Accredited Exercise Physiologist
Lindsays’ work focus includes:
- Athletic Development
- Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation
- Biomechanical analysis and assessments
- Chronic disease management
- General population weight loss and lifestyle modification
- Running mechanics and analysis
- Musculoskeletal and Cardiopulmonary rehabilitation
- Sports programming for recreational and professional athletes
- 3-years Personal Training at Goodlife
- 1-year Assistant Sprint Coaching
- 2-years Assistant Performance Analyst (sprinting)
As a long time sports player at school, Lindsay decided to pursue to career of Personal Training straight out of school to help people become more active and healthier through exercise. During his time as a Personal Trainer, Lindsay took an invested interest in clinical exercise for complications such as; diabetes, heart complications and injuries. To pursue this new found focus, Lindsay studied a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology graduating in 2014.
During this time Lindsay became heavily involved with sprinting and became a competitive runner in both the 100m and 200m. Three years in and Lindsay is still racing (gradually) towards his goal of placing in the final of the Stawell Gift. During his time of running, Lindsay became involved with the analysis of running mechanics and performed assistant duties for the Coach and Exercise Scientist. Currently Lindsay is studying a Masters in High Performance Sport to further his knowledge in training elite and recreational athletes.
Lindsay shares a great interest in helping all people from any walks of life; athletes, older populations, chronic disease or general population. He has a passion for educating clients, athletes and students whilst also taking an invested interest in his own learning. No matter the goal or the question, Lindsay is willing to help you and obtain success and become a healthier you.