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With a relentless passion for fitness and health, Aric Sudicky has propelled himself to the forefront of the Canadian fitness industry. While attending university he was a decorated student athlete, winning a national silver medal for varsity volleyball along with the prestigious “Silver Medallion” from the University of Calgary for graduating at the top of his class. With multiple certifications along with university education in biology, Aric is truly passionate about health, the human body and the ability to utilize science to better those around him.
Immediately out of university, Aric co-produced and hosted his personal DVD, Optimum Fitness & Nutrition and has since developed an Apple iphone application. He has also been extensively published as a fitness model in magazines such as Maximum Fitness, Inside Fitness and Exercise & Health, earning the nickname “Abs” along the way.
As a fitness professional, Aric is changing the face of personal training having launched Medically Integrated Personal Training at Medpoint Healthcare Centre, which has fully integrated exercise, nutrition and medicine for the first time in Canada. In addition to improving the health status of patients, Aric has established himself as an elite fitness competition coach, working with a variety of competitors such as current CBBF Figure Tall Champion Emily Zelinka and UFE Pro Fitness Model, Jet Black.
Respected for his humble character and genuine compassion for each individual he works with, Aric continues to exemplify what it means to be a well rounded contributor to the fitness industry. Aric is an ambassador for Canadian drug free bodybuilding and makes it clear that he is not only an accomplished model, but a true fitness professional who is dedicated to helping others achieve their goals in fitness and health.
In his free time, Aric enjoys serving abroad on Global Volunteer missions in Brazil and Peru. He will be returning to Peru in spring, 2011, teaching nutrition and water sanitation to children in Lima.