SCOTT DONALD-HOATH DipFN
(COO AND FOUNDER OF FIT FOR LIFE )
A lot of you guys know the story, on why Scott became a trainer, but for those that don't My wife Susan had a tragic car accident when she was 16 losing her father and leaving her comatose and very little chance of survival.
Susan pulled through but was paralysed in her left side. She had to learn to walk, talk and basic motor skills all over again. Even after the rehab Susan still had a massive limp and what's called drop foot as her foot would drag behind her. And weakness in her left arm. At the age of 21 Susan began the first of a kind operations to rectify the foot and leg, moving tendon origin and insertions and reactivating paralysed motor neuron activity. After the first operation Susan was sent to a physio who literally had no idea what to do, as this was never done before.
At that point that was it for me I was to study with the best and make sure I was highly qualified enough to not only rehab Susan my self, but have input to all further operations. And there was a lot 6 to be exact. The down time of immobility with these also caused weigh management problems so off I went again to complete my nutritionist and bodybuilding coaching qualifications. By going through all of this it gave me the will to help others so study is now forever ongoing and to my fit for life family it's really Susan and yourselves you can thank for the amazing results you achieve not me. As for her not going through what she did we would not be doing what we do now.
When you see myself and Susan in the gym just think of how she has to concentrate on moving a muscle in a completely different way that we all do. And from never being able to walk again to almost running and pushing 330kg on a leg press I think she is amazing. And so are all of you.
Diploma Sports and Exercise Nutrition
As you can read from above Susan has come along way with her training from a very hard place. from all of this to figure competitor 10 years ago to personal battles with pcos and weight gain due to this and ivf. Making her somewhat of an expert on pcos weight loss and supplementation. Susan was highly motivated to open fit for life to help other people through the same battles she has gone through, and continues to do so.
CEO and Co Founder of Fit For Life Gym
Cirt III fitness instructor
Cirt IV personal trainer
My name is Anastacia
I just wanted to take this time to introduce myself properly as the mums & Bubs class Trainer and fit for life's newest personal trainer.
I have 2 children Nathan 9 & Olivia 6...
Over 2 years ago I decided it was time for change I was weighing in over 90kg and really unhappy with myself and wondering how and why I could get this way… Having 2 young children that were really active I knew it was time for change, but trying to find a gym/class that I could fit my kids into was seeming impossible and some crèches costing more than my weekly membership, or proving impossible to fit them into the crèche the times I wanted to go.. So word of mouth I heard about
Fit for life
Never thought signing up was going to change my life literally... I've completed 5 challengers and in total have lost over 30kg,
I know the everyday struggles and understanding how hard it can be to get motivated some days or even the struggle it is to walk into a gym environment without thinking everyone is looking at me... I know the feeling... but have learned happy me happy kids and there are no special pills or shakes/quick fixes for keeping this weight off except for eating the right food and exercise...
Myself and the fit for life staff are here to see you reach the goals your wanting so any questions ask away...
come in talk to us/take a tour/sign up to a challenge you won’t regret it...
Mums & bubs classes run
Monday @ 10:30
Saturday @ 9:30
Cirt III Fitness Instructor
Gym Floor attendant and Class trainer
Davids energy in the gym radiates through our members
gaining results mixed with a fun and motivating attitude
all you have to do is attend one of his classes to feel amazing for the day