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 »
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 »
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 »