awoolston

Expertise

  • Fat Loss
  • Muscle Gain
  • Sport Specific Training

About me

My passion for health, fitness and strength has been a life long evolution. I was introduced to the weight lifting world by my father, who showed me the ropes from an early age, and I was inspired to embrace an active lifestyle ever since. I’ve seen and experienced the results that you can achieve through hard work, personal goal setting, determination, drive, and becoming educated in the field. I really want to share this passion for fitness with people who may need extra motivation, inspiration or education. I believe that once you include strength and fitness into your lifestyle you will never look back.

I have worked with many different people in varied stages of their fitness goals, both in Australia and New Zealand. My style of personal training caters for all body types, but my passion lies in strength and muscle building. I believe strength and stability is the core element in pursuing a healthy body, which in turn breeds a healthier mind. I have a range of skills and expertise, and look forward to implementing a variety of workout routines, based on my dedicated experience.

Personal training is a rewarding privilege that I feel blessed to be a part of. I consider myself to be friendly and very approachable, you will feel confident and comfortable knowing you are being looked after by someone who has your best interests at heart. A successful personal training relationship reflects positively on the both of us, so you will always receive my utmost attention and respect. Contact me and let’s discuss your fitness needs and goals, whether it is a short-term plan or long term maintenance. I’m here to stay and I can’t wait to contribute to your positive changes.

• National Certificate in Fitness (Exercise Consultant) (Level 3)
• Open Polytechnic Certificate in Fitness (Personal Training) (Level 4)
• Certificate IV in Fitness
National Baseball New Zealand:
• 2013 Under 13 Assistant Coach, Asia Pacific Tournament, Taiwan
• 2014 Under 15 Strength and Conditioni

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Organic Food: Is it Worth It?

Mark Bunn

I was walking past the fruit & veg section in the supermarket the other day, and seeing those shiny, oversized, plastic looking, almost fake, pieces of  fruit made me think of Hollywood actresses (shiny, oversized, plastic looking…but generally fake!). Then I thought, “hmmm, maybe a tip on organic food might be in order”… isn’t it sad how my brain works???

Anyway, should you or shouldn’t you eat organic? Is there much of a difference & is the added cost really worth it? Let’s have a look.

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