Who we are

Welcome to Conviction Fitness!

Conviction Fitness was started in 2015 by Riley and Samira Nadoroznick. What began as a few friends training for a Spartan Race quickly grew into something much more.

Since opening our doors in 2015, we have been fortunate enough to work with all types of athletes and individuals. From world-class obstacle course racers and WHL drafted hockey players, to time-crunched parents looking to shed a few pounds, we've worked with people of all ages and athletic backgrounds.

We offer a calm, judgment free community where people can work to reach their unique goals.

We work hard, but we work smart.

Our philosophy differs from most other gyms.

We don't judge a workout by how sore or sweaty you are, but by how much you improve. The only thing that matters to us is helping you move closer to your goals.

We don't scream. We don't yell. We high five, have fun, and make progress.

Getting faster or stronger, or even shedding a few pounds, shouldn't leave you unable to walk or perform your duties as a parent or professional.

We give back generously.

Encouraging our members to give back to the community is important to us.

Through our Conviction Gives Back initiatives, we have managed to:

  • Raise and donate over $7,000 for a new fitness trail in Regina
  • Raise over 10,000 pounds of food and carry it over 10 miles to the Regina Food Bank through our annual Food Bank Beast
  • Complete 33,950 burpees in 24 hours to raise over 2,300 items for the Saskatchewan Association for Community Living
  • Donate over 2,191 items to Carmichael Outreach through our Help Out With Hill Sprints Challenge
  • Donate over $10,000 to Ignite Adult Learning Center

Our Coach

Riley Nadoroznick is an experienced coach and author who works with athletes across North America.

A former wrestler at the University of Regina, Riley now competes in a variety of strength and endurance events.

Growing up, Riley was never the biggest or fastest athlete, but he had big goals. He worked hard to earn a full athletic scholarship and knows what it takes to succeed. After his wrestling career was cut short due to injury, Riley never stopped learning, training, or competing.

When he’s not coaching or on an adventure with his wife and kids, Riley volunteers his time as a youth football coach and serves on multiple boards and volunteer organizations in his community.

Join our community.

If you're intersted to learn how we can help you reach your goals, please feel free to browse our various programs, or contact us for more information.

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