Amy Moolyk

Amy Moolyk

“My goal as a coach is to get the most from my athletes. I focus on the process and setting achievable goals with my team to get results. What makes me different from other coaches is my approach to training and coaching. I meticulously prepare programs to best meet the needs of my athletes. Being a competitive lifter, I understand the dedication, motivation and sacrifices needed to succeed in weightlifting. It’s a sport that demands a lot physically, mentally and emotionally from an athlete. It's all about pushing limits.”

  • MSc Biomechanics
  • BSc Kinesiology
Professional Affiliations and Memberships
  • National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)
  • National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) Level I Olympic Weightlifting Certified and Level 2 Olympic Weightlifting Training
  • Alberta Weightlifting Association (AWA)
Published Work
  • Chiu, L.Z.F., and Moolyk, A.N. Segment Kinematics Differ Between Jump and Drop Landings Regardless of Practice. J Appl Biomech. October 2015(5):357
  • Chiu, L.Z.F., Bryanton, M.A., and Moolyk, A.N. Proximal-to-distal sequencing in vertical jumping with and without arm swing. J Strength Cond Res. May 2014(5):1195-202
  • Moolyk, A.N., Carey, J.P., and Chiu, L.Z.F. Characteristics of lower extremity work during the impact phase of jumping and weightlifting. J Strength Cond Res. Dec 2013(12): 3225-32
  • Moolyk, A.N. Gender differences during landing and implications to anterior cruciate ligament rupture: A review. 2010 SIRC Research Award
Ruben San Martin

Ruben San Martin

  • MSc Physical Therapy
  • BKin
Professional Affiliations and Memberships
  • Canadian Physiotherapy Association (CPA) Member
  • Physiotherapy Alberta College and Association Member
  • National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Professional Member
  • National Coaching Certification Program (NCCP) Level 1 Training
  • Alberta Weightlifting Association (AWA) Member