About Us


Currently the health and fitness industry is experiencing an incredible boom. The amount of information and opinions about training principles, exercise techniques and nutrition can often be overwhelming as well as misleading.

Slowly but surely people are beginning to recognise the importance that Strength and Conditioning programs (based on evidence and prescribed by qualified conditioning coaches) have when it comes to their health, movement, performance and injury prevention.

PEAQ Conditioning Coaching has been developed by Conditioning Coaches who have significant qualifications, combined with years of industry experience. They have recognised the substantial gap that lies between athletes at an elite level who have an abundance of resources to help them to achieve their optimal physiological performance; compared to athletes at a grass roots level who up to this point have lacked the opportunity to improve their physical performance to their greatest potential.

PEAQ aims to offer personalised, evidence-based, applied and qualified conditioning coaching to any athlete of any level, age or gender who aspires to improve the way they move and perform. Not only will you be equipped with both strength and fitness programs to guide you on your journey to improvement, you will also be provided with instant feedback at the end of every session to see how you have progressed individually and compared to others that are physiologically similar to yourself.

Join PEAQ to improve yourself and to close the gap between local and elite!


Sean began his journey at the University of South Australia in which he studied a Bachelor of Applied Health Sciences and Human Movement. During this study he completed 18 months of Strength and Conditioning experience with the Port Adelaide Magpies Football Club (SANFL) before earning a 12 month internship with the S&C team at the Adelaide Crows Football Club (AFL). Upon completion of the undergraduate degree and the internship, Sean began his Masters Degree in Strength and Conditioning via Edith Cowan University and was able to acquire a position as an assistant Strength and Conditioning coach at the Woodville West Torrens Football Club (SANFL). At this time he started a Personal Training Business (Extra Degree Training) out of the club’s facilities that caters for general population individuals. After two years at Woodville and during his final year of the Masters Degree, Sean obtained the Head Strength and Conditioning position at the West Adelaide Football Club (SANFL) along with the position of Conditioning Coach at the Darren Lehmann Cricket Academy. His passion and willingness to further his knowledge through continued higher level study ensures that he will provide each and every client with the most up to date and effective training protocol in order to create optimal results.


To many of you, this individual will not need much of an introduction. Jason is an ex-Adelaide Crow (AFL) who kicked 180 goals in a 130 game career that lasted 10 years. Now retired from AFL level, Jason is currently continuing his Australian Rules Football career at the West Adelaide Football club (SANFL). Due to the reduction in football training demands, he is now able to pursue his passion of physical performance coaching. As well as his playing role at the West Adelaide Football club, Jason has been hands on in assisting the Strength and Conditioning team as he finishes his studies in Sports Science. Alongside his work with West Adelaide, Jason has also been attending training sessions at the Adelaide Crows Football Club to support the Strength and Conditioning staff in running their programs working with injured athletes. Although unfortunate at the time, Jason faced a number of injury setbacks throughout his career that inevitably educated him about injury prevention and rehabilitation S&C programs. Jason is a natural leader and is passionate about helping people to reach their physical potential while staying injury free. Upon completion of his high level Sports Science study, Jason plans on returning to the AFL system as a Strength and Conditioning Coach.