Jerret Laycock.

In 2013, Jerret received his Bachelor of Sciences Degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from Acadia University. While at Acadia, he played Football for four years in multiple positions, helping the Axmen win back to back AUS championships! Jerret says being a staff member at Blended reminds him of the same type of teamwork necessary to be a great or championship caliber team. It takes trust, communication, commitment, and a lot of passion and grit. He has always been a big team player and is certainly proud to be a part of such a driven and hard-working team at Blended Athletics.

Jerret uses a wide variety of skills and techniques he learned throughout his strength and conditioning experience, athletic career, and nutrition degree, to create a safe and challenging training environment for anyone. He puts an early emphasis on mobility drills and unilateral exercises to develop a stable foundation for the long term athletic development towards greater body control, speed, and power production. Jerret constantly preaches the importance of nutrition and believes it is a crucial component to continued progress and helps achieve any physical goal. Jerret would say he is a great coach for the beginner and the experienced athlete alike.

Jerret’s pursuit of excellence is to never stop learning to become a great and wise mentor, coach, and athlete. He is driven by the constant need to grow and learn new skills that he can share with his clients and colleagues. Jerret has found that progress is like climbing a mountain - It is never easy, so you need to stay focused. There is always a chance to stumble and slide backwards, but the higher you continue to climb, the sweeter the view when you stop to look!



ABSc. Nutrition and Dietetics Degree from Acadia University
NSCA – Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist
NSCA – Certified Personal Trainer
Functional Range Conditioning Certification




The overall experience is fantastic,  Jerret is upbeat everyday and always organized in his planning of our workouts.

- Brad Sullivan

I am a professional MMA fighter and I had a few muscular imbalances when I first started. Jerret has helped me to almost completely eliminate the shoulder problems I have had as well as my weak ankle, which was also a chronic problem. The overall experience is fantastic,  Jerret is upbeat everyday and always organized in his planning of our workouts. I have notice considerable strength changes especially when applied to my sport. I would definitely recommend it to anyone looking to get better quality of life or if you need any imbalances corrected.


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