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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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What is 'kickboxing'?

Jarrod Boyle

This column will be discussing all things kickboxing in the coming weeks, and it's always good at the outset of a technical discussion to define your terms. Strictly speaking, kickboxing is grouped with other martial arts such as Karate, Kung Fu and Tae Kwon Do. This isn't a bad way to do it, given that all these forms of martial arts involve striking with the hands and feet. While this is certainly the case, kickboxing is a significant philosophical departure from the others, and this means the training itself is significantly different.

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