Beveridge, Nathan - Level 10 FitnessPhone: 604.985.8910
Location: 110-890 Harbourside Drive, Vancouver
Location: 1325 Keith Road East, Vancouver
Location: 1022 Seymour Street, Vancouver
Director of Strength and Conditioning - North Shore Winter Club
Nathan was born in White Rock B.C. but grew up in the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island. Nathan played nearly every varsity sport at G.P.Vanier high school as well as in many community recreation leagues including football where he captained the Comox Valley Raiders to back-to-back Provincial championship seasons in 1998 and 1999. After high school he attended UBC where he completed his Human Kinetics degree. Nathan was a Captain for the Varsity Football squad at UBC where he was awarded both Athletic and Academic All-Canadian status. He also received the prestigious Russ Jackson Award as the “CIS Football Player Best Exemplifying Athletic Ability, Scholarship and Citizenship”, as well as the Bobby Gaul award as UBC’s Top Male Athlete. Nathan was invited to attend the BC Lions training camp for the 2005 year and performed above expectations. Despite his release just prior to the season he continues to train hard and we are all optimistic and confident that he will fulfill his dream of playing professional football.
Nathan has taken over the duties as Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for the UBC Football Team and will be called upon to provide his expertise to the many high school, provincial, university and national teams trained by Level 10 Fitness Inc. Nathan is NCCP certified in Olympic lifting and several sports including soccer and basketball. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) with the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) as well.
Nathan brings positive energy and a commitment to excellence to Level 10 Fitness Inc. and hopes to create lifelong changes in the health of all his clients. Nathan and Level 10 Fitness have just teamed up with the North Shore Winter Club where he will continue his personal training and will be acting as the head strength and conditioning coach for majority of their teams.