Accredited Exercise Physiologist / Sports Scientist
Reggie graduated from University of Queensland in 2016 with a Bachelor of Exercise & Sports Science majoring in Clinical Exercise Physiology. His honours project was completed in the field of Exercise Oncology, looking specifically at the effects of high intensity interval training (HIIT) on a variety of blood measures.
With a strong background in strength & conditioning for a variety of sporting populations, he brings with him an in depth understanding of the training demands of athletes ranging from developmental to Olympic levels. He also has a passion for competitive weightlifting and using a combination of physiologic assessment and scientifically backed principles to achieve athletic performance goals. He has a special interest in treating musculoskeletal dysfunction, emphasising the correction of total body biomechanics to enhance movement quality. He also likes to work closely with General Practitioners to develop targeted lifestyle interventions for a range of chronic and complex conditions including: obesity, osteoporosis, arthritis, dementia and cancers, in addition to neurological, cardiovascular, metabolic, pulmonary and mental health disorders.
Reggie thoroughly believes that exercise is medicine and that educating and empowering people to self-manage their existing injuries and prevent future health concerns is of paramount importance to leading a healthy fulfilling life.