With our expertise as Strength & Conditioning Specialists and University Educated Coaches, we have the capabilities of working with athletes and clients in a wide variety of sports and careers. Whether you’re an equestrian getting ready for your next competition at Spruce Meadows, a Field Lacrosse player going back to university athletics, or a Master’s Division soccer player getting back into shape, we have you covered. We do the research and delve into the athletic needs of each specific sport to ensure you’re getting the most beneficial training for you. As kinesiologists, we’re going to help you stay injury free throughout the process and have the ability to help you overcome the drawbacks you’re experiencing.

Bachelor of Human Kinetics – UBC Okanagan
Certified Personal Trainer – Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology
Strength & Conditioning Specialist – National Strength and Conditioning Association
Practicing Kinesiologist – B.C. Association of Kinesiologists

Practicing Member – Canadian Kinesiology Alliance

First Aid/CPR-HCP


Functional Training through the HDC Method
Physical Therapy through Myofascial Mobility
Sports Organizations, Youth Programs, Camps
Speed, Agility, Quickness for Athletics



Brandon graduated from UBC Okanagan in 2016 with a Bachelor of Human Kinetics degree after playing on the Heat varsity soccer team since 2012. With a lifelong passion for athletics and the body, Brandon channelled this into becoming a Personal Trainer in 2014 at the University Gym before moving onto Steve Nash Fitness World. With the knowledge through the Health Promotion stream of his degree, Brandon acquired a deeper understanding of exercise psychology, motivational techniques, sport performance, nutrition & the functions of the body. 

Upon graduating from UBC Okanagan, Brandon became a Strength and Conditioning Specialist and a Kinesiologist to bridge the gap between the disciplines, leaving no stone unturned when it comes to his training expertise. After being the Strength & Conditioning Coach of Kelowna United F.C., Brandon moved onto Okanagan F.C. who are building momentum as a soccer powerhouse in British Columbia. 

In 2017, HDC Performance was founded and the business took off with many athletes in different disciplines and many lifestyle clients who have reached amazing heights. Next Level Performance is the home of HDC and through the partnership, the businesses have collaborated to set the standard for professional training in the Okanagan. 

Away from training, Brandon enjoys being outdoors, experiencing the Okanagan as much as possible, listening to music, cooking plant-based meals, reading the latest journals in strength and conditioning and spending time with close friends. 



Shaun takes a holistic and simplistic approach to help provide the best possible experience for all ages and abilities. 

Everyone has different goals, outcomes, needs, and wants. Shaun utilizes science-based knowledge and his sport experiences to create a program that fits best for each individual. Whether it’s adopting a healthier lifestyle or taking your fitness to the next level, Shaun can get you there as safe and as fast as possible. With Shaun’s experience in the fitness industry, and now in the health-care industry via National Seating & Mobility, he is able to go above and beyond normal practices in Private Training. Being a hospital discharge specialist, Shaun is able to provide industry leading equipment and experience for post-surgery client’s looking to get healthy and be back stronger. With experience in both fields, Shaun will help you get you where you want to be.

As a graduate of UBC Okanagan in the Human Kinetics program and a team captain on the Heat men’s soccer team. Whether you need to become stronger or faster for a sport or adopting a healthier lifestyle, Shaun takes an holistic approach through hard work, dedication, connection and knowledge.

Bachelor of Human Kinetics – UBC Okanagan 
Certified Personal Trainer – Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology
First Aid/CPR – Red Cross
SportMedBC Certified SportsAid
Hospital Discharge Specialist & Inside Sales – National Seating and Mobility
Bachelor of Human Kinetics – UBC Okanagan (May 2021)
Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist – National Strength & Conditioning Association



Daniel is currently in his last year of the Bachelor of Human Kinetics program at UBC Okanagan. During his time as a student he completed a summer internship at Aspire Health & Performance in Kelowna, B.C., during which time he gained experience working with professional and amateur hockey players. 

Daniel’s background is in soccer, having played at Bowdoin College for 4 years, followed by seasons spent as an Assistant Men’s Soccer coach at Brown University and the University of Massachusetts-Amherst. Following two years as a Division 1 soccer coach, Daniel moved to Wellington, New Zealand to work at the Ole Football Academy, during which time he worked with several members of the New Zealand National Football team, and was introduced to Functional Range Conditioning (FRC) training, a system of mobility and joint control training, which places an emphasis on end-range training in passive and active ranges of motion. Daniel received his Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist certification from the National Strength & Conditioning Association in January 2021. 

Since moving to Kelowna, Daniel has joined the Okanagan F.C. men’s soccer team, a member of the Pacific Coast Soccer League (PCSL). Outside of the gym and off the pitch, Daniel enjoys exploring all that the Okanagan has to offer, from hiking, to spending afternoons on the beach, to cycling, to golfing. 

Bachelor of Human Kinetics – UBC Okanagan Student



Christina is blessed to have been born and raised here in Kelowna, enjoying her surroundings by participating in activities like paddle boarding on Okanagan lake, exploring different hiking trails, and skiing on the beautiful mountains around the city. She has a great appreciation for soccer and weight training and grateful for memories of being a part of the Kelowna Youth Soccer Association in various roles for over 10 years. Growing up with three brothers and a sister, she’s been exposed to any and all sports. Christina believes that her passions are what has driven her to be interested in the Human Kinetics program at UBC Okanagan. Her involvement in sports has fed interest in the human body, physics, nutrition, and biology which are the core aspects of the courses she’s studied. Christina knows that she wants to do something as a career that lines up with who she is and what she is interested in. Christina is  thrilled to be a part of the team at HDC Performance to grow and help others grow in the pursuit of exceptional health and performance.