My progression into the fitness industry began at a young age with a strong interest in a variety of sport. I competed at a representative level and continued to do so for a number of years when I decided to take my passion for sport to another level, and so in 2007 I began my career as a personal trainer and group fitness instructor within the health and fitness industry. My main focus within my work is strength conditioning and weight loss. As a personal trainer I like to challenge my clients both physically and mentally; aiming for the best results possible. This means being 100% committed to my clients and to their goals. I have a lot of experience in and a strong interest in boxing and running boot camps. I have been running ‘Boxing for Fitness’ classes and high intensity, military style Boot Camp courses for the past two years in the local area with great success. Seeing clients achieve their goals and reaching new levels is what gives me the greatest satisfaction.
Below are some inspirational testimonials:
Rachel: “RJ has provided me with invaluable assistance in relation to my health and physical well-being through various group classes and one on one training sessions. I have exceeded my expectations of my own physical capabilities and through RJ’s assistance I have reevaluated my capabilities and set new, achievable goals.
Justin: “I participated in the Boot Camp course coordinated by RJ which has changed focus on fitness. I have never ever been fitter. RJ is committed to the program and ensured the group worked together to achieve their results through positive motivation. RJ got the best out of every participant. I highly recommend RJ, we were able to not only get into a routine that we looked forward to every week, but also see and feel the real benefits of group training.
Registered Fitness Leader; Certificate 3 in Fitness (Group Fitness Instructor, Gym Floor Instructor); Certificate 4 in Personal Training; Senior First Aid
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