WHO WE ARE
Elite Strength Academy is a 24/7 Health & Fitness Facility that specializes in strength training for general health, Strongman, Powerlifting, Bodybuilding and Sports Specific Training.
We are also an affiliate with the Strongfit Icelandic Strength Systems and
offer Certifications and Strongfit Bootcamps.
Elite Strength Academy is Saint Stephen's Premier Training Facility for
athletes, providing sport-specific performance training by certified
coaches and trainers. Our physical preparation programs are designed
to take the athletes to a new level of development in his or her sport.
We offer Sports Specific Training programs for Hockey, Baseball,
Football and of course the strength sports of STRONGMAN and
Our programs offer each athlete the opportunity to enhance speed,
power, multi-direction quickness, conditioning, and flexibility through a
combination of strength training, power training, plyometric and agility
work. These workouts are designed specifically for the individual
athlete's needs offering the individualized instruction necessary to
WHAT MAKES ESA UNIQUE?
Elite Strength Academy has the best training tools in our facility and
coaching in the region. Each athlete's program is uniquely designed
according to their specific goals.
WORLD'S STRONGEST LAWYER & AXLE DEADLIFT WORLD RECORD HOLDER
Haley is a Canadian Lawyer and Certified Strongfit Coach and Elite World Class Professional Powerlifter and Professional Strongwoman. In Powerlifting Haley has won the 2017 IPA World Powerlifting Championships and has the heaviest Deadlift in Canadian Powerlifting history. In 2018 Haley started competing in Strongwoman and has gone on to win the 2020 CAASA National Championship earning her Professional Status. Haley is also a 2x World's Strongest Woman Finalist as well as setting the Strongwoman World Record in the Axle Deadlift. Haley has recently gone on to deadlift more then 600 pounds raw for reps and was also invited to compete at the first ever Arnold's Rogue Record Breakers Elephant Bar Deadlift.
Haley has always been very involved in athletics since a young age. Haley's passion as a teenager was Baseball where she was a power hitter and she Won a National Championship and Represented Canada at the Little League World Series Championships at 16 years old.
After Baseball ended Haley wanted to still be active in something. So Haley started training at Elite Strength Academy where her younger brother was being coached by Derek Randall. Haley quickly begin to love strength training and began to attend various strength seminars and clinics and internship under Coach Derek Randall. Since then Haley has grown to love Strength Sports. She has become a certified coach and has done strength seminars locally as well as team up with Strongfit with the Icelantic Strength Systems. Haley is now a co-owner of Elite Strength Academy.
Haley's goal is to help promote and empower women in strength sports and continue to learn and share her knowledge with others.
2020 CAASA NATIONAL CHAMPION - 1ST
2019 OSG WORLD'S STRONGEST WOMAN - 8TH
2019 NORTH CAROLINA STRONGEST WOMAN - 1ST
2018 OSG WORLD'S STRONGEST WOMAN - 8TH
2017 IPA WORLD POWERLIFTING CHAMPIONSHIPS - 1ST
2017 IPA CANADIAN CHAMPIONSHIPS - 1ST
2017 IPA WORLD POWERLIFTING CHAMPION
2X WORLD'S STRONGEST MAN CHAMPIONSHIPS 105KG QUALIFIED
Derek is a Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist and Strongfit Coach with over 15 years of experience training athletes and teams from the Minor levels, Junior, Collegiate and up to the Professional levels such as the AHL, NHL, CFL, NFL. Derek has a passion for Strength and Conditioning and has many certifications related to athletic performance and nutrition including Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist, P.I.C.P and many more as well as he continues to educated himself by attending various seminars and coaching clinics. Derek is also Certified in Sports Massages and offers Deep Tissue, Cupping, Muscle Scraping (Graston), Active Release Therapy Technique and Active Stretching.
Derek found a passion for Strength Sports at the age of 22 while still serving in the Canadian Armed Forces. He always watched Strongman shows on TSN and wanted to compete in a strongman show one day. In 2008 Derek competed in his first show and went on to compete at the Provincial level in Strongman winning a few shows and placing 10th in the Ontario as a super heavyweight. Derek then came across powerlifting in 2009 by way of the Canadian National Law Enforcement Games where he competed and Won. He then went on to compete at the Open National and World level and has won 3 National Championships and a World Championship in 2017. In 2019 Derek decided to compete in Strongman again in the light heavyweight class and placed tied for 1st at the Ontario Championships losing on count back placing 2nd. Derek has qualified to compete in both the Light Heavyweight National Championships and the World's Strongest Man Championships