Brent Day Image

Education / Credentials 

Edith Cowan University, 2007, M.Sc., Exercise Science

Trinity Western University, 2003, B.HKIN, Kinesiology




Courses Taught at Langara

KINS 1100 - Biodynamics of Physical Activity; KINS 1120 - Health and Exercise Management

KINS 2030 - Physical Activity, Health, and Wellness; KINS 3303 - High Performance Strength and Conditioning 

Areas of Interest

  • Brent is active in the Strength and Conditioning community as a consultant for various teams and athletes. Some of the specific areas Brent works in include lab and field testing to create athletic profiles, and designing and implementing training programs that can be applied in a weight room or field setting
  • Research interests include how strength and conditioning concepts can enhance health and human performance, as well as identifying pragmatic concepts for utilizing sport science in applied settings. This research is done through the Applied Human Performance Research Team

Teaching Experience

Langara College, Department of Kinesiology, 2008-Present

Douglas College, Department of Sports Science, 2009-2012

Academic / College / Community / Research Involvement 

  • Langara College, Kinesiology, Department Chair, 2018-2021
  • Member of the Applied Human Performance Research Team, Department of Kinesiology
  • Canadian Strength and Conditioning Association Advisory Team Member
  • Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, NSCA
  • Practicing Kinesiologist, BCAK
  • NCCP Level 3 Certified 

Sport / Activity Background / Hobbies 

  • Strength and Conditioning Coach, UBC Women's Basketball, 2003-2005
  • Assistant Men's Basketball Coach, Langara College, 2006-2008