“I love to keep moving while training; go from one exercise to the other – no standing around.
I really enjoy putting the body to the test by trying alternate movements with exercises”
Rusty is the Operations Manager for Revolution Health and Fitness at Seagulls and has worked in the fitness industry for over 30 years. On joining the Revolution team only a few months after the gym was open, Rusty has played an integral part in all aspects of the Club. He is often seen on the gym floor, personal training members, or teaching a class or 2, or 3, or 4 – you get the idea! Rusty enjoys many fields in fitness from Marital Arts, weights, and cardio.
Rusty’s love for Revolution Health and Fitness would surpass most. He is always here before sun-up and loves to mix with the members for a great atmosphere.
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My passion is a holistic approach to health & fitness, mind and body, inside and out is the key. I enjoy helping people strengthen the underlying issues and get amazing results! I love seeing others carry out a simple sustainable and practical lifestyle and especially love the opportunity to help those seeking inspiration and ideas for themselves.
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Fitness is in my blood!!! For all of my life, I have lived a healthy lifestyle with a desire to help direct others down that same path.
With over 20 years as a fitness professional, I am highly passionate about the industry. I have forged a successful career as a Group Fitness Instructor, Personal Trainer and business owner.
I thrive on the challenge of helping clients and members achieve their personal goals. As their mentor, I love nothing more than to help guide and encourage my clients to be the best version of themselves. Their success is my reward – to see the results of their hard work is what keeps me motivated to support my clients.
You body is your temple, be kind to it and release the energy within.
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Hi, I have spent over 12 years in Health and Fitness managing my own fitness centre. Over the years I have made the transition from purely personal training into the prehab/rehab side which was led largely by my own lower back injury.
In 2012 I suffered a herniation of my L4-L5 Disc. I was referred to a neurosurgeon and her recommendation was to perform a discectomy. I was 27 years old at the time and really wanted to explore every possible avenue before undertaking back surgery. I tried Physiotherapy, Osteopathy, Chiropractic, and Acupuncture treatments but nothing worked. After 6 months I was recommended to a Remedial Massage Therapist. We attacked my problem for the source spending adequate time on my tight, tense, and previously neglected muscles to make a lasting change. Weekly treatments over the course of 3 months, coupled with my own prescribed rehab program reduced my pain to a negligible level and removed the need for surgery.
Now, instead of waiting for pain, I have a proactive view to injury management for myself and my clients. I believe in ensuring that my clients move well in all foundational patterns, we assess how they move and help them to implement mobility/ strength and conditioning programs to suit their body and injury requirements. These programs coupled with our soft tissue treatments help to keep them moving week, but foremost moving pain-free.
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