Gary Isaacs       Assistant to the Head Coach MAG

Gary currently coaches for the Men’s Artistic Gymnastics Program. He is a graduate of Advance Technique in Gymnastics from Seneca College where he received the student recognition award. His coaching philosophy is "Hard work pays off! The only thing that is stopping you from achieving your goals is you!" Gary is a certified coach for the Men’s Artistic Gymnastics at Level 4, Women’s Artistic Gymnastics at Level 3, and Trampoline at Level 2. Gary used to work at the Oakville Gymnastics Club for a year. He used to coach as an Assistant Head Coach for the Men’s Artistic Gymnastics in Gym Mississauga from 2003 to 2014. He coached for the Women’s Artistic Gymnastics at Provincial and Elite levels in Canada and Australia, and the Jr. Pan American Games in Houston, Texas. He was an instructor with Power Cheer Toronto. We are thrilled to have Gary back to the gym! 


 

Daniel Hernandez

Daniel strives to develop confident and technically well-prepared athletes. His strong passion for the sport motivates him to constantly learn new coaching techniques to produce better results in athletes. He is currently working towards MAG Level 3 Full Certification he also holds a BSc. in Actuarial Science.    


Nei Oliveira

Nei is a graduate of the Physical Education Program at the University of Viçosa in Brazil, where he also successfully completed his positions of Assistant Professor and Project Coach in artistic gymnastics. Additionally, he has worked as a choreographer of artistic gymnastics, and aerobics. Nei has coached artistic gymnastics and trampoline in the Olympic headquarters state of Minas Gerais in Brazil.  His other achievements include being a regional judge of aerobics, men’s and women’s artistic gymnastics, and trampoline, Technical Management by I ETFG/SEBRAE, as well as working as a recreational and competitive gymnastics coach. His personal highlight as a coach is attaining 2ND PLACE on Floor and 3RD All-Around at the Regional Games of Minas Gerais State! 


 

  

Martin Broadhurst

Martin began coaching in Manchester, in the North West of England, and has over 30 years coaching experience. As a National Judge, he had the honour of officiating at numerous English Championships, the Special Olympics, and the 2002 Commonwealth Games. Since he came to Canada in 2002, he has judged at the Jurassic Classic, and the Western Canada Summer Games.

As a coach, Martin accompanied the Ontario team to the Eastern Championships in 2010. He is a level 3 MAG coach.

“My main aim is to help build an even stronger Men’s Artistic Program, helping each individual and team member perform to the best of their abilities."