Coastal Fitness was created to help people in Langley, Walnut Grove and Surrey not only meet but exceed their health and fitness goals. All of our trainers/coaches and supporting team members have a passion for fitness and living life to the fullest. We enjoy an array of indoor and outdoor activities. It is this diversity that we bring to the training environment that keep things interesting and motivating. If you are looking to move, feel, look or perform better, send a message or call today!
Ryan Jobs, BHK - Owner/Director
Ryan is a fitness coach/personal trainer located in Walnut Grove, Langley B.C. He has a knack of getting more out of clients where other trainers have failed. His attention to detail and demand for an extremely high level of effort gets members results. On top of graduating with a Human Kinetics degree in Kinesiology he has attended and invested countless conferences and seminars to continually learn from the absolute best in the industry and is what sets him apart from many trainers who are 'part-time' or have weekend certifications. Having learned directly from industry leaders Alwyn & Rachel Cosgrove, Mike Boyle, Eric Cressey, Gray Cook, Lee Burton, Charles Staley, Brett Jones, Mike Robertson, Dan John, Dr. Mark Cheng and more, as well as being FMS Level 2 Certified, allows him to stay on the leading edge of the personal training and strength and conditioning and fitness coaching world.
I am a husband and father of twin 7 year old girls and a business owner. To say that life is busy is an understatement. We're all busy, time seems to get more and more valuable, and as parents our health and fitness get put on the back burner to ensure our kids or family get to the next practice or event. The cycle is a tough one, we all want what is best for our kids. Better opportunities than we had, better schools, better teams and coaches, better food and vacations; the list is endless. Living this I can attest that if you have an 'everyone else first' attitude the ship will run aground. It may not be tomorrow or the next day but if you don't take the step to invest in yourself, those around you will suffer eventually, and the opposite of what we are trying to achieve will occur. By no means is this an endorsement to sit at the spa all day but it is a wake up call that if your health and fitness is just hanging on, the rest of the family will respond accordingly. It's time to not just survive. It's time to take action and invest in your well being so that your family has a well to draw from that is not empty. Going to the gym or getting outside for exercise 3-5 hours a week is not selfish, it's necessary. Put my recommendations to the test, it doesn't even have to our facility, just try for a month and tell me you don't feel better and that your family doesn't notice a difference. I know you will. Talk soon.
Danny Gordon, BHK - Practising Kinesiologist
Danny is a University of the Fraser Valley’s Kinesiology degree program graduate. I have always been an athlete throughout my life participating in volleyball, soccer, hockey, cycling and squash teams at different points in my life. I have done many exciting activities ranging from sports tournaments to adventure racing (run, mountain bike, and canoe), to 24 hour relays to triathlons. Squash is the main sport I play over the winter, and my summers are full of mountain and road biking. I also play hockey when I can. Weight lifting has been a huge contributor to maintaining a competitive level of fitness in these arenas as I strive to improve my abilities.
I am currently completing my Precision Nutrition Level 1 Certification, learning more about human behaviour in relation to food and habits. My interest in nutrition, strength training, and inspiring people of what they can achieve naturally guided me towards this industry.
I am also a newlywed, married to a beautiful brainiac of a physics teacher whose love for physics and science rival my love of fitness. I enjoy getting out in nature for walks, hikes, or just for the sake of being in nature regardless of the weather, good or bad. I am a Detroit Red Wings hockey fan (sorry Canuck fans), a Seahawks football fan by proximity, and a closet video gamer.
Cole Hergott, CPT, FMS
Cole is from a small town in Saskatchewan, where he played every sport he could. His favorite being hockey. He played Junior B hockey in Northern Saskatchewan in 2013. After that season I came to BC and playing for the Trinity Western Spartans men’s hockey team for one season. Following the 2014-15 season for TWU I was asked to take on a new role with the team as a Strength and Conditioning coach. His hard work in the classroom has earned him a spot on the Dean’s List with a 4.0+ GPA. He has been interning with Spartan Athletics under Coach Andrew Heming for three years, working with all of TWU’s athletes. He also works as the strength coach for the TWU Spartans men’s and Titans women’s hockey teams. Holding his Certified Personal Trainer certification through the National Strength and Conditioning Association. He is also Level 1 FMS certification through Functional Movement System.
Cole enjoy's creating a fun and laughter filled gym. Believing training should be hard, but worth it. When his athletes look back at the work they did, he want's them to smile at how much fun it truly was, and foster a new love for training in them that lasts a lifetime.
Terri Neuber - PN1
Terri is active mother of 2 teenagers. Her positivity and attitude exemplify Coastal's Core values to a T. She has completed Precision Nutrition Level 1 certification and is one of our head nutritional coaches here at Coastal as she fully understands what it takes to eat healthily while being a busy mom juggling many responsibilities. Look for Terri to be running a class or assisting on the gym floor.
Agata Klein - Member Care
Agata is that team member that is often referred to as the 'glue'. There really isn't an area of Coastal that she doesn't have a hand in. If you need a shake made, or some membership questions she is your go to. Need to book appointments or just need a smile for the day Agata has got your back. Dont have a gym question, just ask her about her love of lifting heavy things as well as hiking or passion for shar peis is sure to spark a conversation.