COACHES

COLIN ROESZLER – Founder, Strength & Conditioning Coach

2016-02-20 17.15.00Colin is the Founder at Athletes’ Fuel Strength & Conditioning.  He brings application to training that is very comprehensive.  Colin is passionate for learning how to make his athletes better, and he continues to expand his extensive knowledge of functional anatomy through application in the training process.

Colin has North America’s top strength and conditioning certification; a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist from the National Strength & Conditioning Association.

Colin works with a wide range of athletes at Athletes’ Fuel Strength & Conditioning; from professional hockey players, NCAA, OHL and junior hockey players, CIS-OUA university athletes, high school athletes, and minor hockey players.

Colin was a strength & conditioning coach at the 2015 NHL/CHL Top Prospects Game and the 2014, 2015, 2016 & 2017 Under Armour OHL Combine.  The NHL/CHL Top Prospect Game hosts the top 40 NHL Draft-eligible players that play in the CHL.  The OHL Combine hosts the top 100 projected OHL Draft-eligible minor midget players from Ontario.  Here, Colin was part of administering the off-ice performance testing portions with other strength & conditioning coaches chosen from Ontario.

Colin received his Honours Bachelor degree from Wilfrid Laurier University, before completing his Bachelor of Education degree from the University of Windsor.  He is also a secondary school teacher in the Lambton-Kent District School Board.

TYLER ROESZLER – Hockey Skills Development Coach 

2016-02-20 10.52.18Tyler administers all of Athletes Fuel’s on-ice hockey skill development sessions, where he works with a wide range of players – professional, OHL, NCAA, CIS, junior, and minor hockey players.

He is currently the Player Development and Skills Coach for the Windsor Spitfires (OHL).  He has also been the Associate Head Coach of the University of Guelph Gryphons (CIS) Men’s Hockey Program, as well as the Head Coach of the Chatham Maroons (GOJHL).

Before his coaching career, Tyler played professional hockey with Almtuna (Sweden- Allsvenskan) for one season.  At the collegiate level, Tyler was a four-year letterman while playing for the Cornell University (NCAA-DI) Big Red Men’s Hockey Program.  In junior, Tyler was the WOHL Player of the Year and leading scorer in Ontario, amounting 113 points in 48 regular season games.

Tyler received his Honours Bachelor of Science degree from Cornell University.