Exercise Physiology

Exercise Physiology is the study of the human body’s response to exercise and physical activity.

It particularly focuses on the role of exercise in the management of long term health conditions, where special considerations need to be taken to ensure that exercise will be safe and effective.

An Accredited Exercise Physiologist is a University qualified allied health professional who provides exercise interventions to a wide variety of individuals; ranging from elderly patients to elite athletes.

Chronic Disease Management

Chronic Disease Management involves the prescription of exercise for clients who present with an ongoing medical condition.

This can be managed or treated with a specified exercise program. Clients who present with an ongoing medical condition may be eligible for Medicare funded exercise sessions under what is called a GP management plan.


Strength and Conditioning

Strength and Conditioning involves the implementation of a wide variety of exercise types to achieve a reduction in body fat and increase in lean muscle mass.

Sport specific programs involve the prescription of specific exercises tailored to the demands of your chosen sport. Our aim is to achieve improvements in muscular strength, endurance and cardiorespiratory fitness.


Injury Rehabilitation

Injury Rehabilitation is the implementation of a graded exercise program following injury, joint replacement or other surgical procedures that aim to regain full function of the affected area.

Programs of this nature begin with the aim of improving range of motion and movement, with the progression to strength and stability based exercises (as pain and discomfort reduces).


WA Police Fitness Evaluation

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, prospective police officers are required to complete the physical fitness assessment externally from the Western Australia Police Academy.

Applicants are now required to complete the physical fitness testing under the supervision of a trainer who has a minimum of 5 years’ experience working in the health and fitness industry, in conjunction with access to the necessary equipment to facilitate the testing.

Why Choose Us for Your Testing?

  • Over 8 years industry experience

  • We have access to all the necessary equipment to facilitate the testing procedures

  • We have administered this test for a number of previous clients with a 100% success rate

What Does the Testing Involve?

  1. Beep Test – A measure of your cardiovascular fitness and endurance.

  2. Illinois Agility Test – A measure of your speed and ability to change direction quickly.

  3. Push-Up Test – Measures your upper body strength and endurance.

  4. Sit Up Test – Measures your abdominal strength and risk of lower back injury.

  5. Grip Strength Test – A measure of upper body strength directly relating to equipment used in the Police Force.

  6. Bag Lift and Carry – A measure of lower body strength and endurance whilst translatable to job specific tasks.


If you would like help to prepare for the testing we now have tailored packages available to assist you in the successful completion of the entrance requirements.

Please contact us today on 0418 515 101 or to discuss our training options or to book in you Police Force Physical Fitness Evaluation.