My memory eludes me now-but I can’t recall if it was a coach or a teacher but the words they
spoke and later wrote down relating to hard work beating talent stuck with me to this day.
In fact the following 10 things require absolutely no talent at all, but can make a massive difference when applied!
A few weeks ago I was invited to be a special guest on the Wellness Couch Podcast to chat with the natural nutritionist Steph Lowe. I discussed some of the revolutionary techniques such as Functional Neurology and Neural Engagement Therapy we have been successfully implementing to reduce pain, enhance performance and accelerate recovery time.
With the growing emergence and popularity of female footballers and National AFL League starting next year. I thought I’d address some of the common myths, physiological and biomechanics differences and key areas that must be addressed to ensure female athletes reduce their risk of injury and optimise their performance.
I've been fortunate enough to train many elite female athletes including arguably one of Australia's best female AFL Footballers Katie Brennan..click below to read more
One of the amazing perks of my job as a strength and conditioning coach is the ability to meet and network with an amazing array of elite professionals in the professional sporting sector..having contacts at numerous elite clubs and institutes permits me the ability to gain access to some fantastic coaches and athletes that the general public usually are not privy to. I was recently interstate consulting with some of my athletes in Melbourne and talked Essendon footballer and USP Athlete Sam Michael into letting us follow him around for the day to see what goes on behind the scenes at Essendon
A few weeks ago one of our young gun footballers in our junior elite coaching program broke an unofficial world record in the Chin Ups-11 year old Kobe Cumming busted out 23 chin ups.
Click below to check out the Video of Kobes breaking attempt record.