At PTC South Melbourne we have highly experienced strength coaches.
Our coaching team is led by some of the most highly experienced strength coaches in Australia. At PTC South Melbourne the training principles are undermined by fundamental programming concepts. We pride ourselves in utilising the athletes’ individual abilities, potential and circumstances, to achieve optimal strength gains. Our athletes have benefited greatly from our coaches’ keen eye for detail, particularly biomechanics specific to lifting. No two athletes are the same, but every athlete has the potential to become stronger version of themselves – our role as coaches is to catalyse this process.
Located within close proximity to Clarendon Street and only a tram ride away from Melbourne CBD, there is really no excuse to get stronger.
Currently home to some of Melbourne’s strongest powerlifters, we pride ourselves on our close knit iron family of varying strength levels and backgrounds – from beginners to elite lifters. We have novice lifters with little background in strength sports achieve impressive numbers under the watchful eye of our coaches.
Andrew comes from a background of competitive basketball and extensive experience in individualized coaching. With a strong interest in the nuts and bolts behind building stronger bodies, Andrew has played a pivotal role in coaching many lifters towards achieving optimal strength gains despite their unfavorable circumstances e.g. injuries. His strong alliance with respected health professionals reinforces his holistic evidence-based approach towards strength training.
Alex is the current resident coach at PTC South Melbourne, providing specific and individualised programming and guidance to powerlifters. His impressive powerlifting competition experience provides him with invaluable insight into strength training and competition preparation. In addition, Alex has prior studies in exercise science and sports coaching. This combination has been instrumental to his effective coaching skills in assessing lifters’ movement/technique and rectifying their weaknesses.