Evelina Dalecki 

The things I value highest in life are Creativity and entrepreneurship, helping others and athletic progression.

Dalecki Strength is my expression of those values.

Specifically I want to help people who are passionate about challenging themselves, want to learn impressive skills and move beautifully. 

Two things people may not know about me
1. I started Gymnastics at the age of 4 and fell in love with it.
2. I love reading- My favourite book of all time is the Book Thief by Mark Zusak.

 


Jeremy Salcedo 

I started Gymnastics with Dalecki Strength in 2014 as well as CrossFit at CF Creature. My sporting background is in Capoeira which I have been practising since I was a teenager.

I joined Dalecki Strength because I want to help people explore gymnastics and body weight movement training.

I also work at Royal Rehab Ryde as a rehabilitation physiotherapist where I help people with neurological and musculoskeletal issues.

Two things people may not know about me
1. I am a second youngest of 6 boys in my family.
2. I started architecture before making physiotherapy my career.

Kat Dalecki 

I’m Kathryn Dalecki, lover and teacher of all things movement. I am extremely passionate about moving my body, feeling strong, mobile and learning new and challenging skills. 

Learning, training and challenging my body is the only way I feel “normal.” My goal is to help others realise what an amazing feeling this is. 

For years I trained/competed and coached artistic gymnastics. Much of my primary and high school years meant after school hours were spent the gym, while other kids played with their friends. I decided to stop competing at the age of 14, that’s when I started coaching kids and continued to train casually.

At the age of 19 I thought gymnastics was a no longer acceptable form of training for a person my age, that’s when I started the typical “gym” various classes, resistance and cardio training. I felt myself getting less fit and strong. 

Thankfully I was introduced to CrossFit which took me back to gymnastics, it also made me realise that we’re never to old to train, play and enjoy movement.