Call Us! 250-869-5748
2821 Fenwick Road, Kelowna, BC
Call Us! 250-869-5748
2821 Fenwick Road, Kelowna, BC



Kailee specializes in both online training / kaileecoaching, athletic training, one on one personal training and nutrition to Kelowna’s elite.


Through my education, certification and experience, it is my intent to provide the best training experience and meet the needs of each client. My goal is to improve and enhance performance and lifestyle through systematic training programs for both athletic teams and individuals.
RPM’s unique training approach focuses on structural balance, mobility, injury prevention/recovery, and specified training as the foundation to your success! RPM provides evaluation, assessment and the integration of the highest levels of: Athletic Assessments; Training and Education; Strength and Fitness Facility Access; and Elite Athletic Health and Nutrition Counselling.


The training journey starts with a functional movement assessment where we identify aspects of individual movement patterns, imbalances, or weaknesses. If needed, corrective exercises as well as core and joint stability exercises are provided. From there, athletes/individuals choose to train in a group or as an individual where training is periodized for performance progression
and recovery.


Kailee Ryan, BA Kinesiology, BA Ed, NAFC-Nutrition


Athletic Training and Education

Kailee pursued her Bachelor of Arts (B.A) Kinesiology/Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) through the University of Lethbridge, Alberta.


Athletic achievements include the following:


Red Bull Crashed Ice Western World Championships

For the second time Kailee qualified to attend and compete in the Red Bull Crashed Ice Western World Championships held in Quebec City March 2010 & 2011.

The Red Bull Crashed Iced event has become an international sensation with 140,000 spectators attending last year’s event. The race takes place on an elevated downhill track that runs through the heart of Quebec City and receives national and international media attention. In 2010 Kailee finished third overall at the Red Bull Crashed Ice championships and in 2011 she finished fourth overall. Kailee qualified first out of all the skaters at the 2011 Calgary qualifiers and was one of only twenty Canadian female athletes that qualified for the 2011 Championships in Quebec.


Butte, Montana
Kailee Ryan defeats Becky Maxwell of the Butte Fight CLub by TKO in the first round. Both opponents weighing in at 125lbs.

Calgary, British Columbia
First Female Cage Fighter in Calgary weighing in at 130lbs
Kailee Ryan (PFA) defeats Christine Blanchet of the Calgary Fight Club by submission at 1:55 of the 1st round


Competition can be a source of great personal triumph. There are no guarantees. The nature of the competition requires “risk taking”. Sometimes you may wind up being very disappointed because you did not do as well as you wanted to, or as well as you thought you deserved. Whatever happens, leave the audience with the impression that you are a gracious competitor, that you have dignity and class. The way that you present yourself and take your placement will be remembered long after people remember what place you took. In 2014, I also competed in Vancouver in the Krack Klassic Figure placing 6th overall and coming back to Kelowna strong competing in the Canadian Westerns and placing 2nd overall. All through this experience I had sponsors who supported me through this journey of athletic success.


  • Midget AAA female hockey
  • TEAM B.C hockey championships
  • University of Alberta, Edmonton
  • University of Lethbridge, Alberta
  • Dryland and structural balance for teams and individuals
  • Nutrition counselling
  • Team Goal Setting
  • Pre-post evaluations
  • On- ice testing and power skating