Julian has been involved in high performance strength and conditioning for the past decade for elite, national and amateur level athletes. This journey has given him extensive skills and experience in the field of sport performance conditioning and research development.
Julian has also completed his master degree in strength and conditioning research, investigating the effects of post-activation performance enhancement (PAPE) on maximal sprint performance of Singapore’s national track and field athletes. His post-graduate studies had enabled him to gain knowledge in the area of strength/power performance monitoring (eg. force plate and linear transducer system integrations.) This has translated into scientific publications in peer-reviewed journals investigating the efficacy of PAPE protocols in enhancing athletic performance.
He is also a firm believer in movement-based training and prehabilitation through the Functional Movement Screen™ system. This has shaped his coaching philosophy to train athletes with sound movement patterns that reduce injury potential, while enhancing athletic competency.