Luke Hong

Luke is a kinesiologist with rich experience in Kinesiology and Exercise Physiology. He is a member of British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists and affiliated kinesiologist of Canadian Kinesiology Alliance recognized by National Professional Association.

He is a graduate from Trinity Western University and holds a bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology. He also studied Sports Science in Douglas College. In university, Luke studied in Exercise Physiology, Athletic Injuries, Sport Nutrition, Psychology of Sport, Biomechanics, Athletic Injuries, Sports Science Theory, Sports Sociology and Philosophy in Canada, Free – Style Wrestling Coaching Theory and Analysis, Soccer Coaching Theory and Analysis, and Human Anatomy & Physiology. He has also worked on research studies on “Nutritional Habit Differences Between University Athletes and Non – Athlete University Students”, “Lower Back Health Challenges in Older Adults”, “Fall Prevention for Older Adults”, “Sleep Deprivation and Athletic Performance”, and “Biomechanical Analysis of Golf”. As Luke was an athlete competing in soccer and training martial arts, he has been involved in delivering rehabilitation, conditioning training, and personal training to athletes. Luke has also coached youth soccer players, golfers, and university athletes.

He is passionate about helping his clients and patients achieve their goals as well as recover from injuries. Since Luke has played high level sports in the past and has had his own share of injuries that has motivated him to help others overcome their injuries and disabilities. As a kinesiologist and exercise specialist, Luke has also worked at a long – term care facility. He implements and leads exercise programs for residents and patients. He is skilled in providing older adults with a consistent approach to prevent falls, reduce injuries, improve safety awareness, and develop understanding of risks. Therefore, he is expert in identifying individual needs and deliver training accordingly.