Client Testimonials

Performance Physiology, We Keep It Simple.

David Marsh

Head Coach Women's 2016 US Olympic Swim Team

"The program now offered by Performance Physiology played an enormous role in helping prepare athletes for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games. As we begin assembling a training team for the 2020 Games in Tokyo, I have athletes already asking when these evaluations will begin again. It is easy to go and get a blood test. The hard part is knowing what to evaluate, when to evaluate it, and then how to apply that information to training. If you are going to do it, do it right."

Jeff Dugdale

Team USA National Team Coach

"Dr. Batley has provided us with a tool that helps us customize each athletes training plan based on their blood work physiology markers. We are able to quickly make adjustments to our coaching, and this real-time information has changed the game. We have been able to "get it right" consistently, resulting in medals and National Championships."

Tim Phillips

World Championship Gold Medalist

"When you understand that your recovery is being evaluated as closely as your workout, you have the confidence to push your training to an even greater level. I can’t imagine going back to training without this information…"

Tyler Clary

London Olympic Gold Medalist, Olympic Record Holder.

"I've had the opportunity to work closely with Jason Batley over the past three years. The evaluations offered by Performance Physiology are the missing link for so many athletes who want to take their performance to the next level. "

Catherine Meili

Rio Olympic Gold and Bronze Medalist

The testing offered by Performance Physiology was an essential piece of my preparation for the Olympic Games. Every detail counts. The information helped me work with my coaches to develop a training program specific to my individual needs. This attention to detail gave me the confidence to push myself beyond my comfort zone as I knew my body was prepared to meet the challenge. The harder you train, the more critical this information becomes.

What Is Sports Performance Physiology

The International Journal of Sports Physiology and Performance (IJSPP) focuses on sport physiology and performance and is dedicated to advancing the knowledge of sport and exercise physiologists, sport-performance researchers, and other sport scientists.


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The Concept

Whether you have your sights set on the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, or are a dedicated member of your local running club, you train hard.


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  • Davidson, NC
  • 28035
  • 980-333-7373