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Proven, comprehensive, scientific and progressive Athletic Development (AD) & Strength & Conditioning (S&C) programs that develop all aspects of sports performance for athletes aged 10 to adult.

SMASH programs have been turning out champion athletes & teams for a decade in AFL, track & field, soccer, basketball, lacrosse, golf, gymnastics and more!

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April 2020 Update : COVID-19
We are all in lockdown! Knox athletics track is locked up. Rise gym is closed. The only training available is 1 on 1 sessions. Email head coach Mike for details & to book a session. Limited availability and most time slots are already taken.

youtubeCurrently there are a wide variety of athlete profiles, warmups, exercises, circuits, core programs up on the SMASH YouTube Channel. Best to browse the Playlists to find specific content. 50+ video up already. 6-10 videos are being uploaded per week.

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Next Program • SMASH Speed & Agility Program in Term 3, 2020 but ...
- Subject to confirmation according to government restrictions
Programs run for 60 minutes once a week for 8-10 weeks during school terms.

Mondays - (5:15-6:15pm) commencing Monday in School Term 3

For more details see here

Programs are held at the Show Court 1, Rowville Sports Precinct, Rowville Secondary College, Humphreys Way, Rowville (see below). There is on site parking and also in Humphreys Way.

Want your child to run faster & move better? The SMASH team can make it so ...

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Coach Mike & his team also conduct professional level testing via Edge Athlete Testing.
We can test individuals or large groups from 1 to more than 600. We use industry leading testing equipment & unique custom software for recording & analysis. Customised testing and reports to suit your requirements. See some sample reports here. We regularly test acceleration, max velocity, vertical leap & conduct detailed performance analyses for athletes & teams. Click the image to the right to see a recent athlete performance assessment report.

2018 So Far ...

• Amber Clarke set a new National 80m hurdle record at Little Athletics State in March. Thanks to coach David Thomson.
• Antonio Vaitohi backed up his 2017 December All Schools results by winning the U16 National Championships in both the 100 & 200m in March.
• Sisely Rosano, Lester Long, Lara Hecker all won sprint medals at Nationals in Sydney. Monique Larose competed at Nationals for the first time at Nationals - one of her long time goals she has been working towards for several years. Dharam Deol made the steeplechase final.
• Judd Nagel
won AGSV State cross country & also won schools district, division & region.
• T&F squad athletes competed at State with many winning medals :
Lester, Hudson,Dharam, Jacob, Reeve, Lara, Harini, Natasha, Jarrod, Lachie, Sisely, Lara, Chris & Zoe
• Knox LAC where Smash head coach Mike is director of coaching were 2nd overall in the State for season 2017/18
(out of approx 100 other centres).
• Head coach Mike coached @ JDS, ITCC, Age Skill Clinics & at ALAC Nationals
as a State team coach throughout the year.
• Max Askew
made the Oakleigh chargers AFL final U15 & U16 squads.
• Smash coached several Knox gymnastics athletes
throughout the year to improve their floor routines & vault runups.
• Smash coaches
have been working with autistic & down syndrome children to improve their basic movement skills over the last year.



2017 in Review ...

What a year it's been!
Some Athlete Highlights for the year ...

• Nikki Wynd competed for Australia in Ireland at the World 24 hour ultra marathon championships
• Anthony Vaitohi (14) - Pictured right, is National U15 100 & 200m sprint champion. After being 2nd & 3rd at All schools late in 2016 just as he started with the squad, 3 months he later won gold in both the 100 & 200m at 2017 AA Nationals in March. He backed it up in 2017 at Dec All Schools winning national medals even though he was junior age competing in U16’s against older athletes. Antonio is currently training to make the U15 ALAC squad & AA 100/200m sprints in March 2018. Tessa, Antonio’s mum does a lot of his coaching in Shepparton & has given him an excellent foundation of T&F skills
• 3 players drafted into the AFL in the last 12 months : Dylan Clarke (19) & Trent Mynott (18) to Essendon & Jack Maibaum (19) to Sydney. That makes 5 players in total playing professional sport.
• Amber Clarke (12) has won medals at LA Vic, All Schools, PSG in sprints & hurdles. Set a State hurdle record along the way. Amber is coached by David Thomson in hurdles. Long term she may end up playing women’s AFL & is currently at RSA in their AFL program. Actually, I would be very surprised if she didn’t make it into women’s AFL!
• Daniel Doyle (14) medalled at State & made T&F Nationals for the first time. He has been recruited to play with Sth Melb FC
• Monique Larose (16) made her first State final, State medal, is continually running PB’s & has qualified for Nationals for the first time - which have all been her long term goals. Monique is also an assistant coach helping out with the track & field squad. Beautiful sprint technique & my go to demonstrator for all things movement related.
• Dharam Deol (14) won state steeplechase & made 7th at Nationals, PB’s both times. Dharam has improved massively over the last 12 months & is continually setting PB’s in every event he competes in
• Sisely Rosano (12) achieved her first State medal in the 100m at All Schools & made the PSG 100m sprint final as the fastest Vic girl, won a relay medal at PSG as part of the Vic team. Sisely when she joined the Smash sprint squad was barely making sprint finals in the 100m - now she is winning medals at State All Schools & was the fastest Vic girl at PSG
• Calvin Dariao (17) - Eastern Ranges senior age player improved from 8.4 to 8.015s in the AFL agility test & from 3.18 to 3.04s in the 20m sprint after a 10 week program. For anyone who has worked with AFL athletes, these are staggering improvements in such a short time. The trick is to work on sprint & agility technique, power & plyometrics at the same time. Changing anyone’s sprint mechanics in their late teens is an art form.
• Lester Long (12) improved almost metre in long jump (thanks to Steve Morris), made the PSG sprint final & won a gold PSG relay medal. Lester’s PB’s have dropped massively this year in his first full year in the squad. Lester competes & is competitive at the State level in a wide range of events from 100, 200, 400, hurdles & long jump. He also does more chin-ups (17) than I do which is excellent for a 12 year old!
• Hudson McKay (10) made the PSG sprint final & medalled in PSG relays
• Tyson Nagel (10) medalled at State & made National cross country championships, gold in the team 1500m championships for team Vic
• Elise Keeghan (11) setting 30m+ PB’s in discus. Medalled at State in March.
• Lara Hecker (12) improved her shot from 5 to 7m after 1 session in shot put. Equalled a 30 year Donc LA LJ record
• The Knox U14-15 relay girls won gold in the mixed age medley at State relays : Hannah Hodges, Harini Jeevaraj, Kailani Tikfesi & Amber Clarke. The State record was a chance but didn't quite make it. All the U15 girls made it to State : Sarah Ternes & Yathiksha Yogaraj
• Knox LA came 2nd on the medal table for State Relays in Dec 2017 with 6 gold, 7 silver & 2 bronze (with more medals overall than 1st placed Keilor) - 1st step in being overall top centre in the State again ...
• All the regular attending athletes in the squad who are setting PB’s this season : Jordan Drescher, Jay Stephan, Alex Karaiskos, Jarrod Long, Zoe Renton, Jake Phipps, Lachie Monteath, Elise Carberry, Reeve Evans, Liri Rosano, Judd Nagel, Jennifer Lee, Mitch Pentreath, Arunja Manchanayake, Acthintha Jayawantha


Thanks to interns : Meghan & Sarah who have assisted with coaching throughout the year & worked for free as part of their sport science accreditation. Meghan has now finished her sports science degree will be working ongoing with as a paid Smash coach in 2018 (and doing her honours too).
Thanks also to Monique who works as an assistant T&F coach with the sprint squad while training herself and is going through the trials of year 11-12.

Some Personal & Organisational Highlights :

• Head coach Mike was LA Vic coach of the year for 2017
• Knox LA Vic was the top performing centre of the year taking into account : relays, multi, T&F & cross country : thanks to all the great Knox coaches. Knox LA has won this 6 years out of the last 10.
• Mike presented for the ATFCA twice in 2017 : Sprints & Long Term Athlete Development (LTAD)
• Head coach Mike is now an accredited IAAF Lvl 3 sprints, hurdles & relay coach. This is an internationally recognised qualification & currently the highest level of coaching accreditation available for track & field coaches worldwide working with junior athletes. Thanks to the excellent quality convenors & presenters on the course : Nik Hagicostas & Steve Cain. Great course.
• Mike has just been appointed a State team leader (coach & selector) for the upcoming Australian Little Athletics Championships (ALAC) and will be travelling with the Vic team to Qld in April for Nationals.
• Mike is in charge of the sprints program in the Junior Development Program (JDS) with 400+ athletes. This is the primary talent identification system for junior track & field athletes in Victoria. The majority of State medalists come through the JDS system
• Mike designed & implemented the new testing program for the LA Vic JDS squad
• Mike ran 3 ITCC clinics for LA Vic
• Mike is also part of the coaching & education committee at LA Vic which sets policy & guidelines for coaches & officials for all LA Vic centres in the State.
• Smash has had multiple athletes compete & win gold & other medals nationally & internationally at the highest levels possible for junior athletes of the ages since inception
• Smash has had multiple athletes / teams set State & National records since inception
• Smash has had 3 athletes drafted into the AFL to play professional sport over the last 12 months (5 in total)

When I started coaching over 15 years ago, I would never have dreamed that I would be coaching professionally and achieve any of the above & assisting athletes to improve & perform so well. I’m struggling to think how things could get better for 2018, but I’ll be trying.

Thanks to everyone for being part of the journey & here’s to more PB’s, Medal, Records & Championships in 2018


SMASH Takes on Interns!
If you are a motivated & talented sports science or junior coach - our proven system works for coaches too. We train you in the proven Smash system. If interested send your resume to Mike

Did you know : SMASH Squad Athletes won the Vic fastest kid competition 3 out of 4 years in a row (and came 2nd in the year they didn't win)!
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klaclogoKnox LAC wins LA Vic best performing centre of the year 2017.
SMASH director, Mike Donato also wins 2017 coach of the year
Taking into account all major State events - relays, multi-event, track & field & cross country. These are the 2 major State awards & Knox won both of them. Might just be the best place in the State to get quality junior coaching for your child. Knox has qualified & experienced coaches for every event.
Fran Attard (KLAC walks coach) also won Centre Coach of the Year


klaclogoKnox LAC tops the medal count at Mar 2017 State track & field championships, beating almost 100 other centres in the State with 15 each of Gold, Silver & Bronze. Head Smash coach Mike is director of coaching at Knox, ably assisted by all the other great Knox coaches. It was a fantastic team effort from all the coaches & of course the athletes.

Jumps Steve Morris, Rob Monteath, Alan Louey, Steve Cain, Brooke Stratton
Throws David Kearsley, Mark Beovich, David Thomson, Frank Bathgate, Mike Donato
Hurdles Stephen Hough, Steve Morris, David Thomson
Walks Fran Attard
Middle Distance Mike Kerr
Sprints Mike Donato, Rob Williams

Nikki Wynd - World Ultra Marathon Championships in Ireland July 2017
Smash head coach Mike has been assisting Nikki Wynd fine tune her performances for the world Ultra-marathon championships in Ireland ealy in July. Nikki finished with 215kms in 24 hours - that's over 5 marathons in 1 day!


canberra• SMASH had 5 athletes compete at All Schools National Track & Field Championships in Canberra in Dec in multiple events : Sprints, Hurdles, Javelin & Hammer! All of the athletes qualified 1st or 2nd at State Championships to go to Nationals :

Results in order of age / seniority :
Jordan U18 5th 100m PB 10.70s (2nd fastest U17 in the country), Bronze in 4x 100m relay 42.13s (U17 junior age in U18’s). Jordan won State 100m.
Chloe U16 7th Hammer season best 43.51m
Jemma U16 10th 90m H, 13.53s (within 1% of PB), 10th 200m H, 30.80s (within 2% of PB). Jemma won State.
Holly U16 15th 31.12m (within 4% of PB). Holly came 2nd at State.
Antonio U14 Silver 100m PB 11.48s, Bronze 200m PB 23.38s, Gold in 4x 100 relay 45.15s. Antonio won both the 100 & 200m at State.


dylan• SMASH had 2 more players get drafted into the AFL from the National Draft Combine :
Dylan Clarke
(Essendon) & Jack Maibaum (Sydney).
That makes 4 players in total who have been through the Smash system and drafted into the AFL to play at the highest level.
Dylan & Jack are both from the Eastern Ranges TAC Cup side & played Vic Metro. Dylan was the No 1 contested player in the TAC Cup in 2016.

On Dylan From Fox Sports (by Ben Waterworth) : Numerically, the Eastern Ranges ball magnet has been one of the most consistent underage on-ballers of 2016, enhancing his draft prospects with nearly every game he’s played across all levels. From the Essendon website : Clarke won All Australian honours after averaging 24 disposals a game during the national championships, with more than half those touches won in contested situations.

maibaumOn Jack from the Swans website : Maibaum was named All Australian full-back after a consistent and steady NAB AFL Under-18s championships for Vic Metro. He was able to shut down some of the better tall opposition forwards with a minimum of fuss, and has closing speed when they get away on the lead. The Eastern Ranges backman is calm and collected when in possession of the ball, but is best as a stopping key defender who sticks to his task. He came second in the agility test at the NAB AFL Draft Combine.



SMASH Parkour, Acrobatics & Tumbling Clinic
We recently ran a well attended and exciting Parkour, Acrobatics & Tumbling Clinic

Great fun for all the athletes who attended.

Thanks to :
- Parkour Coach : Andrew Reynolds
- Acrobatics & Tumbling Coach : Rebecca Donato

3x 30 minute sessions :
- gymnastics skills, rolling & tumbling
- parkour, falling & acrobatics skills
- falling & combat rolling

More special & fun clinics to come every term.

SMASH Staff at the AFL National Draft Combine
combineMike & Stuart, SMASH directors were called in to troubleshoot at the AFL National Draft Combine to run the timing on speed and agility testing day. With no advance warning and zero preparation they rushed in to Etihad and the rest of the day ran faultlessly. Thats 3 years in a row, courtesy of Fusion Sport, we have been at the combine testing the top 100 AFL prospects in the country. Many would benefit from doing either Speed & Agility or Combine Preparation programs as their technique was, shall we say, holding them back ...

SMASH Coaches in Action

SMASH trained coaches have provided the testing, athletic development & strength and conditioning programs to Rowville Sports Academy at Rowville Secondary College for the last 3 years. RSA is one of 3 secondary schools running major sports programs in Victoria with 600 athletes. Sports covered are : AFL, basketball, golf, netball, soccer & volleyball. Cricket is joining the program in 2016. We also test & screen Rowville Institute of the Arts (RIA).

SMASH head coach Mike has taken on JDS duties for LA Vic - coaching sprints. The Little Athletics Junior Development Squad (JDS) gives U12-U16 athletes an opportunity to train with many of Victoria's leading T&F coaches. Athletes need to meet qualifying standards to join the program. Emphasis is on improving technical competency in the athletes chosen T&F event.

SMASH trained speed & agility coach, Keegan Ziada has been appointed the Athletic Development and S&C coach for the Eastern Ranges. Keegan is a qualified masters degree exercise physiologist working full time professionally in the high performance sports industry. Many of the Eastern Ranges players train at RSA and are exposed to the Smash athletic development programs and Smash trained coaches. They have played off in 2 grand finals in the last three years, winning one.

SMASH head coach, Mike in the 2 years he was in charge of the Rowville Junior Football Clubs fitness - the EFL club had the most A division teams in finals, the most teams in grand finals and won the most premierships.

SMASH head coach, Mike coached the MLC Girls School Victoria (GSV) T&F team. That year after never having won the championship, they not only won but increased their medal count in the All Stars final from 4 to 44 medals (an amazing 11 fold improvement).

SMASH head coach, Mike prepared the Trinity Grammar 1sts teams in their pre-season. In that year they won their first AFL final in 36 years, also won T&F, improved from 3rd to 2nd in cross country & from 6th to 2nd in soccer.

SMASH head coach, Mike while in his original stint as Director of Coaching at Knox Little Athletics, Knox won for 5 years in a row more medals at State than any other centre in Victoria. There are 120+ centres in the state and often Knox would win double the medals of the 2nd best centre in the State. An amazing feat that is unlikely to ever be repeated. Thanks to the many other coaches at the centre because it was certainly a fantastic team effort. Knox is also the current 2017 State Track & Field Champions & also won the award as the best performing centre in all State events in 2017 - track & field, multi-event, relays & cross country.


SMASH Programs are held at :
Rowville Sports Precinct
Rowville Secondary College - East Campus
Humphreys Way
Rowville VIC

Facilities, Programs & Equipment :
State of the art gym, large open spaces for our speed & agility programs, live video analysis with instant replay, Pilates, functional training, recovery pools & much more. With even more planned!


Rise High Performance Facility :
Next to where we run our athletics development programs, Rise HP provide a state of the art gym. Smash athletes get discounted programs due our close relationship with Rise.

Our athletic development and conditioning programs work for all ages and levels of sporting abilities.
Just starting? Our introductory program is perfect.
Elite athlete? Try our advanced or combine preparation programs.


Edge TestingEdge Testing - Leading edge athlete testing, screening and analysis. We can test individuals or large groups from 1 to more than 600. We use industry leading testing equipment & unique software for recording & analysis. Sprint times, agility, vertical leap and more!

Rise High Performance - the adjacent facility is run by Rise Health Group. A modern, state of the art training facility with the latest in equipment & programs - Keiser, cell matrix, TRX, kettlebells, plyometric area, sleds, Olympic lifting, battle ropes & pilates! They have a specialist program that's just right for your goals. Athletes in programs are supervised by masters degree exercise physiologists, physiotherapists & elite coaches. Unlike many gyms who typically have high turnover rates and people dont get ideal results - they thoroughly screen and test you, working with your goals to achieve an optimal result.

Recent Athlete Performances & Highlights (newest first)

Jordan Munyard - Newly crowned national sprint champion! At the all schools national championships on Sat Dec 2015, Jordan ran a PB of 10.94s for 100m to win the blue riband event in T&F to become the fastest U16 in the country. Jordan let the field know that he was serious when he won his heat and then ran faster again to win the final. He was the fastest U18 Victorian too and would have come 4th in the U18 final.
Jordan only trains 3 times a week and still does a lot of non-specific general training to build a solid all around base of general athleticism. As we move his training program into high performance & progressively more sprint specific with harder S&C work his times are obviously expected to drop further ...
A few weeks ago he set the State record for U16's at 10.95s, 0.51s faster than the previous record set only last year. Knox record up to U19's. Fastest U16 & U18 in the State. 3rd fastest in the State for all ages including open men. AV Rankings here. And he only just turned 15.


Chloe Beovich (U15 Girl) breaks the State Hammer Throw record at All Schools in Nov 2015 at Lakeside! That's 2 years in a row!

Julia Byrne (U18 Girl) gets a silver at State Hammer Throw for U18 girls. Both Julia & Chloe get automatic qualification for nationals.

The U13 Knox Relay Girls in the LA Vic relay team - 3 gold at Region, 8 of the 9 girls medalled and all teams & girls progressed to State. Great effort from the team.

The Knox Region relay teams (where head SMASH coach Mike is Director of Coaching) top the Eastern Region with most gold & most medals.

Ryan Clarke has been drafted to AFL club North Melbourne. Immediately after being drafted he flew off to their high altitude camp in Arizona with the rest of the team. Good luck Ryan and we all hope you have a long AFL career. Hopefully with his first pay from the kangas he can get himself a decent haircut!
Ryan has worked with the SMASH coaches for several years in both gym and speed / agility and ran under 3.0s in the 20m sprint at the recent National AFL combine. Ryan was primarily a middle distance athlete and to get his sprint time to under 3 seconds at the combine was a great achievement. Ryan had one of his best ever years playing in the 2015 Eastern Ranges TAC team as a senior age player. (SMASH trained coach Keegan Ziada is the current S&C coach for the Ranges). The Eastern Ranges have had a great last 3 years - premiers in 2013 & runner up in the grand final this year. Ryan also polled very well in the TAC B&F (Morrish Medal) even though he only played 8 games due to school AFL commitments. Ryan has been in the media also. Draft profile here. His brother Dylan was a junior age player in the Ranges senior side this year also. If things go as planned, Dylan is looking to follow his older brother into the AFL. Ryan is the 2nd Smash trained athlete to get drafted into the AFL. Dozens of SMASH trained junior AFL players have been selected to play in TAC cup sides at all levels.

Rebecca Donato competes at the International ANAC Championships in San Diego, USA in Aussie national gymnastics team. 11th in preliminaries & 13th in finals. Great performances at the world elite level from a dedicated athlete who trains double the hours of most elite athletes her age (excepting other gymnasts!). 4 weeks after competing in the US, Bec backed up again by qualifying for the Aussie national gymnastics team for world championships next year.

Jordan Munyard from the SMASH Performance Squad wins gold in both the 100m & 200m sprints at State T&F for the 3rd year in a row. Two silver medals in the 100m & 200m behind James Gallaugher but well ahead of the rest at Nationals. Also entered in the junior Stawell gift at Easter and ran off scratch as the fastest junior athlete in the field! In the 2014/15 season, Jordan broke all the Knox club records for the 200m up to U20's (while only 14). And two of the older athletes records he broke had gone to world youth. Jordan also won both the 100m and 200m at Little Athletics State Track & Field. See Jordan in action winning the 200m U16 final at State in a dominating performance.


Rebecca Donato wins gold at Aerobic Gymnastics Nationals in 2014! Makes the Australian squad for International competition with Gymnastics Australia in San Diego in July 2015. Also makes Artistic Gymnastics national level 10 (the highest level). Bec is 16 and trains 6 times and over 20 hours a week in 2 gymnastics disciplines as well as dance. She is supported by the great physio staff and does does pilates at Rowville Physiotherapy and injury prevention work with Smash. She has been with Knox Gymnastics and Aerobics Gymnastics for many years. Thanks to Brit Portelli as the founding coach who started a revolution.


Chloe Beovich (U14 Girl) broke the State Hammer Throw record at All Schools in Nov 2014 at Lakeside!

The U12 Girls in the Knox LA Vic relay team - 3 gold at Region and a silver, bronze & 4th at State Relays in Dec 2014. Well done Bec, Keelin, Kate, Harini & Hannah.

Many other medals at State relays from individually trained Smash athletes :
Jordan Munyard, Lachlan Viney, Josh Spurrell & Blake Tahlambourris.

All coached by Smash head coach Mike. Great work girls (and boys).


David ThomsonDavid Thompson : A Determined & Inspirational Journey
- From Cancer to World Championships

Thanks to all those who attended at David's fundraiser. It was a great success!
David was a founding SMASH squad athlete almost 10 years ago winning 2 State multi-event championships. He just made the Australian Team for the World T&F Junior Championships in Decathlon. David had a battle with cancer in 2011 and made an unbelieveably gutsy & inspirational comeback this month.
Read his story here. Picture: Jake Nowakowski, Source: News Limited

davidtoregon"Less than three years ago Thomson was fighting for his life when a large carcinoid tumour was found in his right lung. Doctors were able to save his life by removing most of the lung — but without the ability to fully breathe, it seemed Thomson’s promising athletics future had also been cut away."

Update : On the 22nd and 23rd of July, David competed at the World Junior championships in Eugene, Oregon in the decathlon. He set 3 PB's from the 10 events and came 25th in the world with 7,025 points! His Australian teammate Cedric Dubler came 2nd overall with a great string of results.
Picture: Getty Images

Jordan Munyard from the SMASH Performance Squad won silver (and broke the previous National record) in the 200m & bronze in the 100m at the All School Nationals. Jordan competes against Internet sensation James Gallaugher at Nationals. He also won all 6 major State sprint titles this season (2013/14) in the 100m & 200m sprints : All Schools, LA Vic & Athletics Victoria.
He has broken the 200m State record the last 2 years in a row. He continues to lower his times (remember he was only 13 & 14 years old last season) and in Feb ran 11.35s (electronic) in the 100m smashing the Knox all time 100m record and which also would have won 100m at Nationals. Shown to the left, leading the 2014 Under 15 AV 100m State final.

Lachlan Viney from the SMASH Performance Squad as part of the State team won the National junior basketball All Schools title for Victoria! In Jan as part of the Dandenong Ranges his team won the Australia Day Tournament. Lachlan is a junior athlete of several talents as he also makes State track & field hurdle finals.

Dylan Clarke who has been doing SMASH programs & gym with us for several years won the lot in 2013: Club & EFL B&F, played in the Interleague, Eastern Ranges, Vic Metro and was selected in the All Australian team. Initially he was primarily a strong endurance athlete but with SMASH training under his belt he has improved his speed and power dramatically. He heads off to Sth Africa for the All Australian AFL International trip in early 2014.

Multiple SMASH trained athletes achieved scholarships to schools this season : Josh Spurrell - pictured to the right (Wesley), Dylan Clarke (Melb Grammar), Ryan Clarke (Melb Grammar), Jack Maibaum (Melb Grammar). Tom Barr headed off to ADFA in a career as an Army Officer.

Samantha Galagher after making State T&F championships the previous year but not making any finals joins the Smash Squad. Within 6 months she : wins State 100m, 200m, Long Jump, wins State surf life saving sprint, comes 2nd at State multi-event, wins 11 medals in GSV T&F, makes the State T&F squad (obviously) and gets a silver sprint medal at Nationals! Do you reckon the SMASH program works?

SMASH initially establishes correct and fundamental movement mechanics, patterns and skills - running, jumping, landing, general agility, coordination and balance. Once these foundations are in place then speed, strength and power are progressively layered on.

It incorporates the best and latest from evidence based sport science (ie : what has been proven to work) and refined from a decade of real world coaching experience with hundreds of children.

The SMASH program is fun, innovative and challenging for kids.

Crucial skills of sprinting, linear, lateral & multi-directional agility are vital for all sports - but not actually taught in schools or junior sport!

By teaching young athletes to move correctly it unlocks often hidden performance capability in children.

All programs are run by expert coaches and clinical health professionals.


Most sports work on sport specific skills without teaching basic movement capabilities which is what kids really need to learn first!

Be your very best - enrol your child in a SMASH course now ...


SMASH your way to the next level ...
Improve your speed, strength, power, agility, coordination, balance, flexibility, core stability & more!

The SMASH system works on all aspects of performance in a progressive & structured way.

Training is suitable for individuals, clubs, teams, schools or any group of athletes.
Get the edge on the competition with improved performance!

The emphasis is initially on skill development & fundamental movement skills moving to performance based training.

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