach - 2005-2007

Member of the Hockey Hall of Fame with 2005 CHL Memorial Cup Champions - London Knights

Jordan has worked with over a 1300 hockey players over the last 9 years including:
Jason Williams, former Detroit Red Wing, 2003 Stanley Cup winner 
Corey Perry, Anaheim Ducks, 2007 Stanley Cup Winner 
Dennis Wideman, Florida Panthers 
Gerald Coleman, Tampa Bay Lightening Draft Pick
Rob Schremp, New York Islanders 
Brandon Prust, New York Rangers 
Bryan Rodney, Carolina Hurricanes 
Marc Methot, Columbus Blue Jackets 
Adam Dennis, Buffalo Sabre Draft Pick 
Danny Syvret, Anaheim Ducks 
David Bolland, Chicago Blackhawks, 2010 Stanley Cup Winner 
Josh Beaulieu, Philadelphia Flyers Draft Pick 
Trevor Kell, Chicago Blackhawks Draft Pick 
Sergei Kostitsyn, Nashville Predators 
Patrick Kane, Chicago Blackhawks, 2010 Stanley Cup Winner 
Steve Mason, Columbus Blue Jackets 
Daren Machesny, Washington Capitals Draft Pick 
Phil McRae, Philadelphia Flyers Draft Pick 
Sam Gagner, Edmonton Oilers 
Corey Syvret, Florida Panthers Draft Pick 
Mark Mancari, Buffalo Sabres 
Steve Bernier, Vancouver Canucks 
Nazem Kadri, Toronto Maple Leafs Draft Pick 
Kevin Montgomery, Colorado Avalanche Draft Pick 
Jared Knight, Boston Bruins Draft Pick 
Tony Dehart, New York Islanders Draft Pick


Inside Fitness Canada
Snap London
SportsXpress London
The Mom & Caregiver Magazine


Jordan Billard/ Danny Valente - Top 5 Trainers in the North American Combine360 "I WILL" Trainer Challenge - Powered by Under Armour


2002 - 2005 University of Western Ontario (London, Ontario)
Bachelor of Health Science (B.HSc.)

Highlighted Attendance:

IDEA World Fitness Convention - California, 2011
6th International Conference on Strength Training - Colorado, 2008
NSCA-OATA Human Movement Symposium - Toronto, 2008 
Global Training Symposium 2.0 - Florida, 2011
Global Training Symposium 3.0 - Florida, 2011


Certified NSCA Strength and Conditioning Specialist (2005 - 2014) 
Certified Combine360 Level 3 Trainer
Certified Can Fit Pro GFP (2000 – 2008) 
Certified Yoga Exercise Specialist (2001- 2008) 
Certified Sport Nutrition Specialist (2004 - 2008) 
Certified CASI Snowboard Instructor (2001 – 2005) 
Certified EXCELERATE Sport Strength Specialist (1) (2005) 
Certified BOSU Specialist (2004) 
Certified EXCELERATE Sport Movement Specialist (1) (2003) 
Certified B.T.S. RPM indoor cycling Instructor (2002) 
Certified First Aid & CPR (1999 – 2011)

Matt Pepe, BA

· University of British Columbia - Bachelor of Arts

Athletic Achievements:
· 2004 - 2008 - member of the Kitchener Rangers Hockey Club
· 2007 - 2008 - Captain of the Kitchener Rangers Hockey Club
· 2008 - Ontario Hockey League Champions
· 2008 - Memorial Cup Finalist
· 2007 - 2008 - Edmonton Oilers Hockey Club - attended both Rookie & Main Camps
· 2009 - 2012 - member of the University of British Columbia Mens Varsity Hockey Team
· 2009 - U.B.C. Male Rookie Athlete of the Year
· 2009 - U.B.C. Defense Man of the Year
· 2009 - member of the Team Canada - World University Games Men's Hockey Team

Matt has also spent the last 7 years coaching youth hockey and development programs in both Ontario and British Columbia.

John Murray, BSc

John is currently enrolled in a Master's of Science at The University of Western Ontario, specializing in Coaching and Exercise Physiology.
He played linebacker for the Western Mustangs Varsity Football program for the past 3 Seasons. John is an assistant to Jeff Watson, the head strength and conditioning coordinator for the Mustang Football Team and all other varsity teams at UWO. 
He works directly with all varsity teams that workout in the Bob Gage Weight Room at TD Waterhouse stadium. Teams include Men's Football, Men's Rugby, Men's and Women's Basketball, Men's and Women's Volleyball.
John has attended Strength and Conditioning Clinics at the Michigan State University and The Ohio State University. 
John would like to continue as a strength and conditioning coach while also pursuing a career involving exercise physiology or physiotherapy.

Enza Del Guercio, BA

· University of Western Ontario - BA Kinesiology

· Under 9 girls North London Soccer Coach
· Under 14 girls North London Soccer Coach
· London United Soccer Club team trainer (2009, 2010)
· Competitive soccer player for 10 years for various teams in London
· Amature OBA boxer for 5 years, and Golden Gloves fighter (2010)

I have always enjoyed playing sports and being active, even at a very young age. I started playing soccer when I was 5 years old, and have been playing ever since. As I got older, I realized how much I enjoyed weight training and learning new exercises and challenges. I also started getting into boxing and instantly loved it. I knew then that I wanted to work in the fitness indusrty and help others enjoy fitness and healthy living.

I then got my certifications, and started personal training and teaching aerobics classes at Premier Fitness in London. I soon realized that I wanted to have my own gym, and a few years later, in July 2008, I started my own business called PUNCH LIKE A GIRL Women's Boxing, Fitness and Personal Training. Punch Like A Girl is a women's only boxing club specializing in contact and non-contact Boxing classes. Punch Like A Girl also offers one on one, and small group boxing lessons. I wanted to create an enviroment where women can come and have a great workout, while building confidence, and feeling empowered!

Joel Murray, BA (2012)

· 2011 - Victoria University of Melbourne Exchange Program
· 2009 - 2012 University of Western Ontario – Honours Specialization in Kinesiology

· 2012 - Certified Agatsu Kettlebell Trainer - Level 1
· 2011 - CPTN - Certified Personal Trainer
· 2011 - Certified TRX Suspension STC Trainer

Kody Campbell, BSc, MSc Candidate

2012 - Bachelors of Science Honors Specialization in Kinesiology - Western University
Completion 2014 - Masters of Science in Kinesiology Candidate - Researching Biomechanics - interested in accelerations to football players heads after receiving an impact

2007-2012 - Western Ontario Varsity football player
- Played all 5 years for the team appearing in 31 games starting in the final 6 games of career
- Played Linebacker for the first two years then switched to Defensive line and finally played at Fullback for the final 2 years
- Top combine tester for all years as part of team
2012 - Academic All-Canadian

Student Strength and Conditioning Assistant (2010-2012)
- Assistant to Jeff Watson at the Bob Gage Weight Room at TD Waterhouse stadium
- Assisted with training of UWO's men and women's soccer, basketball, volleyball teams, men's rugby team, men's hockey and football teams

Erin Grand, MSc, BA

- Wilfrid Laurier University – Masters of Science: Kinesiology (2013)
- University of Western Ontario – Bachelor of Arts: Honors Specialization in Kinesiology, Minor Psychology (2011)

- University of Western Ontario Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach (Current)
- North London Soccer Head Coach U13 L3, L5 (Current)
- Wilfrid Laurier University Assistant Women’s Soccer Coach (2011-2012)
- North London Soccer Head Coach U11, U12, U17 Girls (2013)
- North Toronto Soccer Club Learn to Play Soccer Program (2008-2010)
- Power Soccer Coach (2007-2008)

- Ontario Soccer Association (OSA) Soccer for Life (2013)
- National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) National License (2009)
- NSCAA Mental/Physical Player Development (2014)
- NSCAA Advanced National License (2014)
- CPR First-Aid (2008-2013)
- NCCP Level 1 Coaching (2005)
- NCCP Special Olympics Canada Coaching Level 1 (2005)
- NCCP Making Ethical Decisions (2013)

- University of Western Ontario Varsity Soccer (2007-2010)
  • Ontario University Athletics All-Star (2007, 2009, 2010)
  • D. Jane Riddell Student Athlete Award (2010)
  • Peter Russell Memorial Award (2009, 2010)
  • Golden Boot (2009, 2010)
  • Most Valuable Player (2009)
  • Bob Gage Athletic Leadership Award (2009)
- University of Western Ontario Varsity Squash (2009-2011)
  • Most Valuable Player (2010-2011)
  • Ontario University Athletics Champions (2010-2011)
  • Ontario University Athletics Runner-Up (2009-2010)
- National Soccer Training Centre (2005-2006)

Clarence Buchanan, BA

2013 - Bachelor of Arts (Honours) - Western University - Double major in Criminology and Psychology
2009-2012 - Member of Western Mustangs Varsity Football Team - Started all regular and post-season games 2012 (defensive back)
2007 - OVFL Football Champions Etobicoke Eagles (Defensive Back)
2006 - Team Ontario Football Champions (Defensive Captain)
2005 -OFSSA Champion for Track and Feld 4x100 and 4x400 - Birchmount Park High School
2004- 2006 - Football MVP Birchmount Park High School (Running Back)
2013 - Defensive back coach Junior Mustangs Bantam (Fall)

James Pursell

Bachelor of Business Administration (completion 2015) - Western University

Athletic Background:

Ontario Hockey League - Rights owned by Niagara Ice Dogs Jr. A Hockey Organization (2008-2010) and the London Knights Hockey Jr. A. Hockey Organization (2011)

Minor Hockey:
2002-2006 - Elgin Middlesex Chiefs AAA Hockey Organization
2006-2007 - Chatham-Kent Cyclones AAA Hockey Organization
2007-2009 - Sarnia Jr Sting AAA Hockey Organization

2006-2008 - World Junior Golf Championships
2004-2008 - Canadian Golf Jr. National Championships Finalist

Natalie McCabe, BSc

- Illinois State University - Bachelor of Science: Majoring in Business Marketing
- Graduated with Honors
Athletic Achievements:
- Played under Geoff Painter for the North London Supernova
- Memorial Cup Finalist
- National Champions 2004 and 2006
- Team Captain
- Member of Team Ontario 2004-2006
- Trained at the National Training Centre 2007
- Attended Division I Illinois State University on four year soccer scholarship 2008-2012
- Earned two conference championships
- Earned birth in NCAA Final 64 in 2009 and 2011
- Missouri Valley Conference Scholar Athlete 2011
- Missouri Valley First Team All-Conference 2010, 2011
- Missouri Valley Defensive Player of the Year 2011
- Team Captain
- Member of the Women's North London Galaxy
- National Champions in 2012

Sandra Burns

Sandra became a certified Nia instructor in 2008. Her classes cultivate awareness through this sensory-based movement practice with playful dance, yoga and tai chi moves promoting self-healing and self acceptance, in harmony with strength, balance and flexibility.

She has been practicing a variety of yoga disciplines over the last several years. She is a graduate from the Nosara Yoga Institute. She is passionate to share these two disciplines to empower people of all shapes, sizes and ages by connecting mind, body and spirit.

“Nia taught me the freedom to move every part of my body and soul with joy. Yoga graces me with strength to live each day by being my authentic self”.

Sandra is also a Medical Lab technologist having worked in Chemistry, Hematology, Toxicology, Endocrinology and currently in Histology covering over 27 years at LHSC.

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