Coaches

Jenn Swagar

Coaching Director

Jenn Swagar is the Coaching Director of MOST Physical Preparation. She has dedicated her entire life to the study and practice of coaching, functional fitness and corrective exercise. At MOST she is the head coach, Programmer and in-house corrective exercise specialist. Jenn Swagar is available to COACH her athletes in any area of life that they require.

MOST has firsthand knowledge of treatment and training practices administered to high-performance athletes. Jenn’s goal is to bring this level of support and knowledge to the general population. With her experience, she is able to use a large network of experts developed over 27 years as a coach.

Alex Ogbongbemiga

BA ECON (2015), NSCA CSCS.

Alex was selected 36th overall in the 2016 CFL Draft by the Saskatchewan Roughriders. Alex played 2 years in the CFL for the Edmonton Eskimos and the BC Lions. Alex began his college football career at the University of Houston before finishing off with the University of Calgary Dinos.

Alex graduated from the University of Calgary in 2015 with his Bachelor of Arts in Economics and currently is in school to become a Registered Massage Therapist in 2021.

Jeshrun Antwi

BEd & BA (2020), Coach

Jeshrun went to high school at Father Lacombe in the South East of Calgary. He played HS football there and would go on to play for the University of Calgary Dinos Football Team. He was part of the 2019 Vanier Cup winning squad, the highest accolade a College football team in Canada can achieve. He recently graduated from the University of Calgary with a double major in Bachelor of Education and Bachelor of Arts.

Liv Price

Coach

Liv explored multiple sports growing up.  For 8 years, she competed as a gymnast reaching the provincial level 5. She qualified for provincial teams for consecutive years.  She then got into track and field competing in 100m and 400m hurdles.  She placed 9th in the 100m hurdles at 2014 Nationals.  Liv started coming to MOST in 2013…

Heidi Spencer

Coach | Athletic Therapist

Heidi is from Summerland, B.C. where she grew up playing hockey and fastball as her two main sports. Since moving to the foothills, she has picked up snowboarding and sport climbing as two of her favorite outdoor activities. Most recently she has competed in several triathlons, progressing from a sprint race to a full Ironman in 2019.

Having worked as a group fitness coach, personal trainer, and strength & conditioning coach with varsity and club athletes, Heidi’s clientele is vast and varied. Through the observation of movement patterns and identification of imbalances, she is able to educate and empower clients on how to correct and control their movement. No matter the activity, Heidi is guided by the principle of “quality over quantity”.