Rob Pacas spent over twenty years as the Director of the Birchmount Exceptional Athlete Program (B.E.A.P). Rob was responsible for training and working with over 200 student athletes each year from over 40 different sports organizations.
Before teaching, Rob was a National Champion and World University All Star at the University of Toronto. The Varsity Blues won a National Championship in Soccer in 1988, and his team was inducted into the University of Toronto Hall of Fame.
Rob spent over twenty-five years educating teachers through Additional Qualification (AQ) courses at both the University of Toronto and York University. Rob continues to conduct presentations on fitness and fitness topics for OFSSA, OPHEA and various Boards of Education. Rob travels across Ontario to educate teachers and students.
Athletes Rob has Worked With
Steven Stamkos | Tampa Bay Lightning N.H.L. 2 Time Rocket Richard Trophy Winner
Aaron Brown | Current Canadian 100m Champion and Olympic Bronze Medalist 2016 Olympics
Brittany Crew | Current Canadian Champion Women’s Shot Put. Olympian in 2016. Back to back Athlete of the Year at York University
Clifton Dawson | Running Back Indianapolis Colts, N.F.L. Ivy League Record Holder for Rushing and scoring, Harvard University
Wayne Simmonds | New Jersey Devils, M.V.P 2017 All-Star Game
Crispin Duenas | Competed in 3 Olympic Games Archery
Tyler Toffoli | L.A.Kings, N.H.L. 2013/14 Stanley Cup Champions
Devante Smith Pelly | Washington Capitals-2018/19 Stanley Cup Champions
Joanne Lye | Canadian Women’s Fastball Team. Current Coach at Bucknell University. Pan Am Gold 2015
Quinn Smith | Calgary Stampeders C.F.L. Grey Cup Champion 2018
Anthony Stewart | N.H.L. Finished his career with the Carolina Hurricanes
Garrett May | Volleyball Three time All-Canadian, World under 21 Beach Volleyball World Champion
Jen Cross | Volleyball All American at University of Michigan
Every single athlete Rob has trained, has a different story. Every athlete has worked hard to achieve their success. Fitness training for each athlete has come in multiple ways. Each and every athlete should be trained differently but given the same opportunities for a lifetime of Health and Happiness.