Pete's focus is primarily around Functional Fitness (Body weight) and High Performance Sport training such as triathlon, running, obstacle course training and HIIT. A jack-of all trades, Pete's belief is that anyone can be good at anything, it merely becomes a measure of how much you want it. During his school years Pete was big on Cycling and Rugby Union, representing Queensland at numerous event for both sports. Upon transitioning into university for his civil engineering degree, Pete then became hugely involved with circus and sports acrobatics, again going on the represent Queensland in National Championships for several years concurrently and becoming a qualified Men's Artistic Gymnastics Coach. Whilst working as an Engineer Pete became a certified Personal Trainer and a Les Mills Instructor for BodyPump, BodyAttack, GRIT & SPRINT. With a passion for Obstacle Training and Multi-sport disciplines like Triathlon, Pete regularly competes in Triathlons and was also a competitor in the premiere season of Australian Ninja Warrior, as well as having been on other shows such as Australia's Got Talent.
Bachelor of Engineering - Class 2a Honours Advanced Diploma of Management Certificate III in Fitness Certificate IV in Fitness Les Mills Instructor for: Bodypump, BodyAttack, GRIT Series, Sprint Group Exercise Leader Registered Personal Trainer with Fitness Australia
Multi-sport Disciplines - Cycling, Running, Swimming Obstacle Course Racing - Competitive Spartan, Tough Mudder, True Grit Circus & Acrobatics - Handstands, Cyr Wheel, Slackline, Balance Ladder Functional Fitness - Being able to manipulate your own body in space in both explosive power and controlled strength fashions
“A healthy body equates to a happy mind and with a happy mind ANYTHING’S POSSIBLE!
“The greatest regret in life are the risks that you don’t take”
"If you really want to grow, learn, evolve and become the new and improved version of you, then step away from the saftey net, throw away the security blanket and stop giving yourseld am escape clause"