aosmani

About me

With a true passion for health and fitness, I have always been involved in sports from soccer, cricket, volleyball and kickboxing
As a personal trainer my goals is to help, guide, motivate and reignite your passion, whether it be to lose weight, gain muscle or general fitness I will cater to your needs, together we will step over any obstacles whilst having fun.

looking forward to helping anyone and everyone from all walks of life so please don’t hesitate to come say hello at the gym or contact me via email or phone.

YouTube videos

  • Big day for my boy Tasman Wakelin! Today he is flying to America to compete in one of the biggest races of his BMX career. He is pursing to become the World Champion and then he is off to New Zealand to live with his family. Although, I'm losing one of my most driven and hardest working clients, I just wanted to say that I couldn't be more proud of this guy. Can't believe all the things he has achieved and at only 15 years old! (Mind blown). When I first met Tas he was a skinny 14 year old kid who had big dreams. But what was different about him was that he was extremely serious about his ambitions of becoming a world champ one day. Not everyday has been easy, not every race to the lead up was won, but despite the set backs and countless injuries, today he is 3 times the size of any other 15 year old. He also has the strength, endurance and mindset to conquer anything. Well done bro!!

Services

Expertise

  • Boxing for Fitness
  • General fitness
  • Group Fitness
  • Muscle Gain
  • Strength Training
  • Weight Loss and Toning

Articles

Image source: lord-jim

Does it matter whether you win or lose in sport?

Shane Heal

I started playing basketball and football from the time I was 5 years old. I was very lucky to have my dad as my coach and mentor in my junior years. He taught me to always have a go and do my best. He also taught me to aim high, to dream and set goals and work as hard as I could to achieve my goals. He helped me through the times I failed and encouraged me to continue to compete and never let anyone tell me I couldn’t achieve. I was told many times from others as a kid that I couldn’t achieve the goals and dreams that I had and that my height would always hinder me from representing our country. I lost my dad in a work accident when I was 13 years old and whilst this rocked my world for at least the next decade, I look back now and realise I was the luckiest kid in the world to have 13 years with someone that could teach, encourage, support and love me so much.

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