Leadership, dedication and confidence are just some of the qualities that make a stellar hockey coach. These qualities will be on constant display in Season Five of Hit The Ice. This year, John Chabot is joined by two other former NHLers whose willingness to bring each player to his full potential will impress and inspire viewers.
Stephanie is first and foremost an athlete. She was a competitive figure skater for 18 years and a competitive gymnast for 7 years. She now enjoys competing in Spartan Races, and 10km and ½ marathons, but most importantly, she works on establishing an optimal state of being through holistic nutrition, Yoga and exercise. Having been active in the fitness industry for 9 years, Frotten graduated from Carleton University with a Degree in Psychology while simultaneously working as a Personal Trainer and obtaining numerous certifications and specializations in Personal Training, Nutrition and Wellness, Health and Fitness Management, Yin Yoga, Restorative training and Performance Coaching. Stephanie is currently studying to be a Holistic Nutritionist at the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition. She is holistic in her approach to all avenues of fitness whether it be weight loss, athletic performance or rehabilitation. Stephanie is co-owner of EPIC Fitness, Ottawa’s go-to functional facility for private personal training. She is known to be a great mentor to up-and-coming Personal Trainers and is very active in the community, donating her time to the Make-A-Wish Foundation, the Ovarian Cancer Walk of Hope, the Power of Movement and the CIBC Run for the Cure to name a few. Her clients say that she is results-focused and professional. Her ultimate goal is to encourage more people to find a love for exercise and healthy living and to inspire more athletes to fine tune their performance by acquiring a holistic approach more so than a one-dimensional physical focus.