Before & after

  • After having a baby it has been a tough journey working hard to get my body back, but the progress is amazing


About me

Have you ever had a vision that was so clear, of how your dream body would look and feel like? You know that some day you'll get the ultimate 6 pack, or nice back with no rolls, but when and how??? For years I struggled with low confidence and self esteem issues because I was overweight and not losing it anytime soon... My habits were atrocious, mid teenage years I began to smoke, drink and binge eat on whatever I craved. Chocolate, mash potatoes for breakfast and constantly had anxiety a d was always sluggish. Anytime I met someone I instantly assumed thejudging me by my weight and body. I managed to join an awesome gym at age 20 and lost a massive 25kg focusing on all those names people called me and that gave .e motivation to train even harder. I'd NEVER be called fat again or chunky. With the help of my trainer I got down to 67kg!!! Best body I'd ever had!!! Compliments flying in from every angle it was hard to stomach at once buy I got use to it being the new me. I now have a 1 yo daughter and thrive off being a fit mum, with finally shedding the last of 30kg after pregnancy!!! Sooo that's NY story, what's yours? How do you want to succeed and how can I help?


  • Boxing
  • Circuit Training
  • Fat Loss
  • Muscle Gain
  • Toning
  • TRX


The meaning of the Tick

Lifestyle Trainers

Something we are all used to seeing on packaging in our local supermarkets is the Heart Foundation Tick. It is easy to forget exactly what it stands for. From the Heart Foundation website:

The Heart Foundation Tick is a self-funded public health program which aims to improve the nutrition of the foods Australians eat most often and deliver better nutritional health outcomes for all Australians.  The Tick nutrition standards focus on improvements that impact positively on your health such as limiting saturated fat, salt and kilojoules and making sure there is more of the healthier nutrients like calcium and fibre.

To earn the Tick, products must be independently tested to meet standards for their food type.  Whether you're in the supermarket or out for a meal you'll find plenty of healthy Tick alternatives with around 1100 products that have been independently audited to meet strict nutrition critieria and labelling standards.

Is the tick something you actively look for? How important is it to your food choices? We would love to hear your thoughts below.

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