Dean Somerset, CSCS


Dean Somerset is an exercise physiologist working through the Canadian Society of Exercise Physiologists. He works as a strength and conditioning specialist through the NSCA and is a medical and rehabilitation coordinator for World Health Clubs across Alberta, Canada.

Dean is based in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. He works with clients who have had joint replacements and reconstructive surgeries. He's consulted cancer patients, weekend warriors battling chronic injuries, professional hockey teams, and Olympic gold medalists.

Dean received a Bachelor's of Science degree in kinesiology from the University of Alberta, has worked in the fitness industry for more than a decade, and teaches seminars to trainers across North America.

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