Steph Armstrong (Owner, Exercise Physiologist and Exercise Scientist)

Steph is an accredited exercise physiologist (AEP), accredited exercise scientist (AES) & personal trainer and has been in the industry for over 8 years. She has always been involved in sports and fitness events from a young age, and is passionate about getting people to enjoy consistent exercise for long term health benefits. Steph specialises in corrective and rehabilitative exercise, interval training, general fitness and conditioning and works with clients of all fitness abilities and all ages. Steph is also the owner of Fitness Keeper.

Qualifications

  • Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology
  • Bachelor of Exercise & Sports Science Majors: Exercise Physiology & Psychology
  • Qualified Exercise Scientist and Member of Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA)
  • Certificate IV in Fitness
  • Registered with Kinect Australia as a Fitness Trainer and Fitness Instructor: Personal Trainer, Older Adults Trainer, Children’s Trainer, and Gym Instructor
  • CPR Update (Annually)
  • TRX Suspension Training Certification
  • Boxing for Fitness Instructor Certification (Thump Level 1 and Thump Advanced)
  • ViPR Certified Trainer
  • Level 1 Military Fitness Specialist Certification (Bootcamp Instructor)
  • Level 1 & 2 Kettlebell Certification
  • Level 1 Sports Trainer
  • Level 1 Women’s Artistic Gymnastics Coach
  • Level 2 (Senior) First Aid

Experience

  • Corporate Health Management
  • Health Club Co-ordinator At Honda Australia
  • WorkHealth Checks
  • Bootcamp Instructor
  • Personal Trainer
  • Gym Instructor
  • Child/Youth Fitness Trainer
  • Child/Youth Exercise Coach
  • Primary and Secondary School Fitness
  • Pre-training Sessions for TAC Cup Footy Clubs (Sandy Dragons, Calder Cannons, Western Jets)
  • Corporate clients including Crown Casino, L’Oréal, and Uecomm
  • Senior GSV School Netball Coach
  • Gymnastics Coach (Women’s Artistic Gymnastics)
  • Experience in P.E. departments at primary schools
  • Work Experience in Event Management at Geelong Football Club

Notable Achievements

Personal Achievements

  • 1st Female in the 6km Harvest Run (2016)
    1st Female in the 5.2km Yarra Valley Grape Run (2013)
  • 3rd Place U/20 Girls 4 x 800m All Schools Track Finals
  • 1st Place in 1500m Regional Track & Field Championships (2004)
  • 2nd Place in 800m Regional Track & Field Championships (2004)
  • 7th Place in 1500m State Track & Field Championships (2004)
  • 9th Place in 800m State Track & Field Championships (2004)

Steph Armstrong (Owner, Exercise Physiologist and Exercise Scientist)

Steph is an accredited exercise physiologist (AEP), accredited exercise scientist (AES) & personal trainer and has been in the industry for over 8 years. She has always been involved in sports and fitness events from a young age, and is passionate about getting people to enjoy consistent exercise for long term health benefits. Steph specialises in corrective and rehabilitative exercise, interval training, general fitness and conditioning and works with clients of all fitness abilities and all ages. Steph is also the owner of Fitness Keeper.

Qualifications

  • Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology
  • Bachelor of Exercise & Sports Science Majors: Exercise Physiology & Psychology
  • Qualified Exercise Scientist and Member of Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA)
  • Certificate IV in Fitness
  • Registered with Kinect Australia as a Fitness Trainer and Fitness Instructor: Personal Trainer, Older Adults Trainer, Children’s Trainer, and Gym Instructor
  • CPR Update (Annually)
  • TRX Suspension Training Certification
  • Boxing for Fitness Instructor Certification (Thump Level 1 and Thump Advanced)
  • ViPR Certified Trainer
  • Level 1 Military Fitness Specialist Certification (Bootcamp Instructor)
  • Level 1 & 2 Kettlebell Certification
  • Level 1 Sports Trainer
  • Level 1 Women’s Artistic Gymnastics Coach
  • Level 2 (Senior) First Aid

Experience

  • Corporate Health Management
  • Health Club Co-ordinator At Honda Australia
  • WorkHealth Checks
  • Bootcamp Instructor
  • Personal Trainer
  • Gym Instructor
  • Child/Youth Fitness Trainer
  • Child/Youth Exercise Coach
  • Primary and Secondary School Fitness
  • Pre-training Sessions for TAC Cup Footy Clubs (Sandy Dragons, Calder Cannons, Western Jets)
  • Corporate clients including Crown Casino, L’Oréal, and Uecomm
  • Senior GSV School Netball Coach
  • Gymnastics Coach (Women’s Artistic Gymnastics)
  • Experience in P.E. departments at primary schools
  • Work Experience in Event Management at Geelong Football Club

Notable Achievements

Personal Achievements

  • 1st Female in the 6km Harvest Run (2016)
    1st Female in the 5.2km Yarra Valley Grape Run (2013)
  • 3rd Place U/20 Girls 4 x 800m All Schools Track Finals
  • 1st Place in 1500m Regional Track & Field Championships (2004)
  • 2nd Place in 800m Regional Track & Field Championships (2004)
  • 7th Place in 1500m State Track & Field Championships (2004)
  • 9th Place in 800m State Track & Field Championships (2004)

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Amy Mitchell (Studio Manager & Exercise Scientist)

Amy is an exercise scientist and personal trainer who uses her knowledge of science and the human body to help people build healthy, functional and injury resistant bodies. She understands that everyone's goals, motivators and barriers are different and wants to help everyone make a meaningful change using a fun and supportive approach to training. Amy specialises in strength training, mobility enhancement and injury prevention.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science (ESSA sequence)
    Certificate III & IV in Fitness
    Level 2 First Aid and CPR
    Community coaching course

Experience

    • Personal training and group training apparently healthy clients
    • Athlete development and injury prevention
      Retraining movement patterns using corrective interventions
    • Experience working with children, older adults, and everyone in between
    • Movement analysis and fitness/function assessments

Notable Achievements

Deakin University Physical Activity Australia Academic Distinction Award (2016)

Deakin University Sports Medicine Australia Award (2014)

Deakin University Exercise and Sports Science Australia Award (2014)

Member of the Golden Key International Honour Society (2014)

Amy Mitchell (Studio Manager & Exercise Scientist)

Amy is an exercise scientist and personal trainer who uses her knowledge of science and the human body to help people build healthy, functional and injury resistant bodies. She understands that everyone's goals, motivators and barriers are different and wants to help everyone make a meaningful change using a fun and supportive approach to training. Amy specialises in strength training, mobility enhancement and injury prevention.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science (ESSA sequence)
    Certificate III & IV in Fitness
    Level 2 First Aid and CPR
    Community coaching course

Experience

    • Personal training and group training apparently healthy clients
    • Athlete development and injury prevention
      Retraining movement patterns using corrective interventions
    • Experience working with children, older adults, and everyone in between
    • Movement analysis and fitness/function assessments

Notable Achievements

Deakin University Physical Activity Australia Academic Distinction Award (2016)

Deakin University Sports Medicine Australia Award (2014)

Deakin University Exercise and Sports Science Australia Award (2014)

Member of the Golden Key International Honour Society (2014)

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Harry Vogler (Exercise Scientist)

Harry is a qualified personal trainer & exercise scientist who has completed his Masters of Clinical Exercise Physiology so he can train clinical populations. He enjoys motivating clients to achieve their best and will ensure your technique is spot-on every time. Harry is currently completing an honours degree at university - if you thought he hadn't done enough already! He also works as an exercise physiologist and allied health assistant at Donvale Rehabiltation Hospital.

Qualifications

    • Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology
      Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science/Health Science
      Certificate III/IV in Fitness
      Student Member of Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA)
    • Level 2 First Aid and CPR
    • Level 1&2 Anti-doping course (ASADA)

Experience

    • Training private clients and classes for apparently healthy and clinical populations
      Exercise physiology within an inpatient setting (THR & TKR joint groups)
      Exercise physiology/AHA in outpatient settings for cardiac & pulmonary groups
      Gym floor supervision and exercise programming
      Performing health evaluations and assessments
      Training young athletes skill development & injury prevention
      Hydrotherapy instruction and supervision
      Technique analysis
      Involvement as volunteer research assistant

Harry Vogler (Exercise Scientist)

Harry is a qualified personal trainer & exercise scientist who has completed his Masters of Clinical Exercise Physiology so he can train clinical populations. He enjoys motivating clients to achieve their best and will ensure your technique is spot-on every time. Harry is currently completing an honours degree at university - if you thought he hadn't done enough already! He also works as an exercise physiologist and allied health assistant at Donvale Rehabiltation Hospital.

Qualifications

    • Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology
      Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science/Health Science
      Certificate III/IV in Fitness
      Student Member of Exercise and Sports Science Australia (ESSA)
    • Level 2 First Aid and CPR
    • Level 1&2 Anti-doping course (ASADA)

Experience

    • Training private clients and classes for apparently healthy and clinical populations
      Exercise physiology within an inpatient setting (THR & TKR joint groups)
      Exercise physiology/AHA in outpatient settings for cardiac & pulmonary groups
      Gym floor supervision and exercise programming
      Performing health evaluations and assessments
      Training young athletes skill development & injury prevention
      Hydrotherapy instruction and supervision
      Technique analysis
      Involvement as volunteer research assistant

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Andrew Bayliss-White (degree qualified personal trainer)

Andrew is a degree qualified personal trainer with a particular interest in strength and conditioning, where he has assisted semi-professional and amateur athletes to reach their performance goals. He is passionate about movement and exercise, loves helping and educating people about the benefits of exercise and how they can make it a life-long habit. During Andrew's studies, he undertook numerous internships and work experience programs to learn as much as possible and he loves to pass on his knowledge to clients.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science (ESSA sequence)
    Certificate III & IV in Fitness
    Level 2 First Aid and CPR
    Level 1 Sports Trainers Certificate
    Level 1 Athletics Coach

Experience

    • Personal training general population
      Athlete development and performance training
      Exposure to training clients with chronic pain
    • Soccer coach for Peninsula Strikers (Junior A + B division)
    • Strength and conditioning programming for amateur and semi-professional athletes
      General sports rehabilitation

Andrew Bayliss-White (degree qualified personal trainer)

Andrew is a degree qualified personal trainer with a particular interest in strength and conditioning, where he has assisted semi-professional and amateur athletes to reach their performance goals. He is passionate about movement and exercise, loves helping and educating people about the benefits of exercise and how they can make it a life-long habit. During Andrew's studies, he undertook numerous internships and work experience programs to learn as much as possible and he loves to pass on his knowledge to clients.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science (ESSA sequence)
    Certificate III & IV in Fitness
    Level 2 First Aid and CPR
    Level 1 Sports Trainers Certificate
    Level 1 Athletics Coach

Experience

    • Personal training general population
      Athlete development and performance training
      Exposure to training clients with chronic pain
    • Soccer coach for Peninsula Strikers (Junior A + B division)
    • Strength and conditioning programming for amateur and semi-professional athletes
      General sports rehabilitation

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Jack Harper (Exercise Scientist)

Jack is a degree qualified personal trainer, who is set to complete his Master of Exercise Physiology Degree this year. He is very determined and dedicated to achieving his best and getting others to achieve their best. He has always been heavily involved in cricket, both as a player and coach and is still playing at a high standard. Jack specialises in strength and conditioning, exercise training for sport performance and general fitness training.

Qualifications

    • Currently studying Masters of Clinical Exercise Physiology at Deakin
      Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science with Distinction
      Level 2 Cricket Coach
      Level 2 First Aid and CPR

Experience

    • Strength and conditioning coach at Yarra Valley Grammar
    • Sports specific exercise programming
    • Group exercise training
    • Working with children in sporting disciplines and fitness training
    • Experience in clinical settings prescribing exercise to manage and prevent chronic disease and injury
    • Numerous specialist cricket coaching roles
      Football coaching, including EFL S&C/Rehab assistant
    • Athletic coaching

Adam Strachan Award – highest contribution to sport at Yarra Valley Grammar

Final 3 Bradman Scholarship (2013)

Jack Harper (Exercise Scientist)

Jack is a degree qualified personal trainer, who is set to complete his Master of Exercise Physiology Degree this year. He is very determined and dedicated to achieving his best and getting others to achieve their best. He has always been heavily involved in cricket, both as a player and coach and is still playing at a high standard. Jack specialises in strength and conditioning, exercise training for sport performance and general fitness training.

Qualifications

    • Currently studying Masters of Clinical Exercise Physiology at Deakin
      Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science with Distinction
      Level 2 Cricket Coach
      Level 2 First Aid and CPR

Experience

    • Strength and conditioning coach at Yarra Valley Grammar
    • Sports specific exercise programming
    • Group exercise training
    • Working with children in sporting disciplines and fitness training
    • Experience in clinical settings prescribing exercise to manage and prevent chronic disease and injury
    • Numerous specialist cricket coaching roles
      Football coaching, including EFL S&C/Rehab assistant
    • Athletic coaching

Adam Strachan Award – highest contribution to sport at Yarra Valley Grammar

Final 3 Bradman Scholarship (2013)

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