Lewis has nearly 7 years of industry experience helping women overcome complex health issues whilst completely transforming their lives and body. He also specialises working with combat sport athletes helping them train, eat, and cut weight safely to reach their peak performance.
Lewis is reconstructing the world of body composition by dissolving old-school training and nutrition methods allowing his clients to eat more and train less to completely transform their bodies whilst finding the path back to optimal health and function.
Most coaches focus on dropping calories dangerously low and ramping up training volume to achieve drastic body composition changes leaving their clients in a state of chronic gut, hormonal, and metabolic issues, and exacerbating binge eating and a poor relationship with food. Whereas Lewis takes a science-based approach incorporating nutritional and training periodization and specific methods to skyrocket his client’s health and confidence.
As a teenager, Lewis was overweight, sedentary, and unhealthy. He started boxing to lose weight, improve his mental health, and get fit. He became infatuated with health, nutrition, and training leading him to completely transform his body, and now do the same for others.
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My strength and conditioning career started during my internship at the Western Region Academy of Sport (WRAS) in Regional NSW. Through this experience I was the head S&C coach for an academy netball team whilst working through 10 S&C certificates and being mentored by some of the industries top sport scientists and strength and conditioning coaches. This saw me make the move to Perth to complete my Masters in Sports Science under one of the worlds top sport scientists Assoc/Prof. Greg Haff (formerpresident of the National Strength and Conditioning Association [NSCA] – the governing body for strength and conditioning in the world) with my research focusing on reducing injury risk factors and improving performance in young netball players.
The past 6 years have seen me as the head S&C coach for the West Coast Warriors Netball Club, I coordinate the strength and conditioning programs for the state league squad, under 20s squad and the mens state league team. In addition to this, I regularly visit the Warriors Academy team, schools and various netball clubs around the region to speak about strength and conditioning in netball and run strength sessions.
“Having competed in bikini competitions in the past I have been subject to strict dieting regimes, yo-yo dieting and excessive cardio prescription which left me in a hormonal mess.”
Coming from an elite basketball background Naomi has had her fair share of injuries. She was constantly having to be sidelined and receiving treatment for her back and knee. These injuries unfortunately caused her to have to cease playing all sport.
“After suffering so many injuries through sport I became fascinated in how athletes bodies work, how to prevent injury and how to improve performance” – Naomi
Sarah is not only one of our coaches but also a netball athlete. Her participation in club, regional, and national netball competitions has led her to a passion for sport and in particular strength and conditioning.
Sarah is also a former coach of club netball leading successful teams from under 12s up to Opens divisions.
Originally seeking 1 on 1 coaching for injury management and better on court performance, Sarah began her journey at MH Performance as a client of Mandys.
Kieran lives a life revolving around exercise and sport, trying his hand at football, AFL and pushing himself as an endurance athlete. During this he always showed an interest in athletic performance and where he could get an upper hand on his opponents, leading his attention to exercise science.
Kieran explored this interest by studying a bachelor in sport science, exercise and health at UWA, finalising his degree with an internship at MH. This gave him the opportunity to work under, and pick the brains of our senior coaches as he broadened his knowledge in strength and conditioning, nutrition, periodisation and coaching. Following this Kieran continues to work with our 8-week Female Strength Camp and Netball S&C Academy Athletes, pushing them to reach their goals.
While working with MH Kieran looks to further his education within the injury prevention and rehabilitation field as he studies a degree in physiotherapy, allowing him to get our injured athletes back on the field and performing.
Talia grew up as a gymnast and then progressed into Muay Thai. She is a currently a competitive and active Muay Thai fighter. Talia was first introduced to S&C in 2018 when she undertook a S&C class to gain weight, increase performance and prevent injury for sport.
Following high school, Talia completed her Bachelors of Exercise and Sport Science (Major in Nutrition) where she undertook different placements to gain practical knowledge from Sport Scientists.
During her final year of university, she completed an internship with MH Performance Coaching, involving learning and working underneath Mandy, Naomi and Sarah whilst coaching the Netball S&C Academy Athletes and the female Boot Camp. She interned at MHP for just under 6 months before taking being offered a coaching role as a Strength and Conditioning Coach whilst undergoing further studies in a Master’s of Applied Sport Science (High Performance Athletes)*and Jake Carter’ Carter Institute for Functional Health and Nutrition.
Since starting, she has continued working with as a coach for our specialised Netball Program, she also coaches our 8-week Female Strength Camp, She is head of S&C for an U18s Female WAFL team, along with working with her 1 on 1 clients to help them achieve reach optimal health, performance, and body composition.