I am an Accredited Exercise Scientist (AES) with Exercise and Sport Science Australia. I completed my Bachelor of Exercise Science in 2018, in which I undertook placement in a wide range of gyms and clinics, learning how to prescribe exercise for all ages and abilities. Whilst this has given me a foundation, I always seek out new knowledge and try to apply it to myself and those I work with. My experience in the army reserves, health centres and sporting team settings, has given me a broad range of exercise prescription methods, to find an option that suits the individual.
My passion for training began as a 17-year-old, using fitness as a way of managing stress and improving myself. Since this age I have trained with goals to complete basic training in the army, fun runs (up to 15 km), Spartan Races (14 km), trekking in Nepal (240km), cycling (100km), in bodybuilding competitions (ICN/ANB first timer and novice 2019), triathlons (Sprint distance), and most importantly as a way of keeping my body and mind fit and healthy.
I have implemented training and nutrition strategies in my own life for many years and I thrive off educating and motivating others, to be able to change their lifestyle to become healthier and happier. I also understand the importance of mental health and training your mind with your body. I am to create an environment that makes it enjoyable and gets you the long term results you desire.
I am studying Exercise Physiology at Victoria University 2021-2022 and will be an Accredited Exercise Physiologist.