Jerry Yan - Practicing Kinesiologist
Languages: English & Mandarin
Jerry is not your average Kinesiologist; he's a vibrant soul with a passion for helping people become the best versions of themselves. We caught up with him recently to learn more about what drives him in his field and what you can expect during your first visit with him.
Jerry's journey into the world of Kinesiology was fuelled by a desire to assist people in improving their overall function and working toward their goals. He's not just interested in creating an efficient workout plan, he's passionate about helping you live your best life.
Your first visit with Jerry promises to be an enlightening experience. You can expect a thorough assessment that includes checking your range of motion, manual muscle testing, and special tests tailored to your needs. He is all about precision and getting to the root of your concerns. In addition to the assessments, together you will dive into a complete history intake. It's more than just checking boxes; Jerry wants to understand your journey, challenges, and aspirations. It's a collaborative discussion, where your voice matters!
Jerry firmly believes in working hand-in-hand with his clients to create sustainable and effective training plans together. No one-size-fits-all solutions here; the focus is on tailoring a program that aligns with your lifestyle and goals.
Jerry has a unique passion for treating rotator cuff injuries. In fact, he recently experienced a rotator cuff tear himself and understands the pain, challenges, and path to recovery. He's not just empathetic; he's truly walked the walk.
And here's a fun addition to Jerry's story: he has a passion for combat sports and martial arts — Jiu-jitsu and Muay Thai are his personal favourites. Who would've guessed?
We couldn't resist asking Jerry for a piece of wellness advice. His wisdom?
"Don't compare yourself to others!"
It's easy to get caught up in the comparison game, but Jerry reminds us that our journeys are all unique, and the progress along the way is what matters most.