Performance Exercises

Performance Exercises

Rodrigo Bertonha Perez is a Holistic High Performance Coach who works on his functional exercises at his own studio in Coolangata at the Gold Coast. Rodrigo works with top elite surfers like Gabriel Medina, Rebecca Woods and Silvana Lima on high performance physical training. His studio is always stocked with the delicious and nutritional Amazon Power Acai!

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  • Gymnastic Rings Training Gymnastic Rings Training

    Nowadays, training with rings has become more popular. In order to enhance performance, improve strength and power, athletes are now incorporating rings in their training routine. Why?

  • Deadlift Deadlift

    The King, that's how people call Deadlift, the manliest exercise, which is better then squat in my opinion. There is not other exercise that provides as many benefits to the body as does deadlift.

  • L-Sit Core L-Sit Core

    L-sit exercise is considered a fundamental bodyweight exercise that improves core-conditioning programs and assists you to develop a solid foundation for other body weight exercises.

  • Plyometric & Jumping Training Plyometric & Jumping Training

    The jumping training is also known as plyometric training. It’s an exercise that pushes the muscles exert maximum force in short intervals of time, with objective to increase power in the improvement of performance (speed-strength).

  • Squats Squats

    Since the very beginning of time, man has been squatting down. Functional movements are those based on real everyday activities thus functional exercises assists the body to build pure functional strength resulting in better body movement.

  • Swiss Ball Swiss Ball

    The stability or Swiss ball works because the exercises require you to contract your core muscles to stabilize the body to maintain balance in an unstable position. No other equipment found in the gym will work core muscles in a way that it does on the ball.

  • Turkish Get-up Turkish Get-up

    Turkish get up is a functional movement that does not work a specific muscle but many muscles at the same time. Turkish get up is an exercise that provides insight into how you move and is a key of achieving a balance and stronger body.