Fitness is about feeling better, living better, and being better, not just looking better. Play the video below to learn more...
As North Americans we spend $110 billion per year on fad diets, exercise gizmos and supplements. Most promise quick fixes and miraculous claims but rarely, if ever, deliver. In order to attain true vitality and longevity, we deliver professional coaching, accountability and support in 6 core areas of life. These six core areas have been scientifically proven to help ward off disease, extend longevity and produce long term solutions for optimal health.
We will teach you how to move correctly, what exercises will produce the best results, and how to avoid injury while training.
Is your caloric intake appropriate for the amount of energy you are expending? Are you eating the right types of foods? What is your relationship with food?
We will teach you the importance of mobility and how to recover properly. We will also help you produce restful and sufficient sleep.
We utilize mindfulness based stress reduction, yoga and coaching therapy to help minimize stress.
We regularly host “BFIT” outings and community events to help build relationships and a sense of connection.
We are highly active in charitable organizations and provide educational and mentoring programs.
These are your neighbors from Coquitlam, Port Moody, Port Coquitlam and beyond. Learn more about their transformations and what they think of Rocky Point Fitness and Health Club.
To say that Rocky Point help changed my life would be an understatement. I was heavily overweight and on a path of self destruction with my eating and lifestyle habits. In 2010 I knew I needed to change but I just couldn’t find the energy or motivation to get started. It seemed like everything was working against me. That’s when I found Rocky Point Fitness and Health Club, and well the rest is history. The coaches at Rocky Point eased me through gradual lifestyle changes. Their guidance and support is something I’ve never experienced and slowly but surely I started to implement more and more healthy habits into my life. The process was all so easy, it seemed like such a daunting task at first and I was hesitant to get started but once I did I never looked back. The community at Rocky Point continues to support me and it’s spilled over into my family life and friends. I can’t thank them enough!
“Every time I come to Rocky Point I get so excited and pumped. The coaches there provide an atmosphere that makes you want to push hard and achieve your goals, each and every session! I love the people and I love the results i’m getting.
– Randy Martin
– Jen Bergeron
“What is there to say about Rocky Point. Not enough actually! I found this incredible facility in August of 2013 but it took me until January of
– Troy Benoit
“The coaches have been awesome here and have really made me feel like part of an extended family. I’m worried that if I ever move I won’t be able to find a gym providing the similar levels of comfort with all the staff and members.”
– Fernando V
“My annual doctor’s checkup fell on November. My family doctor almost fell of his chair when had my blood work results. All the number
See you at the Gym guys.”
– Sergei Guzd
Professional Lifestyle Coaches, Practitioners, And Apprentices, But We All Share Three Things In Common, Passion, Experience, And Education.
Errol Clark, Strength and Conditioning Coach, is one of the principal owners of Rocky Point Crossfit. He holds over 12 years of experience coaching athletes and has helped hundreds of clients realize their potential. His passion for people and athletics is matched by few and his specialties include a diverse knowledge in strength and conditioning principles, a keen coaches eye for movement and function, and the ability to invoke habitual change in his clients.
Errol’s passion for sport developed at a young age where he primarily pursued skiing, snowboarding, dirtbiking, mountain biking, wakeboarding, and windsurfing. He eventually began to excel at freeskiing and decided to move from North Vancouver to Whistler to pursue his dream of becoming a professional. Whistler; being the Mecca of action sports in Canada, provided Errol with an opportunity to compete against and befriend some of the best athletes in the world. Errol competed as a sponsored athlete from 2001-2006. Skiing gave him invaluable experience with training, coaching, and injury rehabilitation. During his years skiing he coached several athletes and was named head coach of the South America snow sessions in 2005. It was during these many coaching sessions that Errol discovered a talent for helping others reach their full athletic potential. Today Errol credits his past experience as a coach and athlete for his continued growth as a strength and conditioning coach. Skiing, Biking, Wakeboarding, and surfing, remain staples in his life today.
Errol believes that mental health and physical vigor are inseparable correlates, that one cannot truly be achieved without the other. He believes that fitness should primarily be pursued to enhance one’s life overall, increasing mental state and nourishing a consistent state of vitality. Sadly, he believes that this is not the case with most individuals. He believes that media has largely influenced the fitness community’s perception of what should be valued when considering a fitness program and coach, placing emphasis on superficial pursuits of esthetics and vanity based improvements, rather than vital biometrics, performance gains, and increases in mental health. Fortunately, training for improvements in biometrics, performance, and mental health naturally lead to an improved sense of self, and can quickly disrupt these preconceived notions and perceptions of what to seek when considering a fitness program and coach. To be clear, he believes that there is nothing wrong with wanting to “look better”, simply that this value should be secondary and that primary pursuits in fitness should have a far deeper impact on ones life.
Ask anyone who knows Errol and they’re sure to tell you that he is highly energetic, enthusiastic and welcomes people from all walks of life into his own. Please feel free to contact him if you would like to receive a list of his personal references.
10 + Years Experience
6000 + Coaching Hours Logged
CCFT Designation (1st in Western Canada / Currenty only 331 trainers are L3 certified out of 117368 active Crossfit trainers)
Certified level 1, 2 and 3 Crossfit trainer
Certified Naka Athletics Freestyle Movement
Certified Completion of Human Anatomy Pro-Section: Hip / Lower Extremity
Certified TPT Instructor
Certified Expert Rating Personal Trainer
Certified Expert Rating Sports Nutritionist
Certified Completion of NCCP multi-sport module A
Certified Emergency first aid, CPR level C and AED
Completed Fundamental boxing training with Golden Gloves boxer and Olympic medalist, Dale Walters
Head ski coach for South America Snow Sessions 2005
2003 Contest Results:
1st Place: Orage Slopestyle, Apex Mountain, March 15th 2003
2nd Place: Orage Big Air, Apex Mountain, February 16th 2003
2nd Place: Sprite Series Slopestyle, Blackcomb Mountain, February 9th 2003
3rd Place: Orage Slopestyle, Apex Mountain, February 17th 2003
4th Place: Sprite Series Halfpipe, Blackcomb Mountain, January 18th 2003
4th Place: Helly Hanson Big Air, Mt. Washington, January 11th 2003
4th Place: Sprite Series Slopestyle, Blackcomb Mountain, February 23rd 2003
3 Full page adds in SBC Skier Magazine: Issues 1-3 2002/2003 season
Full page contents shot in Ski Canada Magazine: December 2002
Full Page Merit Badge Trick in SBC Skier Magazine: “How to do a rodeo 720″ Volume 3 issue 4
Life style photo in SBC Skier Magazine: Issue 4 2003
Life size poster at Atomic booth in Las Vegas trade show 2003
Aired Twice on Global TV during prime time television, with Mike Falcon 2003
7/11 Fast Track commercial airing on prime time television 2004/2005
Movie segment in One Up Productions 2002/2003
Movie segment in Theory 3 Media, “Safety Meeting” 2004/2005
Footage in Camp of Champs promotional video 2002
Let me tell you why I started doing functional fitness.
I was living in small town Ontario. The year would have been 2006-2007. I had a small IT Consulting business. I looked after the networks, servers and computers in most of the law firms in town. Being in IT, I had a fairly sedentary day sitting and swearing at screens. I was very active in high school athletics, but when university came around I slowed down considerably. By my late 20s I was starting to get “fluffy”. I didn’t want to join a gym. I didn’t know what to do there and I sure didn’t want to reveal how much of a newbie I was to the resident body builders. And I didn’t want to pay somebody to show me how to use the weights.
So I did what most people do when they decide to get into shape, I started jogging. Running worked for a couple of years. I built up really good cardiovascular-cardio respiratory endurance. I leaned out. However, neglecting to building up strength to support the abuse from running, I paid the price with an injury to my knees. After this, I did nothing but feel sorry for myself and put on weight.
Fast forward to 2009, functional fitness training is still virtually unknown at this time. However there was a forward-thinking guy in this little Ontario town that had opened a gym in what was a converted mechanic’s garage. You got the occasional whiff of motor oil depending on where you stood in the gym. I was really hesitant to go. So why did I?
I was in my mid 30s and I’m feeling the roll of my spare tire every time I sit down and lean forward. The button on my size 36 khakis is having to work pretty hard from exploding from my pants. My energy is always in the basement. And with it, my mental attitude. I’m not excited about my business. Every morning is met with a sense of dread. Time and again I think to myself “This is not a good situation. And if i don’t improve things soon the ‘slope is only going to get slipperier’ and it will be all that more difficult to climb out of this rut”.
I’d been down the running route and I still wasn’t interested in going to go to a gym. I’d read an article in the local paper about the new garage gym in town. I was skeptical. It looked like a fad. On top of that, the article included a guy who happened to be one of my competitors in the small IT market. So I sure didn’t like him! But then I happened to be working on an IT job at a hotel and he appeared there as well. We shook hands and I had to admit, I was quite impressed with how fit he appeared. Then a month later, I was walking past the garage gym and I witnessed an old high school friend doing a workout. As he completed his box jumps he took to the road and passed me. Drenched in sweat and breathing hard he passed me.
“Hi Tom!” He managed to gasp.
I was now very intrigued. I mustered up the courage to go check it out.
I remember how anxious I felt when I rode my bike to the gym. I arrived as a class was completing. My anxiety didn’t ease when a big dude held the door open for me. Then it was myself, the owner and another member.
He explained how it worked. I listened on the surface, but I have to admit I didn’t grasp what the garage gym entailed. I just had this earnest feeling that I just had to show up and let the process do it’s job.
The next day I could hardly concentrate on my work. At 5:30PM I was going to do a functional fitness workout for the first time! Unlike the “Getting Started” process we use at Rocky Point Fitness, where we do a 1-on-1 with new people and “ease them into it”, I was jumping the boards and doing a group class right from the start.
My heart is pounding as I enter the gym. I see women doing kipping pull-ups, here’s a couple of guys swinging kettlebells (what the hell are those?). The gym owner, James, spots me and spends some time with me showing me the squat, a kettlebell swing, some mobility work. I have an idea what I’m doing. There’s a warm-up run. A run? Hey I know how to run! My confidence goes up a notch as I manage to keep up with the group and start getting to know them.
Then we’re back in the gym and getting ready to do Helen. 3 Rounds of 400M Run, 21 KB Swings, 12 pull-ups. Since it’s my first time I get to use a 35lb kettlebell (RX weight is 50lbs) and I get to do jumping pull-ups since my demonstration of executing 1 pull-up looked like a life and death struggle. 3-2-1 Go! The WOD (work out of the day) begins. I do OK on the first round. And it goes immediately downhill from there. I complete the first round and am somewhat dismayed that I am at the back of the pack. I begin the run on the second round and despite wanting to move up in the pack I can’t help but notice….I’m exhausted!!! I have reached the limits of my work capacity in roughly 4 minutes. I’ve never been more gassed in my life. I persevere.By the 3rd round I’m wondering if my wife knows where I keep my life insurance policy. I get to the last set of jumping pull-ups and promptly fall off the box. James is with me. He’s concerned and encourages me to finish. I complete the final pull-up and crumple to the floor in a heap. As I’m admiring the ceiling several people approach and shake my hand. The big dude who opened the door for me the day before grasps my hand, hauls me off the floor and claps me on the back. ‘Nice going Bro!”. I’m hooked. I love it. I tell James “I’m in!” and I give him a cheque. It seems like a lot of money at the time and I know my wife will question it. But knowing now, just how radically better my life was about to become, I would have paid 10X the amount!
I’ve been doing this functional style of training for over 5 years now. My heart still pounds in anticipation prior to a workout. The workouts never get boring. There is always a challenge. A mysterious lift to be solved. And the wonderful people I get to coach and train with are family.
Every year I say “I’m in the best shape of my life!”. Which is an odd thing to say as I turn 42 years old. I’ve kept track of my progress over the last 5 years and the results are clear, I’m not slowing down. I continue to see improvements in all facets of my training such as Olympic Lifts, Power Lifts, gymnastic skills, I can run a 5K 3 minutes faster than I used to in my early 30s. I’ve tested myself in the CrossFit Games Opens. a global fitness competition and came in the top 5% in the world in the Mens 40-44 division. I did the World’s Toughest Mudder in 2012, I had to drop 13 hours in because I was losing the feeling in my feet. Not to leave business unfinished, I’m currently training for the 2014 race.
Outside of the gym I fully realize the physical freedom that comes as a result of investing in my health and fitness. Whenever I discuss our program with newcomers, I describe that the main goal of our efforts is to increase our work capacity. That ability to carry yourself and something heavy as fast as you can through any terrain that presents itself. This could be a controlled environment, such as one of our workouts or a sport field. Or it could be something that catches us unaware in real life, like getting into a fight or sprinting for a bus. Recently I was in London and I literally had to sprint 1000m with a 45lb suitcase for a bus. We were with another couple who also had to catch the coach. We exited the Tube, determined which direction the coach station was, and saw we only had about 7 minutes to get to the bus, the race was on! I made it to the station with a minute or two to spare. I felt great. My breathing had picked up and I was starting to sweat. But I was in great shape to plead with the driver to wait a moment or two for the other couple. Many minutes passed and the others arrived, flushed and gasping. Clearly in misery. It took the best part of the hour and a half bus ride for them to recover.
Just as I have enjoyed improvements in my fitness and health, I’ve also had the opportunity to come into my own as a coach. Fixing people is far greater reward than fixing people’s computer networks! I’ve had the pleasure of coaching hundreds of people from the time they could barely do a pushup to seeing them develop into their potential. I still get a kick out of standing before my group class and scanning the members. There will be a brand new graduate standing beside someone I have been coaching for over a year. I recall the veteran being that new graduate and how impressive they appear now. Obviously stronger and healthier. But they’re also surrounded by an air of confidence and well being. It’s a wonderful sight that I’ll never get tired of seeing.
Our program is a life-changer. I’d be happy to answer any of your questions or meet you for our complimentary 1-on-1 Introduction to Rocky Point Fitness. Feel free to call me at 604 340 2978.
Dr. Andrea Shore completed her undergraduate education in Biological Sciences and Kinesiology at Simon Fraser University. She then graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in Toronto before moving back to her home in the Lower Mainland of BC.
Dr. Shore treats neuro-musculo-skeletal conditions in all areas of the body and believes in taking a functional approach to addressing injuries in order to prevent future recurrence. She practices in a holistic manner with an individualized approach to each patient. Dr. Shore attributes the improvement in overall wellness in her patients to her integrated approach, utilizing such techniques as myofascial release techniques, Graston Technique®, spinal manipulative therapy and progressive rehabilitation in association with clear and open patient education and communication.
Having competed in figure skating at an international level for well over a decade, Dr. Shore is familiar with what it takes to be a well functioning, elite athlete. While at CMCC, she was privileged to work under the supervision of the President of the Sports Fellowship program, which helped expand her knowledge and skills, making her work with professional athletes that much more effective.
Dr. Shore truly believes in the importance of an active lifestyle and in her spare time, can be found cycling, hiking, practicing yoga, volunteer coaching with the Special Olympics of BC athletics team and of course kicking butt at functional training!
Tyler Chomos, a strength and conditioning coach, specializes in working with individuals who are new to fitness. He has 1000+ hours of personal training experience in addition to the group classes he teaches. He started his apprenticeship at Rocky Point Fitness and Health Club in early 2010, and began his career in 2011. He apprenticed under Errol Clark, and was taught Olympic weightlifting under Parm Phangura (3 time National Team Champion).
Tyler believes that connecting with great people, trying new and exciting things, and an active lifestyle are ALL essential to happiness. He feels that your fitness program should not be a burden, and that the journey towards reaching your fitness goals should be fun and something to look forward to.
His Road Back Into Fitness
Before starting with RPF in late 2009; Tyler had been inactive for 7 years, and had just quit smoking. With the guidance of the trainers and support of the community at RPF, Tyler became a success story. He is passionate about helping others get the same kind of results. . Come in for a free introduction session with Tyler and experience it yourself!
– Crossfit L-1 Certificate
– First Aid & CPR
– Naka Athletics Gymnastics Course
– Canada West Crossfit Regionals Team 2011
– Canada West Crossfit Regionals Team 2010
Andrea graduated as a Registered Holistic Nutritionist from the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition in Vancouver. After many years of practicing and teaching yoga she knew that there was more to the connection to the body than just movement, and so without hesitation, signed up for school and is now proud to be a part of the team at Rocky Point Fitness and Health Club offering her nutrition counselling services.
“The food we put on our bodies IS our fuel, and each one of us being so uniquely different the fuel we choose will also differ, not only from each other, but within our own cycle of life as we continually evolve.” Throughout most of her teenage and young adult life Andrea struggled with body image issues, fighting every step of the way by working out and trying every new fad diet that came about. The internal battle of all this caused a tremendous amount of stress that manifested as chronic digestive difficulties later on in life. In facing this realization head on, Andrea truly believes in treating the whole person.
“There are many layers to why illness occurs and to why the optimal performance of our bodies can come to a plateau.” With food and movement being two and Andrea’s biggest passions she can often be found intuitively navigating herself though the kitchen, creating new recipes or adding a healthier spin on old ones. She takes this intuition onto her mat through teaching and practicing yoga and loves to be connected to nature be it walking , running, or hiking and loves doing this best with the company of friends and family.
Life doesn’t reflect a “bodybuilder” program in which you work with heavy weights for 8-12 reps, take a break and hop on a treadmill for 20 minutes. Although the components of fitness such as strength, stamina, and flexibility can be individually assessed, this doesn’t mean that their physiology is entirely segregated and should be treated as such from one another. A good health and fitness program should combine as many different components as health as possible, such that what you do in a training center will show results in your day to day living.
Colby’s approach to a fitness philosophy extends far past an increased work capacity. He believes in a holistic approach that improves not just physical, but emotional, social, intellectual, spiritual, occupational health and wellness as well. When a WOD comes up most, if not all, of those components of good health are challenged and benefitted from. You may want to stop because it’s difficult, but just when you think your’e done someone covered in just as much sweat as you comes over and says “Come on man, give it your all” and gives you a pat on the back.
Colby also believes in the benefit of good education. One of the first things any rehabilitative health professional does when dealing with a new patient is educate them. Be it on the condition they have or any predisposing factors, there is an attempt made to make the patient understand what is going on and why it is important. From the get-go Tom, Tyler and Errol would help Colby understand what the movements are meant to do and how the programming works. This extends out to the entire functional training community but is specifically valued at Rocky Point and is something Colby values in training new and seasoned athletes alike.
Garage gym’s foster a community; a congregation of like-minded individuals who look at health and wellness as something that can always be improved at the same time appreciated. It is in that community that the utilization of comradely helps an individual exercise discipline over their shortcoming and grow on so many levels.
“Rocky Point Fitness has made my life so much more positive. I have learned to push myself to the brink and maintain a clear focus both in and out of the box.. I have made so many new friends and am a better person to the friends I’ve always had. And the most important part, I’m the happiest I’ve ever been. It doesn’t matter what crap day I had before I stepped into the box. When I walk through the front door and have a group friendly faces not just greeting you but excited to see you, your mood shifts in the right direction. After reading this hopefully you see what this drug called functional fitness is capable of. Please contact Rocky Point Fitness and Health Club if you have any questions or would like to receive several personal references.”
Stacey Chomos, a coach at Rocky Point Fitness and Health Club, and coach of the functional training for Kids program. She has been a part of Rocky Point since 2010. Stacey has always had a passion for sports growing up. She played competitive soccer, basketball, and volleyball throughout high school. After she continued her education at the University of the Fraser Valley where she represented the school in volleyball.
Stacey was a member on the team to represent Rocky Point in the Canada West Regionals in 2010, 2011, and 2012.
Certified level 1 Crossfit Trainer
Certified Crossfit Kids Trainer
Parm Phangura, National Champion Olympic Weightlifter and Strength and Conditioning Coach.
Born and raised in beautiful Quesnel, British Columbia and currently residing in the Greater Vancouver Area, Parm Phangura has dedicated over 10 years of his life to Olympic Weightlifting; a sport that is sheer in tradition and history and that has always been his passion.
Parm is currently part of the Canadian National Team and is a distinguished three-time National Champion. He has the physical and mental skills required for Olympic Weightlifting: power, strength, technique and consistency, and has had the privilege of training with previous and current Olympic medalists.
He has successfully competed in renowned national and international weightlifting competitions, where he has incessantly ranked amongst the top participants and won several medals:
2002 American Open – Savannah, Georgia, USA
2004 Commonwealth Weightlifting Championships – Malta 2004
Manuel Suarez Invitational Tournament – Cuba 2007
Senior National Championship – Quebec 2002, 2004, and 2010, British Columbia 2003 and Ontario 2007
Western Canadian Championship – British Columbia 2002, 2010, Yukon 2003 and Alberta 2007
Pan American Championship – Lima, Peru 2008.
Commonwealth Games – New Delhi, India 2010
Senior World Championships – Paris, France 2011
Commonwealth Games – Edinburgh, Scotland, 2014
In an effort to become an ambassador for his community and province, and to proudly represent Canada internationally, Parm is presently training for the 2015 Pan Am Championship.
As a Registered Clinical Counselor, Life Coach and founder of Optimal Life Therapy I can help you to identify self sabotaging behaviours, enhance personal happiness, improve relationships, obtain a sense of balance, effectively manage stress, as well as to help you in living a life full of passion and purpose. I have over 10 years of experience working with individuals, couples and families in areas of mental health, addiction, eating disorders, parenting, pregnancy, stress management, relationship issues, self esteem, and athletic performance.
In my life I have developed self awareness through learning how my thoughts, behaviour and emotions play apart in moving me along a path towards releasing my inner critical voice and finding a sense of belonging and self love. Life can present us with significant l challenges and pain where we lose sign of our sense of self and others. I believe that one can reconnect with their sense of self and develop a social network in which they feel appreciation, respect and trust. With all of the challenges that life brings us I have obtained personal happiness through living a physically active lifestyle and having the courage to seek support in order to identify my blind spots, face my fears and to live a life full of passion, purpose, and happiness. Functional fitness training has also been an essential part of my self-growth, leading to an increase in self confidence, a profound clarity, enhanced mood, heightened physical health, improved sleep and reduced levels of stress.
Throughout my practice I have seen how stress, anxiety, depression, addiction, and everyday pressure can be relieved through working the body and mind in tandem. This tandem can bring clarity to your life purpose and provide optimal balance in behaviour to conquer life events. This balance will also help you discover how to move from a world of disconnection into a world of connection, empowering you to face the reality of your fears and ultimately overcome them.
I have found functional fitness training to be an essential part of my healthy emotional and physical outlet. It has been through life experience and years studying human behaviour and the mind that I have developed an approach that empowers you to find psychological insight, emotional regulation, spiritual reflection and physiological awareness. My goal is to help optimize your life by developing a connection to the mind, body, and soul.
I would be honored to help you in finding self love, purpose and happiness thus, ultimately optimizing your mind, body and soul.
Heather Kempton, MA, RCC, Life Coach
NSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)
M.Sc.Kinesiology (Simon Fraser University,2008)
B.Sc. Kinesiology (University of Michigan, 2005)
Nathan was a former Junior A level hockey player and an elite level track and field athlete. He has competed in the NCAA and at the International level where he represented Canada from 2006-2008. Nathan’s track and field career was highlighted with a Bronze Medal that he won as a part of the 4x100m relay team at the 2006 Commonwealth Games. Nathan has over 6 years experience and during that time has worked with a variety of clients including those new to fitness, weekend warriors and elite athletes. Nathan’s specialty is working with high level athletes on strength and conditioning and speed and power development. Using his educational background and experience as a high level athlete Nathan understands what it takes for his clients to reach their full potential.
Sophia Sandhu grew up in the small town of Williams Lake, BC. She competed in swimming and track and field in high school. Her coaches emphasized Olympic lifting to increase her strength and power in the other sports. This helped Sophia to compete at the National level in long jump.
When she made the switch to the sport of Olympic weightlifting at the age of 19, she found the transition easier because she had already learned the basic lifts. Sophia made it on the Canadian National Weightlifting team in just 7 months after starting the sport.
One of many of Sophia’s proudest moment in Olympic Weightlifting was when she won a bronze at the 2009 Canadian Senior Championship, only 9 months after having a baby.
Her accomplishments include:
2000 Canadian Championships – Bronze medal
2000 World University Championships – 5th place
2001 Canadian Championships – Bronze medal
2002 Canadian Championships – Silver medal
2000 World University Championships – 6th place
2003 Canadian Championships – Bronze medal
2003 Commonwealth Championships – Silver medal
2004 Canadian Championships – Bronze medal
2006 Canadian Championships – Silver medal
2009 Canadian Championships – Bronze medal
Currently, Sophia enjoys coaching other athletes in the sport of Olympic Weightlifting
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