Tanner Pearce is the CEO and founder of Total Potential. Growing up, he played nearly every sport possible – football, basketball, lacrosse, hockey, soccer and volleyball. He always wanted to try them all. As he got older, he played football and lacrosse competitively at a national level. After graduating high school he received a scholarship to SFU for football. At this point he did not fully know what he wanted to do with his life beyond sports. Sadly, within his first year of playing football at SFU his career came to an end shortly after it started. He got a helmet to the knee which resulted in him getting a knee transplant at the young age of 19. Although at the time it was seen as such a negative time in his life, through much adversity, he is proud to say that moment is now seen as a blessing in disguise. From Physiotherapists helping him learn to walk again, too Registered Massage Therapists reducing his pain, and everyone in between – his life had changed for the better. Despite the fact it is not the same as the life he once lived, it is now a life filled with passion and determination to help people in the position he too was once in. He figured that if he could do that for other people on a daily basis, it would be a pretty amazing feeling. For the past 5 years he has devoted his time to becoming an RMT and has had the chance to help people everyday. He started this business to not only give back to the community but to help people reach their Total Potential by living a happy and healthy life.