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



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


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More than sport: Jonathan Brown

Jacob Gough

Jonathan Brown“Hard work and preparation is a major key to success.”

Hailing from country Victoria, Jonathan Brown was drafted at 18 by the Brisbane Lions in 1999, under the Father/Son rule. He was groomed as the Club’s centre-half forward and played his first senior game the next year, in round 5, against the Adelaide Crows.

The current Lions’ captain really stamped his dominance on the game in 2007. Jonathan won the Coleman Medal (for being the League’s leading goal kicker), the first of his two club’s Best and Fairest awards to date, the AFLPA Best Captain Award and the Robert Rose Award for Most Courageous Player. To top off his phenomenal year, Jonathan also came runner-up in the Leigh Matthews’ Trophy for the League’s Most Valuable Player and was named vice captain of the All Australian team. AFL guru, Mike Sheahan, named him the best player in the competition. Jonathan’s exceptional work ethic sees him consistently delivering results on the field. He believes that strong preparation, honesty and team work are essential to success. Here you can gain an insight into how these values have helped him on his journey so far...