Growing up, Jackson competed in a variety of sports including Rugby League, Rugby Union, Basketball, Soccer, Volleyball, Tennis, Swimming and Cricket. However, it wasn’t until he started training in a gym setting whilst competing that he realised the importance of physical preparation and training in translating to better sporting performance.
His experience working with athletes has only furthered his belief of the importance of physical preparation in developing robustness and longevity in an athlete, with the ability to solve a multitude of scenarios, both physical and mental, that arise within competition and the ability to repeat this for long periods of time with decreased risk of setbacks or injury.
Jackson believes in the development of a well-rounded athlete, one who is proficient in expressing qualities of Speed, Power, Strength, Control and Movement Literacy within their sport but also one who displays strong character in their actions outside of competition and a willingness to get better. Most importantly though, Jackson believes that such training should be both competitive and enjoyable for the athlete.
Along with his role at Precision Athletica, Jackson is also the current Head Strength & Conditioning for the Wests Tigers Academy in the NRL Youth system.» View details
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
Justin is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist with a deep passion for endurance sports. Growing up, Justin excelled in long distance running at a young age before deciding to transition to swim, bike and run.
He is currently an active triathlete continuing to set new goals and put his methods into practice.
Justin utilises this passion to empower other athletes, valuing movement education and motivation to assist others with achieving their goals.
His educational approach combines consistency in training and quality in movement. Justin has a comprehensive understanding in joint and muscle imbalance, biomechanical movement patterning and continues to strive to improve his athletes at Precision Athletica.
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Kelsey is an Accredited Practising Dietitian, Sports Dietitian and Performance Nutritionist, who has a passion for assisting motivated individuals and athletes to understand the important role nutrition can play in their health, performance and recovery. Her nutritional approach is realistic, focuses on wholefoods and emphasises the importance of enjoying food whilst fuelling the body. She believes in the value of educating and empowering athletes and motivated individuals to make autonomous food choices that will help them to reach their goals.
Along with being the practicing Sports Dietitian at Precision Athletica, Kelsey is also the assistant dietitian at the NSW Waratahs (Rugby Union) and head of the nutrition program for the Women’s South Sydney Rabbitohs (Rugby League) team. Immersed in high-performance sport and through consultation, Kelsey is able to provide outstanding in-depth dietary analysis, individualised advice and personalised nutrition education.
Kelsey has a thorough understanding of the important role nutrition has in performance and recovery, understanding how a sportspersons nutritional intake can improve their performance and wellbeing, and is available for individual consultations every week at Precision Athletica.
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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
Nicola joins the Precision Athletica team with a wealth of Sports and Musculoskeletal experience behind her. She has been the Senior Physiotherapist at Cricket NSW for the past four years, working with elite NSW and Australian cricketers. During this time, she has piloted several research projects and developed programs for elite female athletes, helping them transition from an amateur status to professional athletes.
Prior to Cricket NSW, Nicola worked across a variety of High-Performance teams, including NSW Gymnastics, NSW Hockey, NSW Athletics and Youth Australian teams. Enjoying all aspects of sport, she has also worked extensively with amateur/ semi-professional athletes in Rugby Union, Rugby League, AFL, Ironman and endurance events.
Her love of learning and desire to continue expanding her knowledge base has lead Nicola to complete a Masters in both Sports and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy. She is also the Chairperson of the NSW Sports & Exercise Committee, a subgroup of the Australian Physiotherapy Association. Through this, Nicola advises on advocacy and professional development issues pertinent to the profession.
Nicola is passionate about helping athletes of all standards, ages and fitness achieve their full potential. Being an avid sports-fan herself, she has the experience of participating in many different sports and understands both the love of competing and the ambition to improve oneself in their chosen pursuit.
Combining her extensive experience, her knowledge and a drive to help people, she will assess each individual thoroughly and work with them, plus all the other expert staff at Precision Athletica, to rehabilitate, improve performance and support each individual to achieve their goals.» 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