You may best recognize me as a two-time Olympian in the sport of track & field. Now, as a coach and performance consultant, I am excited to share my experience and knowledge from a decade of competing on the World stage.
Next-level performances come from tapping into our current capacity on a daily basis and, in doing so, we continue to push new boundaries of potential far beyond our imagination. This is the Groundwork.
– Jessica Zelinka
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The "Dynamic Athlete" dryland sessions are lead by coach Jessica and colleagues.
These sessions are designed to train the elements dynamic movement in speed, power, and efficient movement patterns; a strong foundational base of all athletes from any sports background.
Training for Individuals, small or large group available. Offerings include, but are not limited to, off-season bootcamp training, seasonal dryland team support for organizations or clubs, or performance-specific technical training or individuals.
One-on-one consulting for those looking to challenge "Next-Level" aspirations to expand performance capabilities on and off the field.
Work alongside Jessica to uncover effective tools that are right for you to be able to successfully propel passed the areas that are holding you back from optimal performance.
Available for track and field specific event coaching. With my background in heptathlon (7 track & field events), this is my greatest passion. I have an immense understanding of all the events through my working with some of the best coaches in the world throughout my career and from training and competing on the National Team for over a decade.
Jessica Zelinka is a Canadian heptathlete, and 100m hurdler. Her personal best score is 6599 points for the heptathlon. She was the gold medalist at the 2007 Pan American Games. Zelinka won silver at the 2010 Commonwealth Games and repeated her silver medal at the 2014 Commonwealth Games. Zelinka qualified for her first Olympic Games in 2008 (Beijing), where she broke the Canadian record and placed 4th overall. Zelinka gave birth to her daughter, Anika in 2009 and returned to training with a new sense of purpose. In 2012, at the Olympic Trials, Zelinka broke her Canadian record in the heptathlon and two days later she won the Canadian title in the 100m hurdles. At the Olympic Games in London, Zelinka finished 5th in the heptathlon, then proceeded to race 3 rounds of hurdles to qualify for the 100m hurdle final, placing 7th.