Not sure where to start? Looking for some extra motivation, or need a nudge to take your routine to the next level? Personal training is the answer.
Personal Training (PT) are structured one-on-one sessions with our qualified and experienced personal trainers. PT will help you:
- reach your goals faster
- enhance your workouts by using correct exercise technique
- reduce the risk of injury
- keep it interesting by providing variety in your workouts
- keep you motivated.
Feeling a little bit anxious about your first personal training session? No need to stress, your trainer will guide you through your personalised program.
A session will generally start with a warm up, followed by a personalised program of strength and or cardio training, finishing with a cool down. Your trainer will keep your motivation levels up and push your training to your limits while keeping in mind your current fitness level.
If you prefer working out with others but still need that push to keep you going then PT Max might be just what you’re looking for. PT Max is group personal training sessions. With groups of no more than three people, you will still get all the attention you need from a personal trainer. Plus who doesn’t love to workout with friends!
Prices for individual PT sessions:
|Individual||10 sessions||20 sessions|
Prices for PT Max (groups of two or three)
|60 minute session|
|Groups of two||$80|
|Groups of three||$99|
Price is per group, not per individual.
Complete the form below and we’ll be in contact to set up your first session.
Our team of trainers are highly qualified and have a broad range of expertise.
Most of our trainers are tertiary qualified and many of these are currently engaged in post graduate studies in either Clinical Exercise Physiology or Strength and Conditioning. You will always be in good hands and receive up to date evidence-based training programs with our team.
Education: Bachelor of Science (Exercise, Sport & Rehabilitation) – Curtin University (2015-2018)
Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology – University of Western Australia (2018-2019)
Experience: Track & Field skills and conditioning coach (Joondalup Little Athletics) 2 years
Fitness Instructor & Personal Trainer (Curtin Stadium) Since Aug 2017
Specialised or particular training interest: Love leg training (even though I regret it the next day).
Other experience: Will be going for my PADI (Professional Association of Dive Instructors) open water license in June 2019.
Favourite pre/post workout meals: Protein bar and/or banana
Interests: Spending time with family and friends, farming, playing rugby, travelling.
Fun fact: I am also a farmer.
Education: BSc(Exercise, Science and Sports Rehabilitation)
Experience: Telehealth, Physitrack, Curtin Stadium, Hydrotherapy training
Specialized or training interest: Cardio, return to sport rehabilitation, netball, swimming
Goals and Aspirations: Currently studying for my Master’s degree in Doctor of Physiotherapy
Favourite thing about being a Trainer: Helping people achieve their goals, finding a program that matches a client’s interests and that they will enjoy
Favourite workout: Anything cardio-related
What is the most frequently asked questions by people? “How do I lose weight?”, “How do I get bigger?”
Best advice for people about health and fitness: Find a program that works for your fitness goals that you will enjoy doing and find the time to do it.
Interests: netball, swimming, health and fitness
Education: Bachelor of Science (Exercise Science); Part-way through Master of Exercise Science (Strength and Conditioning).
Experience: Personal trainer since February 2017
Specialized or training interest: Athlete development
Other experience: Practical placement in a high school gym.
Goals and Aspirations: To coach field sport athlete’s full time.
Favourite thing about being a Trainer: Programming.
Favourite pre/post-workout meals: Anything tasty which is carb and protein-rich.
Favourite workout: Strength/ Power.
What is the most frequently asked questions by people?: How can I lose fat on my stomach? Answer: You can’t target fat loss, the stomach is often the last place for fat tissue to dissipate due to a number of reasons. If you get your nutrition and training right for long enough it will eventually leave that area too.
Best advice for people about health and fitness: You don’t have to reinvent the wheel to achieve your goals. Consistency in training and nutrition is paramount.
Interests: Sport, Exercise, Film, Music, History, Travel, Food, Architecture.
Fun fact: I once met Frank Ocean in New York.
Nickname: Dark Horse
Education: Bachelor of Exercise, Sports & Rehabilitation Science. Currently Masters of Clinical Exercise Physiology
Experience: Worked here for a year now!
Specialised or particular training interest: Group fitness
Other experience: Cert III in Business
Favourite pre/post workout meals: Pre – muesli bar, post – just about anything I’m usually starving haha
Interests: Netball, travel and really bad reality TV
Fun fact: I have a twin sister who also did Exercise Science and she beat me by one mark!
Education: Currently in my third year of Exercise Science at Curtin University
Experience: I am new to the fitness industry, but hope to gain extensive knowledge through my degree and my role as fitness instructor at Curtin Stadium.
Other experience: Qualified as a pool lifeguard and a Cert III in Sport and Recreation.
Favourite pre/post-workout meals: A berry, banana and oat smoothie and some mixed nuts and fruits for my pre-workout. I love salmon with stir fried veggies or brown rice.
Interests: Traveling, playing netball and watersports.
Education: Bachelor of Social Sciences (Leisure Sciences)
Experience: 20 years experience in the fitness industry. Health and Fitness Coordinator at Loftus Recreation Centre and at The City of Bayswater.
Specialised or particular training interest: Sports specific training
Other experience: Les Mills trainer in Body Pump and Body Combat.
Favourite pre/post-workout meals: Avocado smash on toast and Corona with wedges.
Interests: Swimming at the beach or watching the Fremantle Dockers lose.
Fun fact: egg and spoon race champion from year 7.