With our time as Principal Partner of the Kilsyth Cobras SEABL program coming to an end, we wanted to reflect on what a great two years it has been.
With the help of Assist PT’s Strength and Conditioning Specialists Matt Shepherd and Jordyn O’Shea, both teams have dominated the SEABL competition.
Through the individualised strength and conditioning of Jasmine Gill, Brittany Renton and Caragh Spicer, the Lady Cobras held their own on the court this season and last, claiming back-to-back South Conference championships.
And it didn’t stop there! Through personal training and personalised nutrition tweaks made by Assist Personal Training coaches, Kyle Adnam, Ben Ursich, Jackson Brazier and Tim Lang also improved their strength and size, helping the Men reach the playoffs in 2015.
Alongside their training, all the Assist PT-trained athletes have been guided on nutrition choices and taught how to eat for best performance and recovery. This specialised advice has advanced their progress even further, and contributed to their physical presence on the court.
Kilsyth Basketball Chairman Mal Allison says he is grateful for Assist PT’s involvement: “It has been a pleasure working with Assist PT…I’d like to thank Matt and Annette for their tremendous support over the past two years.”
While our principal partnership comes to a close, we look forward to maintaining the positive relationship with Kilsyth Basketball in 2017 and beyond.
Assist PT’s Athletic Strength and Conditioning Coach Matt Shepherd says he is excited for what’s to come.
“It has been great working with some of the youth of Kilsyth Basketball, helping these players achieve their goals and progress their careers, and we look forward to helping more young athletes in the future.”
Check out Assist PT’s interview with Ben Ursich, who shares how he got that competitive edge! For any young athletes looking to follow in Ben’s footsteps and take that next step towards their goals, contact us today!
Published 16th November 2016