Coach Josh Calderon

Josh Calderon was born and raised in Red Deer, AB. He played soccer throughout the city and college leagues until he moved to Victoria, BC to pursue his career.

After completing his degree in Athletic and Exercise Therapy in 2013 he moved back home and wanted to utilize his acquired passion for strength training and injury rehabilitation to serve the Central Alberta community. Since then, he got married, lived in Vancouver for 2 years, and recently moved back with his wife and baby daughter. Along with wanting to help in the athletic development of his clients, his desire throughout the years has been to bridge the gap that exists between therapy, fitness and wellness, which so often are approached as separate components.

Career Highlights:

  • Bachelor of Athletic and Exercise Therapy degree
  • Certified Athletic Therapist (CATA)
  • CSEP – Clinical Exercise Physiologist
  • Functional Movement Screen – Level 2
  • Amino NeuroFrequency therapy – Level 2
  • PEMF – Pulse Certified Level 3
  • Senior student therapist for Canadian Women’s National Rugby 7’s
  • Strength coach – Men’s Red Deer College soccer (2013/14)