Darren Jenkins


Darren became an Accredited Exercise Scientist (AES) in 2011 after studying a BSc Exercise and Health at UWA. While living in London he used his knowledge to coach athletes, specializing in musculoskeletal rehabilitation, injury prevention and biomechanical analysis while racing Ironman Triathlon at an elite level throughout Australasia and Europe with a career highlight of 37th at the Hawaii Ironman World Championships 2013. Darren built on this base of knowledge to become an Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) after completing an MSc Clinical Exercise Physiology at UWA in 2020. Further studies have included a PgDip OHS Management at Loughborough University and a currently studying a PgDip in Psychology at James Cook University.

Darren has particular interest in musculoskeletal rehabilitation and injury prevention with experience in a diverse range of sporting and industrial settings. Darren also has an interest in exercise interventions for sufferers of chronic pain. Further interests include exercise for mental health, metabolic conditioning, chronic disease and disability support. From a performance perspective Darren enjoys training clients towards unique fitness goals with some examples being: Marathon runners, Ultra Runners, Ironman Triathletes, Everest Climber, RAC Helicopter Rescue Swimmer, Police recruits.