OLY WOD was created to guide and support athletes of all levels to become stronger versions of themselves.
OLY WOD is an online resource for Strength connoisseurs and Weightlifting enthusiasts alike. Our expert coaches are passionate about the sport of Olympic Weightlifting and are motivated to share some of the best lifting programs and technical insights available on the web. Combined with the nutrition expertise of The Nutrition Tank, we now offer one of the most comprehensive online programs available for optimizing performance.
Learn more about our online weightlifting coaching and nutrition services to find a program that best suits your goals. You can also check out our free video gallery and blog for other helpful tips and tutorials to help you on your journey to become a healthier, stronger you.
Meet our Team
Bryan is one of the most knowledgeable and sought after Strength and Development coaches in the professional sports industry. Known for his unique ability to help athletes break through plateaus and set new personal records, Marshall has trained hundreds of athletes to date including many NHL, NFL and CFL players. In addition to training pros privately, he currently consults as a Strength Coach in the NHL… Read more about Bryan
Jocie’s passion for helping people live healthier lives has always been the driving force around her career decisions. Holding a degree in Food and Nutrition from Ryerson University and certification through Precision Nutrition’s Exercise Nutrition Program, she has developed a well rounded and comprehensive approach to nutrition and health… Read more about Jocie
In 2009, Naomi started lifting under the watchful eye of Olympian, Abdallah Alsebaai. She worked her way up to become a top 58kg lifter in Ontario and competed on a National platform in 2013. In 2014 after a career highlight of competing at the Arnold Classic, Naomi took a step back from competing, and transitioned into coaching with coach Bryan Marshall as her mentor… Read more about Naomi
Taylor started Olympic Weightlifting in 2008 and worked hard to place at Provincial and National level competitions on both junio and senior teams. In 2014, she joined the Fitness and Health Promotion Program at George Brown College. In August 2014, she also qualified for her first international competition where she hit the qualifying total to attend the World University Championships… Read more about Taylor