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Northwest Regional Coordinator

Guido Van Ryssegem, MS, ATC, CSCS, RN

Guido Van Ryssegem

Guido Van Ryssegem has been in clinical practice for 30 years and has been working in the strength and conditioning field for 35 years. He is the owner of Safe Recovery, an education company, and co-owner of Elevation Fitness, a web-based client management application. Van Ryssegem is a practitioner, professional faculty member, and guest lecturer at Oregon State University. He has been published in the Journal of Asian Martial Arts, Clinical Kinesiology, and International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy. His experience includes working for the Kansas City Royals, Texas Rangers, and the Baltimore Orioles Major League Baseball (MLB) teams. Van Ryssegem developed the Kinetic Integrations Exercise Professionals (KIEP) certification program that includes a corrective exercise approach to resolve movement dysfunctions after injury, a sedentary lifestyle, repetitive movements, or incorrect movement. In addition to holding the KIEP, he is also a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC), Registered Nurse (RN), Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist® (CSCS®) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), as well as being certified by the National Board of Fitness Examiners (NBFE).

Van Ryssegem serves as the Northwest Regional Coordinator of the NSCA and as a committee member for two National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) task forces. He is a member of the AQx Sports and Elevation Fitness advisory boards. He is a guest lecturer at the University of Oregon, Western Oregon University, Kookmin University in South Korea, EXOS (formerly Athletes’ Performance), PerformBetter, National Personal Trainers Institute, and other private institutions. He presents nationally and internationally for organizations such as NSCA, NATA, and the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM). His motor control and motor learning systems can be seen at and, his corrective exercise strategies at, and his clinical systems at

British Columbia Provincial Director

Sheila Hamilton, CK-FMS, FMS 2, RKC, TPI 1, NSCA-CPT

Sheila Hamilton

Sheila Hamilton currently owns and operates a 3,500 square foot fitness training facility with her team of five employees in North Vancouver, BC, Canada called It’s Time! Fitness Results. Previously she worked as a Registered Nurse in the Leukemia and Bone Marrow Transplant Unit. She transitioned to a career as a personal trainer in 2004, and opened It’s Time! Fitness Results in 2012. Realizing the importance of staying current with research and education is a professional responsibility to her, Hamilton strives to keep her learning current by attending many continuing education events yearly so she can keep leading her staff and clients.

Idaho State Director

Mark Campbell, CSCS

Mark Campbell

Mark Campbell is entering his ninth season as the Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for Idaho State University. He is in charge of overseeing the strength and conditioning program for Idaho State’s 14 Division I athletic programs. Campbell brings 26 years of coaching experience and has 10 national certifications, including the Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist® (CSCS®) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), the Personal Fitness Trainer through Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA), and the Certificated Fitness Specialist through the Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA) among others. Prior to coming to Idaho State, Campbell spent four years as a Strength and Conditioning Coach Consultant for Pocatello School District 25 while also serving as a football (linebacker) coach at Highland High School in Pocatello, ID. Campbell started his own training company called Total Sports Conditioning. He later combined it with Targitfit and Marty Hoge to encourage the development of fitness and training among athletes and training enthusiast.

Washington State Director

Dale Cannavan, PhD, CSCS,*D

Dale Cannavan

Dale Cannavan is the Assistant Professor in the Department of Health and Human Performance at Seattle Pacific University. An international speaker and university lecturer, Cannavan also served in the British Army for 13 years as a Physical Training Instructor. He has been involved in strength and conditioning for over 20 years and owns a successful personal training business in London, UK. Cannavan completed his PhD in Biomechanics and Exercise Physiology in 2008. He has been the Washington State Director for the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) since 2009. His research interests include the plasticity of the neuromuscular system to different training modalities, exercise and cancer rehabilitation, and the effects of posture on optimal muscle performance. He has co-authored numerous peer-reviewed articles on the topic of strength and conditioning and co-authored a book chapter on strength testing for the British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences.