Meet Isaac & James, two of Longevity’s newest team members!

Meet Isaac.

Isaac will be joining our Exercise Physiology team at Marrickville.

Isaac completed a Bachelor of Applied Science (Exercise Physiology) at University of Sydney with First Class Honours. Since then, he has gained experience working alongside other allied health professionals to manage the chronic conditions of his clients.

Isaac strongly believes that ‘Exercise is Medicine’ and that exercise can be used to manage and prevent many chronic conditions and mental illnesses. He loves working with people to overcome barriers that are limiting people’s health and preventing them from achieving their goals.

“Isaacs’ focus is delivering high level care whether your goal is returning from injury, maintaining your health, improving performance, or beginning exercise.”

Isaac understands that regular exercise and keeping active is crucial for everyone. He particularly enjoys working with elderly populations to change their perception on exercise and achieve positive outcomes for their health. Additionally, Isaac has the experience and skills to help clients with mental illnesses.

Isaac also has experience working with clients with various conditions including musculoskeletal injuries, neurological, cardiovascular, and metabolic conditions.

Outside of his clinical Exercise Physiology experience, Isaac himself is a local soccer player and huge soccer fan. Exercise has been a big part of Isaacs’ life from a young age, and the hours spent in the early morning watching his favourite team instilled his passion to continue utilising sport and exercise to manage health.

Meet James.

James will be joining our Exercise Physiology team at Drummoyne.

James has been involved with high performance sport his whole life. Having played representative basketball since he was 11 years old, and refereeing basketball at a national level, he has first-hand experience in high performance physical demands.

James has previous experience working as an assistant strength and conditioning coach for the AFL, where he learnt the insides and out of professional sport. He has since made the shift to clinical exercise physiology and is bringing his years of experience and knowledge to the team.  

“Combining his knowledge of elite sport, and clinical practice, James is passionate about using exercise as medicine to help clients with a range of conditions so they can improve their quality of life.”

James has a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology (University of New England), Sport and Exercise Science (University of Technology Sydney), and is currently completing his Masters of Exercise Science – Strength and Conditioning (Edith Cowan University). Combining his knowledge of elite sport, and clinical practice, James is passionate about using exercise as medicine to help clients with a range of conditions so they can improve their quality of life.

James provides an individualised service and exercise program tailored towards client goals and holistic health. He has experience with all ages and exercise history levels, and has worked with a range of clients including mental health, musculoskeletal injuries, diabetes, and osteoporosis.  

 

 

If you want to work with one of our newest team members at our Marrickville or Dummoyne locations, give Longevity Exercise Physiology Edgecliff, Pymble, Marrickville, Randwick, Drummoyne, Balmain, Bella Vista, and Neutral Bay a call on 1300 964 002 today!