Anushka Bhargava

Anushka Bhargava Strength & Conditioning Coach

MSc (App Sci), Dip (Sports & Exercise Sci), ASCA L1 (Aus. Strength & Conditioning Assoc.)

Anushka is certified by the Australian Strength and Conditioning Association as a Strength and Conditioning coach. Anushka holds a Master’s in Applied Science from Victoria University and a Diploma in Sports and Exercise Science from Auckland University of Technology.

As a former professional tennis player and strength coach, Anushka is passionate about employing a research-led approach to improve human performance and reduce the risk of injury with her clients. Anushka aims to restore proper range of motion and teach clients the right exercise technique for their bodies.

Anushka has extensive experience working with both high performance athletes and general fitness clients of various physical capabilities. She combines her expertise to improve a client’s experience through finding their individual needs to help overcome injury, lead active healthy lives, and reach their performance goals.

Anushka can help clients improve their strength, power, mobility, flexibility, balance, speed, agility, co-ordination, running technique, load management and footwork as they relate to their specific sport. She will improve these physical qualities through a range of assessments and creating individualized programs that have the right balance of the number of exercises, session duration and intensity to meet the client’s goals.

Sporting Background: Former professional tennis player (WTA 800), represented India in the Asian Championships in Bangkok, Thailand, Ranked No.5 in Asia and India in the U-14 category.
Interests: Travelling, hiking, reading, personal development and environmental issues.
Passionate about: Helping people recover from an injury and show them their true inner potential by harnessing the performance mindset.
Favourite Quote: The secret of health for both mind and body is not to mourn for the past, not to worry about the future, or not to anticipate troubles, but to live in the present moment wisely and earnestly (Buddha).