Rosie Kelly

Born and raised in Muskoka, Rosie embraced sport participation at a young age.  She achieved high performance as a hockey goal-tender and was recruited to the North Bay Ice Boltz Midget AA team while she finished her high school diploma at BMLSS.  Her hockey skill and drive abilities led to a scholarship at Liberty University in Virginia for three years, where she was recognized as an All-American.  After suffering from an injury, Rosie became passionate in sport rehabilitation and strength and conditioning.  Rosie returned to Canada and to finish her bachelors degree in Kinesiology at the Ontario Tech University. Rosie is now a registered kinesiologist with the CKO and holds certifications with Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology.  Rosie continues to work as a high performance hockey technical coach and a strength and conditioning expert while studying medicine at the CCNM.  Furthermore, Rosie is developing her clinical skills by facilitating fuelling, strength and conditioning programming strategies with The SportLab.


BHScKin – Ontario Tech University
CSEP-CPT Pre and Postnatal Exercise Specialization


North Bay Ice Boltz AA Hockey
Liberty University ACHA D1 – National Championships and All-American

Recent Posts

Safeguarding the Game: The Role of Cutting-Edge Protective Hockey Equipment in Preventing Concussive Injuries

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Guarding the Brain: The Crucial Role of Normative Testing in Concussion Assessment

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Understanding the Significance of Recognizing Delayed Onset of Concussion Symptoms: Insights from the 2023 Consensus Statement

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