Sam Fujimagari

Sam is Totum’s Youth Performance Coordinator and Head Coach of the Totum Youth Training Academy, a program designed for competitive athletes to enhance physical literacy, fundamental movement skills, injury protection and performance enhancement.

Sam graduated with a BSc. (Hons) in Kinesiology from York University, and is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the National Strength and Conditioning Association, and  Youth Fitness Specialist by the International Youth Conditioning Association. Sam has extensive experience in working with youth, and is passionate about injury protection, performance enhancement and empowering young athletes with knowledge and practical skills.

Sam has experience training professional athletes, Olympians, and collegiate athletes with the University of Toronto’s Varsity Blues and FITS Toronto’s High Performance Program. She has also been able to work for various youth sport organizations at all levels including Community Kicks!, the Toronto FC, and Toronto Raptors.

Formal Education/Primary Certifications

  • BSc. Kinesiology (Hons), York University
  • Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist, National Strength & Conditioning Association
  • Youth Fitness Specialist, International Youth Conditioning Association
  • C-Licence, Canadian Soccer Association


  • Technical Coach & Strength and Conditioning Coach, North Toronto Soccer Club
  • Strength & Conditioning Coach, University of Toronto – Varsity Blues
  • Athlete Development Coach, FITS Toronto

Additional Credentials

  • Standard First Aid- CPR Level C
  • C-Licence, Canadian Soccer Association
  • Children’s Licence (candidate), Canadian Soccer Association
  • Making Ethical Decisions, Coaching Association of Canada
  • Respect in Sport, Coaching Association of Canada
  • Making Headway in Sport, Coaching Association of Canada