About me

Hi. My name is Shelley and I'm a Personal Trainer at Genesis Fitness Shellharbour.

My love of health and fitness started at a young age, watching my mum teach aerobics classes (in the leotard and leg warmer days!). Growing up with such a great, healthy role model set me on a good path in life, and one reason I love my job so much is because I can inspire and encourage others to live a healthy lifestyle!

I am a mother to 3 young girls so I understand what it's like to juggle family, work and life commitments. Many of my clients are also mothers who are working hard to lose baby weight or just to get healthier, fitter and stronger so they can chase their kids around.

I specialise in helping ladies transform their bodies through exercise and healthy eating. My areas of expertise include weight training, HIIT (high intensity interval training), training for fat loss, running training, correct of imbalances and mobility.

We will work together as a team to achieve your goals! If it's important you, it is important to me too!



  • Body Transformation
  • Fat Loss
  • Group Training
  • Nutritional Advice
  • Strength and Conditioning
  • Weight Loss and Toning


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More than sport: Emily Seebohm

Jacob Gough

Emily Seebohm

“I always just go out and do the best I can.”

16-year-old Emily Seebohm, the youngest ever Order of Australia medal recipient, possesses the perfect blend of fun and professionalism. She holds 14 Australian Age swimming titles, was the first Australian woman to go under 1:00 in 100m backstroke and won Olympic gold at Bejing in the 4x100m medley relay. At the World Championships in 2007, Emily also won gold as a member of the 4x100m medley relay as well as coming 4th in the women’s individual 100m backstroke.

Her achievements are phenomenal, yet the aspiring make-up artist still views a session at the pool as just another opportunity to enjoy herself with friends. As she emphasizes in her interview, Emily’s success is proof that if you do what you love, you will go further!

When did you know you wanted to make a career and living out of swimming and that it could become a reality?


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