Friday, July 29, 2011

Floating Fitness: Check it out!

Check Chris and Burgo out in Floating Fitness!

Do something Kanowski!

Do something Steve!

PT Jobs at Jetts Goodna

Rhett Tronc has some Personal Trainer jobs at Goodna Jetts available. Please call 0413699690 if you are interested.

2XU Run Group: Tuesday and Thursday Mornings.

Meet at 2XU Shop at Southbank. 545am start. All levels welcome.

Camp Fitnance

Camp Fitnance will be on the 20th to the 23rd of October in Red Rock.
Kayaking, Mountain Biking, Fishing, Walking, Bowling, Boating, Running, Boxing, Weights, Stories, Cooking Lessons = Camp Fitnance.
We will be booking out some houses in Red Rock and will meet at Camp Head Quaters (Steve's house) for meals.
See Chris or Steve to register your interest

Good Luck to the Jets this weekend against the Northern Pride in Cairns on Saturday

Well Done Sharleen Stratton. 3rd and 5th at World Championships

Sharleen finished 3rd in the 3m Syncronised Springboard and 5th in the individual 3m Springboard.
Where is Rachel Bugg?

Well Done to the FIT's at the Fusion Games

Do Something Weier!

Fitnance Ladies Criterium Podium!

Fitnance Ladies Crit!

MATT FARMER 01.02.05
ZOE WILSON 01.06.20


Corporate Crit:
Steven Leitch's Intebuild Team finished 2nd
The Fitnance Team of Chris Weier, Peter Nowill, Nick Lorenz, Patrick Nispell and Craig Walker is still finishing!!

Good luck Flick in the alpe d'huez Triathlon this weekend

This is the lead into the London ITU Race next weekend. London counts for Olympic Selection.

Good Luck Norbert Goulton at Dragon Boat World Championships

Norbert took off on Wednesday for the Dragon Boat World Championships.
If you are interested in Dragon Boats please see Norbert at the Gym.

Monday, July 25, 2011

Personal Trainer Wanted: Express PT.

Passionate, committed & driven Personal Trainers. FULL TIME.

Snap fitness Mount Gravatt and Snap Fitness Everton Park are looking for passionate Fitness Professionals who are hungry for a career FULL TIME in Personal Training and are looking to join our team long term...

State of the art equipment
Exclusive PT Zone
Boot Camps, group classes and 8 week Challenge
Full Aquatic centre & pools.

Immediate Start
Guaranteed Income
On going Professional Development
Structured Hours

Earn extra income from realistic commission structures

The successful applicants will possess the following traits:
Well Presented
Looking for a long term career
MUST HAVE CERT 3 & CERT 4 Personal training completed
Must be registered with Fitness Australia
Must have current CPR & First Aid
Must be fully insured
Boxing accreditations preferred.

Send resume to with either Mount Gravatt OR Everton Park as your subject heading. We will be holding group interviews leading to 1 on 1 interviews for successful applicants.

Regional Coordinator - Rockhampton QLD

Work Type Full Time
$63,601 to $70,598 pa + super + benefits
Salary Currency Australian Dollar
Location Rockhampton, QLD, Australia

This is an exciting opportunity to join Australia’s peak sporting body in a cross-government approach aimed at addressing declining levels of activity amongst primary school aged children and unsupervised after school activity.

You will coordinate delivery of the Active After-school Communities program at regional level through a cluster of local primary schools and Out of School Hours Care Services using local community organisations and personnel.

Tertiary qualifications in the field of education, sport or a related discipline or equivalent experience is essential. Demonstrated experience in program development and implementation and a sound understanding of junior sport is required. This position requires the occupant to provide their own transport, and work related travel expenses will be reimbursed through a mileage allowance.

Position is based in Rockhampton and services the Central West region. Employment will be offered on a fixed term basis until 27 August 2012 behind maternity leave.

For selection documentation visit If you are unable to access the internet, contact our recruitment officer on (02) 6214 1328

For enquiries after reading the job description contact Richard May on 0427 700 913

Applications close Wednesday, 26 July 2011

Applicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents of Australia

Selection Criteria Essential
Relevant Tertiary Qualification
Working with children check

Closing Date 18 Aug 2011
Apply to
Name Richard May
Phone (work) 0427 700 913

Australian Sports Commission: Regional Coordinator - Roma QLD

Regional Coordinator - Roma QLD
This is an exciting opportunity to join Australia’s peak sporting body in a cross-government approach aimed at addressing declining levels of activity amongst primary school aged children and unsupervised after school activity.
Employer Australian Sports Commission
Full Time
$63,601 to $70,598 pa+ super + benefits

You will coordinate delivery of the Active After-school Communities program at a regional level through a cluster of local primary schools and Out of School Hours Care Services using local community organisations and personnel. Tertiary qualifications in the field of education, sport or a related discipline or equivalent experience is essential. Demonstrated experience in program development and implementation and a sound understanding of junior sport is required.

This position requires the occupant to provide their own transport, and work related travel expenses will be reimbursed through a mileage allowance.

Position is based in Roma and services the South West region. Employment will be offered on a fixed term basis until 31 December 2012 and employment beyond this date subject to future funding.

For selection documentation visit If you are unable to access the internet, contact our recruitment officer on (02) 6214 1328

For enquiries after reading the job description contact Jacqueline Kelly on 0437 700 320

Applications close Tuesday, 26 July 2011

Applicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents of Australia

Selection Criteria Essential
Relevant Tertiary Qualification
Working with children check

Closing Date 18 Aug 2011
Apply to
Name Jacqueline Kelly
Phone (work) 0409 634 180

Oz Tag Referee's wanted

Referees needed for 1 or 2 nights per week. Free level 1 training provided. No prior experience necessary.
Sunnybank Oztag Association
$30 to $50 ph
Tuesday and Thursday nights.

Closing Date 20 Aug 2011
Apply to
Aaron Burnett
Phone (work) 0433 912 565
Phone (mobile) 0433 912 565

Membership Sales Consultant Wanted: Fenix Fitness

Full Time
From $70,000 pa

Our Nerang Club is looking for passionate and driven membership sales consultants to spearhead our existing sales team. Apply if you:

Love earning money
Are available for a flexible roster including evening and weekend work
Are energetic, self-motivated and driven
Love winning and the feeling of success
Enjoy being rewarded and recognised for your hard work
Like working in a team towards a shared target
Are friendly, confident and well presented
Comprehensive induction, ongoing training and support is provided The position attracts a base salary as well as a very rewarding incentive scheme. the incentive scheme includes commission, bonuses, holidays and other great rewards.

Closing Date 21 Aug 2011
Apply to
Name Sam Warhurst

Saturday, July 23, 2011

The Winter Project: Week 8

The Winter Project: Week 8 starts Monday.
Welldone to: Parra, Judy, Fraser, Darren, Brett, Dave. A combined loss of 25kg.

Missing in Action: Joe, Rae, Kirstine.

Personal Training Manager - NORTH QUAY QLD

Fitness First is Australia's leading health club operator with over 90 clubs nationally is seeking a Full-time Personal Training Manager for our North Quay, QLD club.

The Personal Training Manager's main objective is to effectively recruit, manage and develop an exceptional personal training team, in the pursuit of the teams set goals and budgets. This will encompass the development, growth, training and motivation of personal trainer franchisees and nominees. A strong understanding of personal training with the ability to implement the operations, administration and continuous improvement of the Fitness First Personal Training system will therefore be required.

As the Personal Training Manager you don't have to leave your PT business behind. With the opportunity to run your own personal training business around your core responsibilities, you are looking at a high earning potential. You will also have access to a large customer base and support in drawing new clients.

The ideal candidate will be a registered Fitness Leader, possess strong leadership qualities and effective people management skills. Knowledge and experience in personal training co-ordination or experience in a similar role would be advantageous.

Applications close Friday 27th July 2011.

Personal Trainer Wanted : Extreme Physique Personal Training

Extreme Physique Personal Training are currently seeking a motivated personal trainer to join their team.

We are looking for:

- A person that has a strong work ethic with professional values
- The ability to deliver sound exercise programs to a range of clients
- A person that consistently delivers a high standard of customer service
- An energetic, friendly and outgoing personality
- A person who is comfortable in marketing themselves to help build their clientele
- Someone who displays initiative and an eagerness to learn
- A valuable team member as well as the ability to work independently
- A person that has an active and healthy lifestyle

Are you looking for:

- The opportunity to work for a business that has been established in the industry for over ten years
- The flexibility to train clients indoors and outside
- A work environment that encourages growth and development of your skills whilst appreciating your efforts
- A business that knows how to support you and your career goals

All applicants must have own reliable transport, insurance, first aid and registration with Fitness Australia.

Rob Norrington
3262 7334

Good luck Jayden and Kenrick at World Swimming Championships!

2XU Run Group Results

4 laps = 1350m of Musgrave Park
Name 1st set 2nd set 3rd set
Dirk 5.55 5.44 5.19
Justin 5.07 4.54 4.32
Anna 5.26 5.15 5.01
Matt 5.27 5.10 4.59
Katerina 5.41 5.24 5.21
Steve 5.53 5.34 4.55
Mark 5.53 5.43 5.25
Kristy 5.30 - -
J-Man 5.14 4.51 -
Adam 5.40 5.15 4.45
Paul 5.57 5.44 5.29
Richo 5.58 5.54 5.25
Dave 5.58 5.34 5.01
Kayleigh 6.00 5.48 5.45
Brenda 6.01 5.49 5.45
Tiff 6.06 5.57 5.46
Rod Sleeping in!
Katrina Sleeping in!
Chris Sleeping in!
Alison Sleeping in!
Sandra Sleeping in!
Kath Sleeping in!
Kanowski Still finishing Newcastle!
Mel Starting soon
Lace Sleeping in!

3 laps
Name 1st set 2nd set 3rd set
Danny 5.08 5.10 5.16
Kate1 6.10 6.28 6.29
Kale2 6.03 6.10 5.28
David C 5.07 4.22 5.44 (4 laps)

Friday, July 22, 2011

Good luck at State Cross Country Champs

Good luck this weekend to these FIT's at State Cross Country Champs.
Peter Nowill
Glenn Yarham
Jay Twist
Tom Kennedy
Jackson Haigh
Marissa Mahony

Good luck Nanda Stoltz at the World Waterpolo Championships

The Chin Up Challenge

Chin-up Challenge

The race is on at Fitnance with who can reach a 50kg weighted chip up first, competitors include:

Brooke Spence
Mal Duffy
Chris Lok

It’s going to be a tough competition, with Brooke lifting 15kg last night and Mal lifting 20kg today. You guys are amazing! Keep us up to date with your progress and we can organise a prize for the first one to reach 50kg.. Also we will add it to our Fitnance Hall of Fame so you have some bragging rights

Tuesday, July 19, 2011


Congratulations to Katrina Robertson for being accepted into the powerlifting Hall of Fame!!
Katrina Robertson
When Clermont’s Katrina Robertson broke both legs in a serious motorcycle accident soon after finishing school in 1977, she was told she would never play sport again. In fact, so bad were her injuries, doctors feared at one stage that she may even lose a leg to amputation.
Sports-mad Katrina was shattered. Her ultimate dream had always been to represent Australia at one of the many sports she loved – swimming, athletics, basketball, netball, rowing and tennis.
After spending two years in and out of hospital and trying to learn to walk again, Katrina was finally told to find a career that allowed her to remain sedentary.
She began nursing studies at the Mackay Base Hospital in 1981, and later, in 1986, was accepted into university to study psychology. This surprised Katrina’s family and friends, as she had always been too busy having fun and playing sport to ever focus on study or schoolwork
But Katrina was determined and proved her commitment by passing all subjects with straight As. She then moved to Mackay permanently to open a private psychology practice.
Despite succeeding with her nursing and psychology studies, Katrina felt something was missing.
In 1994, she saw an article in Mackay’s Daily Mercury newspaper about the World Masters Games that would be held in Brisbane later that year.
Katrina decided, against medical advice, to try to get fit and participate at the games. She started training with Ken Ware at a local Mackay gym and by the end of the year had won two gold and two silver World Masters medals while competing in the discus, shot put, hammer throw and weight pentathlon.
After the World Masters success, Ken taught Katrina the basics of the squat, bench press and deadlift, and the pair headed off to a powerlifting competition in Townsville.
Katrina, by her own admission a powerlifting novice, broke the Australian deadlift record (202.5kg) in her first competition. She was, of course, hooked.
Katrina, in the true tradition of amateur sports, started training in an old gym next to a cane paddock, with her 70-year-old dad as coach, and without any financial support or sponsorship. She worked full-time in her psychology practice to make sure she could pay the bills.
Over the next five years, Katrina broke 31 Australian, 12 Oceania, 18 Commonwealth and seven world records.
In 1997, aged 37, she won the Women’s World Super Heavyweight Powerlifting Championship in South Africa, where she broke three world records and was dubbed “the strongest woman in the world” by the news media.
Katrina was Mackay’s ‘Daily Mercury Sport Star of the Year’ in 1996 and 1997 and was inducted into the Sporting Hall of Fame in 2001. She first appeared in the Guinness Book of Records in 1998.
Katrina retired from competitive lifting in 2001 but continues to be active in sport and is a regular on the public speaking circuit. She has also continued in her psychology practice, where she specialises in the health, sports and rehabilitation areas.

Job Availability

Monday, July 18, 2011

Job Availabilities

Netball Queensland, located at Moorooka, is currently looking for a Member Support Unit Officer.

Fenix Fitness at Robina, is currently looking for someone to fill the role of a Receptionist.

Surf Life saving Queensland, located at Cairns, is looking for a Sports Coordinator.

AFL NSW ACT is looking for a Club Coordinator, paying $46,000-49,000 pa including super.

Hockey Queensland, based in Brisbane, is looking for a State Program Manager, paying $55,000 pa + super.

Strongman Nationals

Results: Australia’s Strongest Man, Lismore.
1. Derek Boyer 42 pts
2. Eben Le Roux 33.5 pts
3. Marc Wells 31.5 pts
4. Daniel Macri 28.5 pts
5. Adam Mazzon 26.5 pts
6. Jordan Steffens 18 pts
7. Tim O’Shea 13 pts
Jets Win Thriller After Siren
QRL Media
17/07/2011 10:48:28 PM
IPSWICH five-eighth Brendon Lindsay calmly slotted a penalty goal after the final siren today to hand the Jets a remarkable 20-19 victory over a stunned Redcliffe outfit at Dolphin Oval.
In an amazing finish that captivated fans from both teams, the Jets conjured a miracle escape just moments after Dolphins halfback Dan Cross had seemingly booted his team to victory with a field goal in the final minute.
But within a few dramatic seconds, Redcliffe’s 19-18 advantage slipped through their fingers after the Dolphins failed to re-gather the kick off.
Redcliffe conceded a penalty after a Dolphins player touched the ball in an off-side position following the handling error.
As Lindsay stepped up to take the penalty attempt 20 metres out and just to the left of the posts, the home crowd voiced its disapproval.
But Lindsay put the ball between the uprights, sending the Ipswich players into frenzied celebrations.
Proud Ipswich skipper Keiron Lander conceded there was an element of good fortune about the final play of the match.
“Definitely, but we made our own luck. The boys chased hard off the kick off and we kept going through and we put pressure on them,” Lander said.
The tough lock forward said the Jets were “growing in confidence” each week.
The last-gasp win came at a crucial time for the Jets, who hold fourth spot on percentages from Souths Logan.
Redcliffe remains in second spot on 24 points but will be ruing a missed opportunity today.
The Dolphins led 12-0 early and 18-6 at half-time.
Redcliffe forwards Dave Hala and Chris Farrell were outstanding in the middle, while livewire five-eighth Joe Bond had the crowd on its feet on the stroke of half-time with a brilliant length of the field try.
With his side leading 12-6 but under huge pressure on its own goal line in the closing stages of the first half, Bond took an intercept against the run of play.
The former Devils star sprinted down the right flank and evaded Jets winger Jarrod McInally to score Redcliffe’s third try of the half.
Redcliffe dominated field position in the opening 20 minutes of the second half, but couldn’t land the knock-out blow despite the Jets being reduced to 12 men following the sin-binning of centre Brendon Marshall.
The visitors gradually grew in confidence and when Residents back-rower Lorenzo Maafu scored with 15 minutes to go and Lindsay converted, the Jets had a glimmer of hope.
Their chances of staging a come-from-behind win increased dramatically when McInally scored after the Dolphins fumbled a bomb with six minutes remaining.
Lindsay knocked over the conversion to level proceedings at 18-18.
But Lindsay wasn’t on target with his next opportunity with the boot when he pushed a field goal attempt to the right of the posts.
Redcliffe made no mistake at the other end, with Cross’ field goal splitting the uprights and raising a huge cheer around the ground.
The field goal came after the Dolphins snatched the ball from the hands of Ipswich fullback Luke Walker with a tremendous one-on-one steal.
But Walker and his teammates were able to breathe a huge sigh of relief when they watched Lindsay boot the match-winning penalty at the other end of the field.

Ipswich Jets

Results from the weekend!

Intrust Super Cup

Redcliffe Dolphins 19 - Ipswich Jets 20
Tries: Liam Georgetown, Joe Bond, Dave Hala
Conversions: Liam Georgetown 3
Drop Goals: Dan Cross
Tries: Lorenzo Maafu, Joseph Tomane, Jarrod McInally
Conversions: Brednon Lindsay 4

FOGS A Grade

Redcliffe Dolphins 50 - Ipswich Jets 6
Tries: Tim Yee 2, Matt Britt 2, Filinga Filiga 2, Alwyn Simpson, Mike Afioga, Grant Flugge, Zac Bishop.
Conversions: Jed Fuller 5
Tries: Scott Ireland
Conversions: Khan Ahwang

FOGS Colts

Redcliffe Dolphins 28 - Ipswich Jets 14
Tries: Zac Strasser, Josh Batalibasi, James Furminger, Kyle Hall, Zac Lemberg
Conversions: Ben Cook 4
Tries: Kurt Capewell 3
Conversions: Callum Waldrum

Saturday, July 16, 2011

Good luck Flick

Good luck Flick in the Hamburgler Triathlon.

Fusion Games

Good luck to all the Fits competing at the Fusion Games on Sunday. Get along and cheer the guys and gals along if you can!

Corporate Criterium:
Intebuild Team : Steven Leitch, Michael McGuire
Fitnance Team: Craig O'Connell, Craig Walker, Nick Lornez, Peter Nowill, PAtrick Nispell, Chris Weier

Go the Jets!

Congratulations to the Ipswich Jets for their smashing win last weekend against the Mackay Cutters, 56 to 10!

Try scorers:

Ramon Filipine, Brendon Marshall (3), Todd Riggs, Michael Fisher, Luke Capewell (3), Luke Walker and Max Seumanutafa!


Brendon Lindsay (6)

Currently sitting 4th on the ladder, good luck Jets in the game this weekend against the Redcliffe Dolphins!

(Sunday 17th July, 3:00pm Dolphin Oval)

Good Luck Eben, Marc and Tim in Aus Strongman this weekend.

Good luck to Eben, Marc and Tim in Australia's Strongest Man Competition in Lismore this weekend.

Monday, July 11, 2011

Personal Trainer Wanted: Surat

Qualified Personal Trainers -Empower2themax

Empower2themax PTY LTD provides Health & Wellness Co-ordinators and Personal Trainers for remote sites within the oil, gas and energy industry across Australia.

We are looking for a qualified Cert III & Cert IV Personal Trainers to fill one role immediately and another role in 3 months in the Surat Basin.

You will run a gymnasium, performing inductions, group classes, one on one classes and ensuring the safe operation of all apparatus within the gym.

You will report directly to the Director of the company, however you will be largely autonomous in your role.

You will be required to drive to and from site, your shift is from Monday to Friday split shifts. 4.30am - 6.00am and 4.00pm - 9.00pm.

You will need to posses strong interpersonal skills and a desire to be creative in your training and program writing. Only team players need apply, due to the autonomous nature of the role, you will need to be absolutely honest in your actions and reporting.

You will stay on a remote site camp, therefore it would be beneficial if you were studying between your split shifts. You will be required to perform basic maintenance and cleaning of the gym and be able to operate a washing machine and dryer for the towels.

Empower2themax PTY LTD is an International company with clients in Japan and very soon in New Guinea, therefore, there is option to travel with your work in the future.

You must have insurance and a reliable vehicle and phone.

Barry Donovan
Empower2themax PTY LTD
+61 401 887 765

Personal Trainer Wanted: Ashgrove

Personal Trainer - Goodlife Health Clubs

As part of the Ardent Leisure Group, an ASX listed company, Goodlife Health Clubs is Australia’s fastest growing health club brand with over 125,000 members, 44 clubs, and 2400 staff nationwide.

We are presently seeking a Personal Trainer for our Ashgrove club who has the passion, enthusiasm and genuine motivation to improve the lives of others through improved health and fitness, as well as an ambition for career progression.

What we offer

-Induction & ongoing training and development
-Free Club Membership
-No Rent Repayments
-Career Progression Opportunities

Goodlife’s Career Progression

The emphasis at Goodlife is to train and develop our employees in order to provide ongoing career opportunities within the business. Such prospects include undertaking a Certificate 3 & 4 in Business, a Diploma in Business Management, or a Diploma in Front Line Management, assisting your transition into management positions.

What your role will encompass

As a Personal Trainer, reporting to the Fitness Director, your daily tasks will include the following tasks with the aim of meeting monthly sales targets;
-Liaising with members;
-Conduct Personal Training Sessions;
-Ensure all clients are receiving agreed results from training programs;
-Manage induction sessions with new members,

This is an ideal career choice for a self motivated trainer who enjoys working autonomously within a supportive team environment.

What qualifications you will need
•Registration with Fitness Australia or affiliated body;
•Certificate III and Certificate IV in Fitness;
•Working with Children Check;
•Current First Aid and CPR certificates.
•Public Liability Insurance and Professional Indemnity Insurance is preferred but not essential as a club trainer

While you’re awaiting our response to your application, you will receive a free 7 day pass to the Goodlife Health Club in your area; this will give you an opportunity to experience our brand and work life culture.

To submit your application please contact the Fitness Director on (07) 3366 7706

Personal Trainer Wanted: Forest Lake

Personal Trainers - Snap Fitness
Snap Fitness Forest Lake is seeking an e
perienced Personal Trainers. Launched in 2003, Snap Fitness, the world’s largest and fastest growing franchise featuring compact, state-of-the-art fitness centers, currently has roughly 1,200 locations open and operating worldwide and projects to have more than 2,500 locations under development by the end of 2010. In addition to the U.S., Snap Fitness also currently operates clubs in Canada, India, Mexico and New Zealand.

Candidates must have a passion for health and fitness. They must also have the ability to drive personal training and membership sales, ancillary revenue and conduct outreach to assist their business.

Candidates must hold the following qualifications:

* Certificate 4 in Personal Training
* Registered Fitness Leader
* First Aid Certificate

If you would like to be apart of the Snap Fitness phenomenon please email your applications to
Cath McGill
Franchise Account Manager
Snap Fitness Corporate Australia

Friday, July 8, 2011

Personal Trainer Wanted: all 4 fitness

personal trainers/group trainers - all 4 fitness

looking for personal trainers and group trainers in a studio atmosphere.

must have cert 3 and 4 in fitness.
boxing cert if possible.

looking for flexible, punctual trainers that can work hard in a team environment.

studio is expanding rapidly

experiece in personal training would help applicant.

all training for qualified applicants can be done on site with future training ongoing.

please contact

zenon winters
250 hawthorne rd, hawthorne, qld, 4171
ph 0417 078 159

Snap Fitness Sandgate - Personal Trainer - Burn Wild Sandgate P/L

Snap Fitness Sandgate - Personal Trainer
Snap Fitness are one of Australia's leading 24hr health clubs. Snap provides both members and PT staff the most affordable and BEST opportunity to get started.

Our new female/male Personal Trainer reports directly to the Club Manager and run their own PT business within the club, earning 100% of what they charge clients.


• A HUGE volume of Personal Training leads from presales marketing are awaiting the right applicant to help build your successful PT business immediately!
• Extremely affordable rent with generous rent free period at start up (inc half rent options...)
• A gym with loads of members to access in order to build your PT career
• Great staff benefits as part of our friendly small team
• Training and development
• Freedom to train your clients at any time in our 24 hour secure facilities
• State-of-the-art training facilities


• Certificate 3 and 4 in Fitness/ Personal Training
• Current First Aid, Registration, Insurance and Blue Card
• PT experience within a Health Club or studio
• Ability to start immediately

PREFERRED (but not compulsory) REQUIREMENTS:

• Boxing fitness experience
• Group personal training experience
• Rehab experience or desire to learn/up skill


• A positive & friendly team focussed attitude
• A desire to build your own PT business
• A "can do attitude"

If you are an enthusiastic individual and have a passion for Health and Fitness with an outgoing personality, please send your resume today!


To apply for this role please forward your resume to or call Adam on 0417 280 501 with any questions.

Personal Trainer Wanted: Tattersalls Health Centre

Personal Trainer - Tattersalls Club

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Personal Trainer
Keen to use your knowledge of the health and fitness industry and work at one of the best health clubs in Brisbane?
Are you passionate about the health and fitness industry?
If so then this role could be the best career move you ever made.
Tattersall's Club is an exclusive private membership club based in the heart of the CBD. The Tattersall's Health Centre is a well run operation with the latest cybex strength and cardio equipment.
Club members have access to individual exercise programs, fitness testing, a range of specialized classes and in-house physiotherapy and massage therapy.
We are looking for an experienced Gym Instructor to join our professional team. You will be required to perform gym instructor duties and undertake duty management shifts from Monday to Friday from 2pm - 8pm and weekends.
Key duties include -
* greeting and assisting members with a range of floor work,
* giving guidance on individual health and fitness programs, and
* performing general administrative tasks and cleaning duties as required.
We are looking for an enthusiastic, experienced and pro-active professional with excellent customer service skills. Certificate 3 and Certificate 4 essential. Similarly you will be required to have a minimum of 2 years experience in working in a health club.
If you are interested, please apply on-line and provide a detailed resume.

Marcello Abbatte
c/ Tattersalls Health Centre
Tattersalls Club

Personal Trainer Wanted: Vision PT.

Top Gun Personal Trainer - Vision

Vision Personal Training is Australia’s Fastest Growing Personal Training Franchise. We are looking for driven, committed and inspirational individuals who want to build a career and change the lives of others.
We provide extensive Training initially through our Mentor Program plus ongoing training and support for our Trainers. This will enable you to become an exceptional Trainer very quickly.
Vision Personal Training is the company to be a part of if you would like to build a long term career for yourself in the Fitness Industry. We promote a full career path from Personal Trainer to Manager to Franchise Owner. Many of our Franchises throughout Australia are owned by Trainers within our network.
At Vision Personal Training you do not pay rent. We provide you with a stable income where we work with you to build your clientele.
Our Studios are a great team environment which enables you to be the best you can be.
- Registered Fitness Professional
- Cert IV in Fitness
- Current First Aid
- Current CPR
- Boxing Certification
Want Success? Want Results? Want to raise the standard? We WANT to hear from you!
Go to for more information.
Please email with your resume and why you would like to work at Vision.

Ash Ram - Vision Taringa Director
0421 031 689

Thursday, July 7, 2011

Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Just been to the gym. They've got a new machine in. Only used it for half an
hour as I started to feel sick. It's great though. It does everything -
KitKats, Mars bars, Snickers, Crisps, the lot.

Congratulations to those who competed at the Gold Coast

Congratulations for some great times in the 10km to Tiffany Sheerin (48:20 mins), Lou Abram (43:11 mins), Jay Twist (31:13 mins), Sarah Richmond (49:07 mins), Drew Standish (52:20 mins) and Marissa Mahony (42:07 mins).

Congratulations to Tanya Matthews (1:48 hours), Lisa Burgess (1:54 hours), Peter Nowill (1:06 hours), Kathy Turner (2:12 hours), Nick Lorenz (1:22 hours), Mark Bradford (1:37 hours), Katrina Rae (1:53 hours), Katerina Buzinova (1:45 hours), Chris Weier (1:22 hours), Anna Bouth and Russ Beynon (1:48 hours) for some great times in the half marathon.

Congratulations to Matt Sheerin (3:51 hours), Patrick Nispel (2:23 hours), David Cutcheon (4:38 hours), Steve Houghton (4:28 hours), Kristy Harnett (3:29 hours) and J Man for fantastic performances in the marathon.

Congratulations Shalom Suniula!

Congratulations to Shalom Suniula and the USA Rugby 7's on a fantastic performance.

Congratulations to Lauren and Kim!!!

Congratulations to Kim Carroll and Lauren Colthorpe for a fantastic 3:2 win against Equatorial Guinea in the world cup!