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Mark Oxer, MSc, CSCS, CPT is a Chartered Professional Coach (ChPC) and a member of the Canadian Sport Psychology Association who received his Master's degree in Strength and Conditioning from the University of Central Lancashire where he graduated with Distinction. Mark has been a university lecturer in the faculty of kinesiology for over ten years and has worked in the fitness industry for more than fifteen years, during which time he; trained both Municipal and Federal police and was a strength and conditioning coach for amateur, collegiate, professional and Olympic athletes. Mark has coached Provincial, National, and International-level athletes in various sports, including being a head coach with Team Manitoba Powerlifting, Team Canada Powerlifting, Assistant Coach with the Canadian Armed Forces Women's National Soccer Team, and Assistant Coach with Team Canada Disc Golf.


Mark is a passionate disc golfer and has played the sport in multiple countries. In addition to playing the sport competitively,  Mark has also been actively involved in growing the sport in various leadership capacities, most recently as an assistant coach for Team Canada at the 2022 World Team Disc Golf Championships, in which Canada earned a bronze medal. Furthermore, Mark is also currently pursuing a Doctorate in Elite Performance with a focus on coaching within the sport of disc golf.

Mark has also earned a Master's in Leadership and Management from Seminary and has served as a Guest Lecturer at Christian post-secondary institutions. Additionally, Mark has served in a variety of ministry positions and worked with both church and parachurch ministry organizations over the past 25 years.

Finally, Mark is a board gaming enthusiast and has been competing in board game tournaments at the: local, regional, national and international levels for over 15 years. During his time competing Mark has: won the Catan Canadian Championships (2005), won the Catan Masters Championship (2013), participated in the Catan World Championships (2005), and was a top 4 finalist at the Monopoly Canadian Championships (2015).



He is an incredibly warm and open person with a really interesting story that is relatable to many types of audiences

Wil McKaskle - Music City Disc Golf Podcast


Mark was both educational and entertaining, and provided helpful information for people seeking to become better than yesterday!

Paul Dyck - Better Than Yesterday Podcast


Mark was an A+ guest on my podcast! He’s interesting, engaging, and came prepared.

Brian Mitchell - The Maintaining Hope Podcast

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