Jason has excelled in numerous sports from a very early age. He played at state level tennis, cricket, touch football and snooker.
Tennis coaching since he was 15 years old, Jason uses his playing background, coaching knowledge and Exercise Physiology degree to head the Tennis Performance Program for Precision Athletica.
In addition, Jason is a Certified Tennis Performance Specialist (CTPS) from the International Tennis Performance Association (ITPA).
His other areas of expertise lie with correcting faulty movement patterns, biomechanical issues, joint instability and muscle imbalances to benefit athletic performance.
Jason is very outcome focussed, so when it comes to his athletes, achieving their goals is of paramount importantance» View details
Joe has been passionate about sports from a young age. As a player, he competed in numerous different codes, ranging from tennis and basketball, through to soccer and touch football.
His passion has always been Tennis and as such this was his primary past time, playing at a competitive amateur level during his teenage years.
Professionally as a physiotherapist, Joe’s expertise lie in finding the true cause of an athlete’s injury and through effective treatment being able to further improve their performance to achieve and surpass their goals.
This year Joe has started his Masters of Sports Physiotherapy at La Trobe University to further his clinical knowledge and looks forward to working closely with all of the athletes, coaches and support teams at Precision Athletica.» View details
For anything to improve first and foremost you must have and maintain a great mindset towards it. The vision with the work I do is to help others and myself take mastery of our minds and create great things life. Sport has always been a big part of my life and its inspiring to be working with sports people who are active, determined and playful in the world.» View details
Matt’s been a physio for over 20 years. In his earlier career, he was involved with the NRL (Eels, Sharks) and NBL (Razorbacks) as team physiotherapist, then close to a decade ago, Matt turned his focus to his personal sporting passion – golf.
Being a competitive golfer himself, Matt has an intimate understanding of the game, it’s challenges and the physical and mental requirements needed to unlock a players full potential.
Through association with Golf Australia, Golf NSW and Jack Newton Junior Golf, Matt has been an integral part in engineering three of the last four number one Australian amateur golfers. Not limited to high performance golf, Matt takes great pleasure helping players of all ages and abilities, to play more, play pain free and play at improved levels.
Now undertaking various research projects, Matt is leading the way in improving golf performance and reducing injury.
In short, Matt has the knowhow to help golfers become better athletes and achieve their goals, working effectively as part of their team, alongside coaches, parents, managers and other influences to get results.» View details
As an EXOS Performance Specialist, Nils passion for functionality and movement efficiency, coupled with an approach to improving strength and power, has become a career grounded in continually improving his athletes.
"I look forward to provide you with a strong base to reach your life and performance goals!"
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Pete leads the vision and strategic direction for Precision Athletica. He has built a company focused on optimising elite human performance.
Having been in the musculoskeletal industry for over 20 years, Pete has embraced the concept of truly interdisciplinary care with integrated performance training.
Pete has searched the globe for the best methods and practices in high performance sport. He has combined the principles of strength & conditioning from organisations like the NBA & NFL in the USA with the best of what Australia has to offer in research, diagnostics and musculoskeletal management.
Pete has brought together an exceptional team of professionals and has provided the ideal setting at Sydney Olympic Park for engineering Australia’s future elite athletes.» View details
APA Sports & Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
Associate Fellow, Australian College of Physiotherapists
Peter is an APA Sports & Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist. He is also a trainee within the Sports Specialisation program of the ACP. He has been a Senior Physiotherapist with the Australian Winter Olympic Team for the last 10 years and is High Performance Manager of Winter Sports at Precision Athletica, located in Sydney’s Olympic Park. Peter is Director of Sydney Sports & Spinal Physiotherapy and Co-Director of the Altitude Physiotherapy & Massage Group. He holds an academic position within the Faculty of Health Sciences at Australian Catholic University and is a past Chair of the NSW Chapter of Sports Physiotherapy Australia.
His 20 years of experience in the industry have seen him working with elite athletes in Europe, North America, the United Kingdom and Australia.
He has held appointments with the Scottish Institute of Sport and Scotland Rugby.
Having worked at the highest levels of amateur and professional sports, Peter knows what it takes to deliver consistent top performances. » View details
Stephanie has had a strong passion for fitness and nutrition from an early age, being heavily influenced by the healthy habits her family exposed her to. She was actively involved with swimming, dancing, gymnastics and karate until leaving high school, and then took an interest in competitive powerlifting after joining her local gym.
Through experimenting with her own diet to improve performance outcomes, Stephanie saw the value in using diet and supplementation strategies to achieve her own strength goals. Since graduating, she has worked with a variety of athletes to assist them in achieving their own performance, body composition and rehabilitation goals.
Stephanie’s goal in practicing as a dietitian is to assist athletes in achieving their own goals through optimal diet, supplementation and recovery strategies. She also aims to encourage people to adopt healthy habits as a part of their lifestyle, and base this on the principle of moderation and not deprivation» View details
Growing up Tyrell was always the child that couldn’t stay still and liked to explore by climbing things and trying out different sports at school. No matter what sport he competed in, he always had greatest interest when it came to martial arts and this led him to try Karate and later finding kickboxing and Muay Thai.
Tyrell’s love for the martial arts inspired him to complete a Bachelor in Health Science (Sports & Exercise) followed by a Master of Exercise Physiology at the University of Sydney.
With a mindset of always being a student and being open to learning new things, Tyrell pushed further into learning various striking disciplines and has now become a student of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu to further his knowledge.
Tyrell believes in order to grow and improve you must continuously face new challenges in order to become the best athlete you can be.» View details