Dr. Kimitake (Kimi) Sato, is a CEO of Peak Force, provides training, education, and consulting services for sport performance, health & fitness, and technology. Peak Force serves China Olympic teams and other teams and organizations via English to enhance language ability in Asia. Dr. Sato has spent 8 years as an academic professor at East Tennessee State University to serve as an international relation coordinator and also a high performance coach.
Jen Jones is the Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Performance at Auburn University. In 2011, Jones was named Master Strength and Conditioning Coach (MSCC) by the Collegiate Strength and Conditioning Coaches Association.
Chris has been implementing VBT for over decade having been an early adopter using the first iterations of Myotest, Gymaware and Tendo in the late 2000’s while training training Olympic athletes at the Canadian Sport Institute.
A former professional rugby player, Cedric completed his Bachelors Degree in Sports Science at the University of Edinburgh, and his Masters in Strength & Conditioning with Edith Cowan University. He began his Strength & Conditioning career with the Scottish Rugby Union
Kyle Uptmore is a Sports Performance Coach based out of Asia since 2015. Currently he serves as the Assistant Director or Sports Performance for Peak Force Asia. His time in Asia started off in Taichung City, Taiwan working with junior to elite level athletes competing in various sports as well as teaching educational sport science courses.
Naat has been working as a Personal trainer and Strength & Conditioning specialist since 1995 during which time he completed his Human Movement Science degree, thereafter he proceeded with his post graduate CSCS® certification through the NSCA.
Yannik Morin is a strength and conditioning coach based in Québec, Canada. As an athlete, Yannik won Natural Mr. Universe in Las Vegas in 1998 and competed at the 2002 Salt-Lake-City Olympic in 2-man Bobsleigh.
Having worked in professional sport for 17 years, mainly in rugby union teams in England, Wales and the USA, as well as professional cricket teams in England. Fortunate to be associated with, and responsible for the physical development of some of Welsh rugby’s highest profile players, Sam Warburton, Leigh Halfpenny and Jamie Roberts amongst many others.