Elevate Your Performance with Strength and Conditioning
We offer Strength and Conditioning- a type of training that is designed to help individuals of all levels improve their physical performance and achieve their fitness goals. We work closely with you to develop tailored programs that address their specific needs and limitations.
Our Strength and Conditioning Program includes a range of rehabilitation programs that focus on building strength, improving flexibility, and enhancing overall physical conditioning. Our programs are designed to help you recover from injuries, injury prevention, improve running performance, preparation for competitions and improve overall physical performance.
Strength and Conditioning is designed to help you improve strength, mobility, and endurance in preparation for an upcoming competition or for your own enjoyment. Our team of experienced accredited health professionals work closely with you to create a personalised, elevated plan that is tailored to their fitness goals.
We understand that it is difficult to know what equipment to use, what muscles to train and how many times to train per week. That’s why when we create a training program for you. We sit down with you and talk about your diet, your occupation, your family, your lifestyle, your exercise interests and your medical history to create the perfect training schedule that is challenging, progressive and fun.
Sydney Injury Specialists is focused on providing you with the tools you need to achieve long-term success. Through consistent effort and commitment, you can achieve your goals and regain your confidence in your sporting performance or return to the gym.
See what our clients have to say about us
I couldn’t recommend Matisse enough! Took the time to listen to every facet of my medical history and was able to make me understand what was happening and how it can be improved. Her kind nature and enthusiasm about helping people makes sessions incredibly fun and personalised. I leave my sessions feeling accomplished and confident in myself! The facilities and vibe are exactly what I have been wanting and with Matisse’s expertise I am excited to see the improvements in my overall health as well as my specific medical needs.
Matisse impresses me with the care and professional approach to my personal aims and objectives and over a period of sessions she devised a suitable programme for me. I particularly enjoy her warm smile, friendly demeanour and positivity. Whilst some of the sessions are hard work her constant encouragement makes it all worthwhile. The excellent gym equipment and friendly environment is a further encouragement for me.
We encourage a patient-centred approach to recovery. If you are looking for a personalised service that caters to your particular injury and goals, book with us today to gain access to the services to help you to make smart health choices!
Health and sport has always been an integral part of my life and being an exercise physiologist allowed me to bring passion into my career. Being an elite athlete allowed me to become an athletics coach for the Special Olympics which cultivated my passion to help other people improve their movement through exercise. From there I completed a degree in Exercise Physiology (Honours) which allowed me to gain experience in many opportunities.
Yes you can! The great thing about Strength and Conditioning at SIS is that our highly experienced team members specialise in providing the foundations of strength to people of all levels and experiences. The purpose of the initial consultation is for us to get to you know so we can create a program for you that is safe, effective and fun.
While both strength and conditioning and HIIT involve high-intensity exercises, they are not the same. Strength and conditioning programs focus on building strength and endurance through resistance training and cardio exercises, while HIIT workouts are more focused on burning calories and improving cardiovascular fitness through short bursts of intense exercise.
The frequency of strength and conditioning exercises varies depending on the individual's fitness level and goals. It is recommended to do strength training exercises at least 2-3 times per week for optimal results.
Yes, strength and conditioning exercises can help to manage chronic pain by improving muscle strength and mobility, reducing inflammation, and improving overall physical function.
Yes, strength and conditioning exercises can be tailored to suit people of all ages and fitness levels. However, it is recommended to consult with a healthcare professional before starting any new exercise program, especially for older adults or those with pre-existing medical conditions.
Yes you can- if home training is more suitable for your schedule we can create you a program to complete at home. We do recommend completing regular appointments with our Exercise Physiologists as there is access to all equipment to optimise your progression.