About me

Hi,my name is Dave and i am an adrenaline junky who loves a challenge.I am a very outgoing/down to earth guy who tries to enjoy life to its fullest.i was a competitive/paid footballer for 10yrs and have been powerlifting for over 3years competitively and was ranked 7th in Australia in 2015.
I believe that hard work, a positive mindset and persistence is what you need to achieve most things in life.
I invest myself in achieving overall health and well-being for my clients with the management of stress,sleep,food intolerance and a balanced training regime to combat the pressures of work,being a parent,past eating habits,digestion and general life.
Not only can i help you achieve your goals but i can make you feel younger,look younger and move better through a range of corrective techniques.
Let me help you and contact me for more details and a free initial consultation.



  • David was my personal trainer for 4 months and he helped me a lot to achieve my goals. He kept me motivated and since him leaving Sunshine Coast I've been going to the gym on my own regularly because of him. Thanks x

    Jordan Davy, Client

  • Very approachable PT that practices what he preaches. Gives 100% attention and focus to his clients and gets results!

    Ryan Charles, Club Manager

  • Dave was my PT on the Sunny Coast. He always listened and motivated me to achieve my goals. Friendly and puts clients first. Nice one! ?

    Erin Mclerie, Client

  • I trained with Dave for about 4 months before he moved to Melbourne and was amazed at the great foundation he gave me in such a short time. Very well organized and carefully prepared workouts- I can't recommend Dave enough for any level of training.

    Molly Murnane, Client


  • Body Transformation
  • Functional Training
  • Group Training
  • Older Adults Training
  • Strength Training
  • Weight Loss and Toning


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Jarrod Boyle

Soren Mongkontong was one of Australian kickboxing’s most auspicious exports. He held a WMC Intercontinental Title in 2002, fought in Japan that year and then emigrated to the home of the sport, Thailand. Once he arrived, he discovered he had to change his game-plan.

“In Australia, I was knocking a lot of people out with my hands. When I got to Thailand, I had to change my approach.” I found this surprising; after all, surely the point of competition is winning. If you can achieve that comfortably, why change?

“In Thailand, fighting is more technical; more of a game. A slower pace suits the gamblers better. If you think about it, no one wants to bet on a race where one horse is miles out in front of all the others. A closer contest is more exciting. After fighting in Thailand, fighting here in Australia is less fun. More aggro!”