I believe a strength and conditioning programme serves two equally important purposes in the context of an athlete’s development:
It presents an environment in which an individual can become more robust (less prone to injury) by developing strength, flexibility, mobility and many other physical qualities associated with improved sporting performance.
It serves as excellent platform where one can practise and learn the basic principles that help promote a healthful, sustainable and high-performance lifestyle.
As an advocate of strength and conditioning as a means of self-improvement, I aim to develop and deliver S&C programmes that promote a consistent, simple, systemic and process-driven approach in service of an individual’s goals.
I strive to adopt an approach that is aligned with my personal strengths of humour and honesty, to remain adaptable, and to help my athletes on their own unique journey in the ways I am best suited to do so.