Personal fitness trainer and physiotherapist
- 2018-2021: Centrum paraple o.p.s.- physiotherapist and movement therapist for clients after spinal cord injuries
- 2012 – 2013: prof. Čech Centre – traumatology and orthopaedics, physiotherapist
- 2008 – 2012: rehabilitation institute Kladruby, physiotherapist, fitness and swimming instructor, focusing on the physically handicapped
- 2006 – 2008: Medical Rehabilitation Centre MUDr. Koukal, Brno, physiotherapist
Sport and movement as such is an essential part of my life. In my childhood I was involved in football. Here I got the basic physical training for other sports that appealed to me and interested me during the following years (cycling, running, swimming, climbing, golf…). When choosing my studies, there was perhaps no other option than
to pursue movement.
I studied physiotherapy at Masaryk University in Brno. After finishing my studies I joined the RÚ Kladruby, where I had the opportunity to learn about different diagnoses and conditions of people after severe injuries.
I also worked for several years at the Paraple Centre in the sports department, where I was involved in physical activity for people after spinal cord injury.
My aim is to combine the knowledge gained from many years of study with the knowledge and experience gained from the physical activities I have been and am involved in.
When I work with a client, it’s not about the amount of iron they lift or the size of their muscles, but the proper execution of the movement that engages the body as a whole.
Training that will facilitate the client’s functioning in everyday life. Most important of all, however, is that the client feels that what they are doing is meaningful and to their benefit.
Personal fitness trainer
- 2020 – Vital Institut – fitness trainer course
I played a lot of sports from an early age. I played hockey, did athletics and orienteering, which I have been doing with slight breaks for over twenty-seven years, cycled, swam. When I started working out at fifteen to get better at sports, the variety of all my activities resulted in me approaching my gym workouts not to build the biggest muscles, but to try to build the most functional muscles. This approach has lasted me well after studying PE and completing a fitness trainer course.
I can teach you to train for unrivalled volume and brute strength, but I still consider functional training to be the best direction, where you squeeze great performance out of even small muscles, and prefer perfect hypertrophy rather than volume. I’ve studied this training to perfection, and you only need six months of hard training to see for yourself =)