Tyler spent most of his childhood in a Muay Thai Kickboxing Gym in his hometown of Cochrane, Alberta. It was there that he developed a passion for training that he still holds. After he dislocated his hip during training, a physiotherapist suggested swimming as a way to stay in shape during recovery. His obsession for training quickly transferred into the pool, so much so that he ended up getting a job as a lifeguard, and eventually moving into a job as a Swim Coach. That job introduced him to a new passion, training and developing athletes. This passion has now led him to the Athlete Factory, where he looks forward to growing and developing himself as a coach, so that he can provide the best training possible to every athlete he works with.

Tyler looks forward to passing on his love of training, and helping Athlete’s achieve their full potential through perseverance, hard work and dedication.