The TriForce Story
TriForce started about 20 years ago, when Brooke and Jenn first met at their babysitter’s house. They've always shared a passion for an active, healthy lifestyle through sports and trying out new recipes (even to the point of catching the microwave on fire!). After going through schooling, in different concentrations, they've decided that their true passion lies in helping others achieve what they have: health and happiness.
That is why TriForce strives to offer top-of-the-line preventative health services in nutrition, physical and mental health at an affordable cost—we want to ensure that everyone who wants to make a positive change in their life has the ability to do so. Our goal is to create a facility that offers services for all components of health and well-being, and cultivate a community of healthy and happy individuals-- WELCOME!
Meet Our Team
Brooke Singleton, BSc
BSc in Education, McGill University '14
RYT 200 hour Yoga Certification- Yoga Alliance
CanFitPro Personal Training Specialist, 2015-Present
Kidding Around Yoga Certification, 2015-Present
Why become a health coach? Being a health coach gives me an opportunity to contribute back to my community. I also like the challenge of changing the stigma of what is means and takes to be 'fit'.
Training style/ specialties:
-Yoga (adults and children)
What do you love about TriForce? So many things! I especially love our TriForce community- everyone is so welcoming and supportive of others. #triforcefamily
Quick Fit Tip? Reward your body and move EVERY day! Whether that means taking a walk, a TriForce class, yoga or running after your children!
Fav foods? Salmon with my speciality salsa: avocado, mango, tomato, lime juice and pepper
Hobbies outside TriForce? Anything outdoors (rollerblading, hiking, etc) and teaching my elementary/high school students
Jenn Nedow, MSc
BSc Kinesiology & Clinical Exercise Physiology, Concordia University '21
MSc in Biotechnology, Brown University '15
BA Health and Human Biology, Brown University '14
Precision Nutrition, Level 1, 2017
Strength and Conditioning Intern, Brown University, 2014
Badminton Strength Conditioning Coach, Wheeler High School, 2014
Wrestling Training Advisor, Moses Brown High School, 2013-2016
D1 hockey player, captain senior year, Brown University, 2010-2014
Why become a health coach? Preventative health is vital to the quantity and QUALITY of life, however it's currently treated as a commodity. Information or gyms that are affordable can leave folks confused, unmotivated and stuck. I want to be a helping hand to show people that achieving the health and lifestyle they want is easy, affordable AND enjoyable!
Training style/ specialties:
- Strength and conditioning, particularly related to athletic performance
What do you love about TriForce? The community and self-realizations. No matter the day, I always leave with a BIG smile on my face-- which is even bigger when people realize how truly able and powerful they are. Nothing like incredibly surprised and excited faces after hitting a heavier weight or performing a new exercise they never thought they would ever be able to do!
Quick Fit Tip? Find a way of moving and eating that you ENJOY.
Fav foods? Anything I can dip: chips+ dip, veggies+ hummus, meat+ mashed potatoes, fruit+ peanut butter- cocoa powder spread
Hobbies outside TriForce? Eating Grant's newest food creation, sports- hockey, [beach] volleyball, basketball; hiking, traveling.
Grant Overcashier, BSc
BSc Athletic Therapy, Concordia University '22
BA Health and Human Biology, Brown University '13
CanFitPro Personal Training Specialist
Personal Training for Seniors Level 1 (Fall Prevention)
Head Wrestling Coach, Moses Brown High School 2013-2016
D1 Wrestler, Brown University, 2008-2013
Why become a health coach? After working as a medical scribe in the ER, I saw first hand on how important simple, quality preventative care is on health outcomes. Coupled with my love for athletics, promoting preventative health through fitness and nutrition is a dream come true as an athletic therapist.
Training style/ specialties: My style of training is a mixture of both "Tough Love" and laughter ^_^. My main specialties are rehabilitation and functional training.
What do you love about TriForce? The family atmosphere! It is such a joy to have conversations with our members. The strength training accompanied with our "community" activities and atmosphere makes Triforce such an unique place.
Quick Fit Tip? Training with a friend is the best way to keep yourself both motivated and accountable for reaching your goals.
Fav foods? Steak, veggies and hummus-Yum!
Hobbies outside TriForce? Cooking, traveling, kayaking and going on hikes!