Meet Our Team
Associate Professor & Sport Scientist
Dr. Kelly Lockwood is the President and Lead Scientist of The Skating Lab Inc. She is also a Professor in the Department of Kinesiology at Brock University. Dr. Lockwood has been working with athletes for over 35 years. Her extensive experience in Sport Biomechanics, Exercise Physiology, Long Term Athletic development and High Performance has been blended into the proprietary training programs offered by The Skating Lab. This combination of expertise and experience provides each Skating Lab participant with optimal assessment utilities and training methodologies for development in all on-ice sports.
Bachelor of Recreation & Leisure Studies (Manager)
Rodney Winchester has been an integral part of growing The Skating Lab and is essentially the face of TSL – Burlington. He has a long history of both experience and passion for the sport of hockey, as an athlete, a trainer, a coach and an administrator. He has worked with grassroots through professional development and share the same design for all athletes – he aspires to assist in making every client that walk through the door in becoming better! Rodney graduated from Sheridan College ’99 in Police Education and has a degree from Brock University ‘2004 in Recreation and Leisure Studies. He is married with a young family of 4 children, two of them actively involved in hockey, the other two are great cheerleaders for their big brothers! When the athletes are in working with Rodney he wants nothing more than for them to work hard, have a great time and become better athletes.
Geoff Slemon is a graduate from Brock University in Physical Education (2017). He is also a Registered Kinesiologist with the College of Kinesiologists of Ontario. Throughout his studies, Geoff focused on courses in exercise physiology, biomechanics and training and conditioning. He worked at the On Ice Performance Lab with Dr. Lockwood and joined The Skating Lab Burlington in (insert year). Geoff has played competitive hockey for upwards of 20 years and continues to skate on a regular basis. He strives to pass on his passion and knowledge of both the game and science to our athletes to maximize their potential on the ice.