About Logan

Logan is the Director of Education for Fitness World and the Lead Educator for BC Personal Training Institute. Logan has been working for Fitness World for 8 years and has over 20 years of experience in the industry. Certifications include TRX, RIP Trainer, Kettlebell, Bulgarian Bag, Trigger Point, Therapeutic Fascial Mobility, Keiser cycling, Biosignature and Muscle Testing. Getting into group fitness and personal training after a successful professional soccer career in Canada, the US and the UK Logan has since enjoyed inspiring all types of clients, members and team members in the fulfilling and fascinating world of fitness!

BCPTI Web Chat Series #4: Greg Elliott

How I met Greg is kind of a funny story. I'd been looking into HRV and found a course online that had been created by a couple of guys from Vancouver. I was signing in to their webinars and thought it sounded pretty cool so I registered for their Foundations in HRV course and ordered [...]

BCPTI Web Chat Series #3: Sarah Jamieson

Sarah Jamieson is an exceptional trainer, educator and the co-creator of Durability - formerly of Onnit and now working with clients all over the world through her online platform. She lends her considerable talents as a guest speaker for NCSA, a Master Instructor for PPSC and does all kinds of custom events and programming for [...]

BCPTI Web Chat Series #2: Nastasia Genova

Meet my former boss (and the best one I've ever had!) We had a great conversation about taking the leap, betting on yourself and having the "grit to not quit" in work and life. This is a fiery conversation but if you can handle the heat you're going to be super fired up!

By | April 19th, 2020|Motivation, Web Chat Series|0 Comments

BCPTI Web Chat Series #1: Lindy Drope

Lindy Drope is a BCPTI grad and rose to being one of the top 3 trainers with SNFC within her first couple of years working as a trainer. We talk about how she became a trainer, obstacles that she had to overcome when she got started, and some of the resources that helped her develop. [...]

Smile & Sweat – How Your Oral Health Affects Your Fitness (and vice versa)

It's January - I'm getting myself together. I put away my Christmas decorations last week. I reorganized my tea drawer. I moved a bookshelf into my office and unpacked a box of leadership develop & fitness books. And of course I've been focused and consistent with my meal prep and workouts. Sounds good right? Well [...]

By | January 22nd, 2020|Caradiovasular Health, Habits, Nutrition|0 Comments

How Your Friends Feed You

Interested in getting healthier, losing weight, getting stronger or taking on a new physical hobby or challenge this year? Chances are you're in the gym working at achieving your fitness goals: focused on some combination of cardio, resistance training, flexibility/mobility or group classes. Good for you! But did you ever stop to think about the [...]

Live Your Passion in 2020

  "Working hard for something we don't care about is called stress; working hard for something we love is called passion." - Simon Sinek What an incredible year of education, inspiration & community - PASSION! I feel so lucky, as an educator, that I get to help our students take their love of fitness and [...]

Trainer Tips: How to help your weight loss clients

  Meet Courtney – she’s a passionate fitness professional, a committed life-long learner and a BCPTI grad with an incredible story!  We asked her to share what it meant to achieve weight loss and a better mindset about fitness, and what her life/career has been like since she started working as a personal trainer.  Plus, [...]

By | October 17th, 2019|Habits, Motivation, Student Spotlights|0 Comments

3 Mistakes I Made As A New Trainer

I’ve been lucky enough to work in coaching & fitness for about 20 years now and I’ve helped lots of people learn about exercise, overcome lots of different challenges and train for different types of goals.  I have always loved this job because it’s really rewarding to make an impact and because the nature of [...]

How Healthy Is Your Heart?

Cardiovascular disease kills over 17.5 million people each year – that’s almost half of all deaths (minus communicable diseases). On the flip side, cardiovascular health is one of the best predictors of longevity! So heart health is a big deal and I’m going to share a couple of really important facts to help you prioritize [...]

By | March 27th, 2019|Caradiovasular Health|0 Comments