Teen Personal Training in Vancouver & Port Coquitlam
We believe that health is directly related to teen's development.
Function Health Club provides teens with personal training in Vancouver and Port Coquitlam. Our programs make health and fitness easy, fun and attainable for everyone.
Our approachable, friendly environment will motivate teens to take their health seriously while enjoying getting fit in the process. Our dedicated team of coaches who specializes in teen personal training in Vancouver and Port Coquitlam are trained to help teens with their goals, whether it’s losing weight, building muscle or improving athletic performance.
Many young teens are interested in the gym or looking to improve their fitness for sport, but don’t know where to start! Youth programs are “too young” for them and adult programs are more often than not, intimidating.
Our team of coaches who are dedicated to teen personal training pride themselves in teaching and guiding teens to give them the confidence and knowledge to safely build strength and improve their conditioning to support their goals. Having additional adult mentors to help guide our youth can be so beneficial and our programs are designed to support teens on their journey.
We offer 30 mins and 1 hr training sessions that can be done individually or in pairs. Contact us for more information on how to get started!
Meet our Team Dedicated To Teen Personal Training in Vancouver & Port Coquitlam
Meet our team of certified personal trainers
BKin focus in Pedagogy, Neuro Performance Specialist, FMS, CF-L1, CF-L2, CF-E
Studied/Completed the following courses/certifications:
Z-Health R-Phase – Movement Reeducation Specialist
Ido Portal Movement Corset Workshop
Z Health Essentials
Soft Tissue Release Therapy
2019 Top Trainer in Canada Award by IMPACT Magazine
2018 Nominated as one of the Top Trainers in Canada by IMPACT Magazine
My Coaching Philosophy:
To empower people to do that which they once thought impossible so that they become inspired and spread that deeper understanding of self-capability to every aspect of their life.
*Morgan works with clients through ONLINE and IN PERSON coaching. His schedule fills up fast so click here to book in today!
How did I get into coaching:
Growing up, sports were a main stay for me. I played everything from soccer, lacrosse, volleyball, basketball and a small stint in roller hockey. I was fortunate to experience many incredible moments and events throughout those athletic endeavours but the main thing that stuck with me was the coach’s I had. Throughout all the different sports I played, all of my coaches were incredible.
This led me to a passion for human performance and development. I began creating a following of friends that would come to me for health and fitness advice, things like how to improve their bench press and biceps, classic 16-year-old boy stuff. From this, I decided to create a little side hustle for myself and began my first company ‘3Point-Fitness’, I know catchy right? I ran this little side hustle out of the trunk of my car as I finished high school and ventured into post-secondary to become a Kinesiologist.
What started as a side hustle, let’s just see if I like this, kind of thing, blossomed into a deep-rooted passion for coaching and helping empower people to achieve excellence in body and mind. I completed my Kinesiology degree with a focus in Pedagogy aka teaching and an unofficial minor in Sport Psychology.
Throughout my university years I met some incredible professors who shaped the way I approach coaching and helped me further develop that passion for helping others achieve their best.
This led me to where I am today as co-founder and owner of the amazing facility you train out.
My proudest moment as a coach:
I have had so many moments over my coaching career that I can truly say made me proud. Many of them involve people right here in our gym!
To narrow down one moment as my proudest I feel discounts all the rest therefore I’m going to outline what makes me the proudest as a coach.
These moments typically don’t involve any actual physical training moment or occurrence. What they do involve is that moment of realization when a client recognizes the true underlying “why” for themselves and who they are and what they are pursuing, challenged with or otherwise focusing on including those moments when they realize the doubt they’ve had within themselves is either no longer there or foolish to hold on to. These moments have often involved tears as they have been a powerful moment of deeper understanding and empowerment.
These are the moments that make me the proudest as a coach as I am so incredibly proud of those individuals for the growth they’ve accomplished.
CFL1, R-Phase Z-Health, I-Phase Z-Health
Studied/completed the following programs/certificates:
Gymnastic Seminar-Sean Lind
B.A. English &
BC Teacher Certificate
Achievements/Interests outside the gym:
NCAA Track and Field
My Coaching Philosophy:
Get to know members on a deeper level to create a long lasting relationship with health, wellness and overall fitness being on the forefront. Make sure all athletes know the gym is a safe place for them to come escape everything else and just breathe.
How did I get into coaching! I started as a CrossFit athlete that came from other sport backgrounds and struggled at first but I ended up having a couple really great coaches when I first started, after a few years I decided that I wanted to be able to add value into other athletes experiences with CrossFit so I went & got my CFL1. I think it’s important to provide athletes with an opportunity to hopefully have the same experience as I did. My proudest moment as a coach:
One thing I absolutely love about coaching is that “ah-ha” moment where the lightbulb goes off & you can see the joy a member feels when they’ve achieved something they’ve been working towards. One specific moment was watching an athlete kick up to a handstand for the first time & see the lightbulb switch from “fear of being upside down” to “I got this!”
How did I get into coaching!
I started as a CrossFit athlete that came from other sport backgrounds and struggled at first but I ended up having a couple really great coaches when I first started, after a few years I decided that I wanted to be able to add value into other athletes experiences with CrossFit so I went & got my CFL1. I think it’s important to provide athletes with an opportunity to hopefully have the same experience as I did.
My proudest moment as a coach:
BKin (in progress), ACE fitness nutrition (in progress), ACE Personal trainer, Crossfit Level 1 & 2, Agatsu kettlebell Level 1
– Competitive soccer, basketball, track and field
– Bodybuilding, powerlifting, weightlifting, Crossfit
How I got into coaching:
Growing up, being in the gym taught me discipline, self- efficacy, and made me a better person. This made me realize that I wanted to help people reap all the benefits of training by becoming a coach. I got my personal trainer certification on my 18th birthday, and never looked back.
My Coaching Philosophy:
To provide quality and sustainable coaching to empower the client in and out of the gym.
Watching as a client full of self doubt finds their own strength and regains their confidence.
Our Client Achievements
Athletic Development Program Athlete Luca place 3rd in her most recent figure skating competition! She is currently ranked 7th in Western Canada.
Athletes Matthew Tennant and Ronnie Mundell winning First Place in the Novice division at the 2018 Festivus Games for Team “Brothers from other Mothers”. Both athletes have also competed in the Individual Teen Finals at CanWest in 2017 and 2018.
M-Th 6:00am to 8:30pm
F 6:00am to 7:30pm
Sat 9:00am to 2:00pm
Sun 8:30am to 2:00pm