About us


At Saltus, our vision is you living life to the fullest through athletic achievement.  Our role is to help you develop the physical literacy, athleticism, and mindset to achieve your goals. Through the use of science-driven training methods, we’ll help you remain injury-free, and performing to your fullest potential.  Confidence, autonomy, and greater life enjoyment are some of the side effects of discovering what your body & mind are capable of.  Our culture of discipline, excellence, and hard work, while having fun along the way will get you there.





MKin, CSCS, FMS 2, FRCms, RMP 2
With a passion for helping athletes achieve their goals in sport, Sean founded Saltus Athletic Academy with a vision of developing physically and mentally tough, well-rounded, fundamentally sound athletes via scientifically proven strength & conditioning training. Sean has experience working athletes from the elite youth athlete, to the NCAA Division 1, CIS, National and Professional Level athlete in sports such as basketball, soccer, volleyball, soccer, rugby, hockey, swimming, track & field, rowing, karate, and triathlon. He has also had the opportunity of participating in the annual fitness testing for the Vancouver Canucks. Sean has been a contributing writer for NorthPoleHoops.com, and is the strength & conditioning coach for West Point Grey Academy.


Miguel graduated from the University of British Columbia in 2016 with a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology. In his time working at Saltus, he has worked with athletes at the national team, professional, university/collegiate (NCAA division 1, USports, CCAA), Masters, high school, youth, and general fitness populations. He chose this profession because of his keen interest in achieving the most out of one’s genetic potential, and improving the culture of physical preparation both in Canada and his home country of the Philippines. Whether you are a professional athlete or weekend warrior (and everything in between), he believes you can train with a high performance mindset.

Clarence Le

Clarence Le has worked with an extensive range of the general and athletic population ranging from the youth to elderly and grassroots to national and Olympic levels, in both rehabilitation and high performance settings Le concurrently works at the Richmond Olympic Oval in British Columbia, Canada and serves as the Regional Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Canadian Wheelchair Rugby Team in preparation for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Summer Games. Le has also coached the UBC’s Junior Rowing Team, Fusion FC, Vancouver FC, Citius Table Tennis Team, Greater Vancouver Canadians Division 1 golfers, and world-class figure skaters. Le, a certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, received his Bachelor’s of Kinesiology from the University of British Columbia, Vancouver. At UBC, Le interned at the Smith and Laycoe Varsity Training Center in 2016. Previously, Le graduated from Douglas College with a Diploma in Sports Science.