By Krishna DronacharamanAthletics Coach and Physiotherapy Specialist at The Sports BibleIn a world where the best physiotherapy programs are often taught by highly-paid professionals with little or no coaching experience, Krishna’s physiotherapy course is the one I have taken every year since I started coaching in 2016.
I have coached with top coaches like Ashish Shah and Vinayak Jain, and I am looking forward to the next step in my career.
Krishna has an excellent focus on all aspects of the physio training, from the basic movements to the advanced ones.
I like the way he uses the term ‘core training’, which describes his emphasis on a consistent set of core exercises with a lot of flexibility and movement in the hips and shoulders.
He also uses anaerobic conditioning, which is a term used to describe the process of moving the body in a different way, like sprinting.
Kumar and Krishna are both passionate about teaching physiotherapy and are always looking for new ways to help their patients and their families.
They both have a strong sense of ethics and the practice of coaching is part of their mission to help people achieve better health and a happier life.
I started my coaching career in the early 1990s with Ashish and Vinny Shah, and my early years as a physiotherapist in India were spent in and around the national capital, Delhi.
There was an awful lot of pressure on the students, and in many cases, the teachers themselves were reluctant to teach the courses, given the large number of students coming to their classes.
This was the case even for my first year of coaching, which I believe was quite a big achievement for a beginner coach.
I was really grateful for all the coaching and support that I received from Ashish, Vinny and the physiotherapists, including the team at The Sport Biblical.
In the last few years, I have had a lot more time to coach and coach in private practice, and have been able to meet some great people and get to know the people of the country and the culture.
In 2018, I was invited to the World Cup for the first time, which was my first trip to a major sporting event outside of my home country.
I was very honoured to have the opportunity to work with the Indian athletes and coaches.
I also felt proud to be part of the World Team and I felt the need to get to the top of my profession.
The training that I do is done in a relaxed environment, with the support of my team, who all come together at the end of every session to help with any questions, questions about the session, and the rest.
I am always looking to improve my students’ ability to achieve the best results and the best possible results in their career.
I want them to be confident in their own abilities and be confident with themselves.
As a coach, I want to be a part of a team that helps other coaches to improve their training and their work, as well as helping the students who are going to follow them to achieve their dreams and dreams of their dreams.
I want to help the athletes to achieve and achieve their best as much as I can, as a coach.
The more they train, the better they will be, and it will be my job to help them achieve that.