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About me

I specialised in functional movement exercises to help increase the body's metabolism for weight/fat loss, toning and shaping. I use various methods such as HIIT, explosive/power training for sports specific goals, strength and conditioning maintenance. As an advance fitball qualified trainer I have also often utilised balance, core and stability training to strengthen weak muscles to alleviate or help with injuriy management. I have previous history in managing of torn ankle ligaments, sprain wrists, lower back pain, leg length differences and various knee complications.

I have experienced and been involved in the following:

- 10 Years of service with the Royal Australian Air Force
- National Defence Basketball and Netball
- Played Rugby League in my junior years
- Central Lions District Basketball
- 10 Years of strength and conditioning training
- Black Belt in Taekwondo

Before & after

  • Week #1 (Jan 2015) Week #1 (Jan 2015)
    Week #8 (Mar 2015) Week #8 (Mar 2015)

    Mathew - train with me 1 x 30 mins session a week for a period of 8 weeks. Mathew's goal was to increase strength, tone and shape up. Mathew achieved PBs during the 8 weeks of training, 20kgs more on squats and bench press, he went from doing 4 pull ups t

  • Week #1 (Late Jan 2015) Week #1 (Late Jan 2015)
    Week #12 (April 2015) Week #12 (April 2015)

    Nathan - my main goal in life is to get fit, loose weight and live a fruitful life after I was diagnosed with a life threatening medical condition. Since joining GENESIS, Hong has helped me drop 29 kilos in a short period of time and looking forward to th

Services

Expertise

  • Fat Loss
  • Functional Fitness
  • Rehabilitation
  • Sports Specific Training
  • Strength and Conditioning
  • Weight Loss and Toning

Articles

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Sport after vision loss

Lifestyle Trainers

From the Better Health Channel:

Many people aged 70 or over will experience significant vision loss as a natural consequence of ageing. This gradual loss of vision may prevent some people from enjoying their usual sporting activities. A sedentary house-bound person can experience a variety of problems, such as overweight and obesity, mobility difficulties and loneliness. However, many sports can be adapted to suit people who are blind or have low vision, and the following is just a small sample.

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