Sandy Houston received his BPE and MSc (Kinesiology) degrees from Dalhousie University. His focus was on human performance under various exercise conditions.
Sandy has worked with all age groups for general fitness, high risk individuals ( diabetic, asthmatic and survivors of heart attacks), competitive and recreational athletics and those with special exercise needs due to acute and chronic injury, mostly in a rehabilitation setting.
In 1985, Sandy co-authored and published “Tubing-A New Way to a Great Shape” which provided a portable, low cost guide for those interested in strength training. He has focused on helping those suffering from osteoarthritis to find suitable conservative treatment options to help stay mobile and live with less pain. Orthopedic bracing has been his focus to help achieve this.
Sandy enjoys swimming, weight training, hiking, cycling and golfing in his free time. He is a certified Schwinn Indoor Cycling instructor.