Ocean Performance Centre


kerry keightley

Director/Performance Coach

Kerry’s passion and love for the physical and mental development industries is obvious. Along with this enthusiasm, he brings a very unique skill set to the developmental table, one that is guaranteed to provide the education and opportunity for any athlete or individual to rise up and be the very best version of themselves.

Academically, Kerry has Bachelor degrees in Human Movements and in Psychology. Furthermore, he is a level 2 ASCA accredited coach and carries the title of professional coach under the ASCA PCAS scheme. 

Experience wise, Kerry was a former athlete, who has spent over 30 years in physical preparation environments and the last decade helping develop athletes from beginner level up to Olympians and world champions.

Personal experience of hardship provides the wisdom that enables disappointments to become opportunities, a key ingredient needed by any athlete or individual. A horrific car accident at an early age left Kerry with a broken neck in two places, add that to being an auto immune sufferer, Kerry understands more than most what it takes to break the rules and to do the impossible, as he has literally had to learn how to walk, run and play again, not once but three times in his life.

Lastly, his passion for improvement has led Kerry to find mentorship with Nam Baldwin from BET (Breath Training). A partnership that has provided Kerry with yet another master key to help anyone and everyone lead their best lives.

These above points make Kerry’s coaching style so very unique not just in Australia but globally.

Athletes can recruit Kerry’s services as:

  1. A mindset and performance coach
  2. A strength and conditioning coach
  3. A Breath Enhancement Instructor
  4. All three

John McIntosh

Performance Coach

John grew up on the Sunshine Coast enjoying the ocean and any activity in or around it. Outside the water John naturally excelled in distance running and rugby league.

He ran a personal training business for 5 years specialising in strength and conditioning and disability clients, through the NDIS. Working with clients through the latter taught John to think outside the box for movements we all take for granted and work in with a team of professionals to get the best outcome.

After becoming a dad he showed special interest in children’s movement development and moved into coaching young athletes at The OPC.

On the education front, John has almost completed a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology at USC. He is a certified personal trainer, sports trainer and strength and conditioning coach (ASCA Level 1).

Services on offer
– Strength and conditioning coaching
– Personal training, including NDIS clients.
– Exercise programs created and delivered at OPC
– Online programs for clients training externally


Performance Coach

Arriving on the Sunshine Coast fresh from the South of New Zealand, I’ve spent the last four years employed as a Strength and Conditioning Coach at Rugby Southland and Netball South developing and educating athletes of all ages and experience to perform at Local, Provincial, National Level. 


My Passion for growth within the sporting industry compliments the experience I have gained with a focus on the long-term picture of athletes’ physical development. Regardless of the sport, the importance of a long-term vision is vital to customise individual and group strength and conditioning sessions tailored to the specific requirements of the sport or individual. Whether for yourself or your child, within the gym or on the court/field I ensure that your sessions are designed with purpose to result in quality performance when required.

Clive Rodell

Movement Consultant

Clive brings 49 years of experience within the health and fitness industry to the OPC training floor. From the introduction to weight training within the Cycling industry by Champion Derek Hunt in the 70’s to working within the Surfing Industry, assisting Track & Field athletes, and being an operations Manager at the famous Harbord Diggers Club, Clive has been there and done it all.

Over the years Clive has had successful associations with several amazing athletes, such as, World Champion Surfer Layne Beachley and Olympian Liane Fenwick, Sydney to Hobart crew members and many more.

Clive is a level 2 ASCA accredited Strength and Conditioning coach and is backed with a lifetime of experience. This experience creates wisdom, and the ability to think outside the box, creating successful movement and training solutions

If you have been put through the medical run-around, spent years trying to find a solution to your movement challenges, or just want to experience a unique and creative way of training, we recommend you reach out to Clive.

When Clive isn’t coaching, he can often be found lecturing, teaching workshops, and engaging in exhibition work. Please keep an eye on our socials and product tab, to see when the next Clive Rodell seminar or workshop is happening.