Building on a ‘Who’s-Who’ within the Australian fitness community, we recognise just a few of the Aussie career milestones, new job roles and positions during December 2019. Congrats to all 🙂
Ian Jensen-Muir – Celebrating 7 years at Genesis Fitness Clubs, Ian is a Chief Executive Officer with significant experience in developing strategy and building organisations. With a high level of retail experience in multi-site operations, and a reputation for being able to build a strong management team, Ian’s career of managing full P&L responsibility and being able to identify the change required to build a long term sustainable business leaves a legacy of exceptional leadership and empowerment.
Roger Westerman – New Head of Global Sales & Marketing at Wanna Train, Roger is a Business Leader who consistently highlights creativity, innovation and differentiation with a focus on people management and improving performance. Roger’s skills extend to both small and large business enterprises where he has demonstrated experience in leadership and management and has a proven winning formula for success.
Jason Mottlee – New Sales Manager at More Gym Members, Jason is a long-time Personal Trainer, selling his signature programs for $2500 upfront with a 87% close rate. He’s personally trained 216 Personal Trainer’s and spent the last 2 years leading 19 PT’s for a Goodlife Health Club. Best known by clients as “Big Dawg” for his unquestionable ability to get results, Jason is Australia’s #1 Personal Training Sales Expert.
Rod Harvey – celebrating 14 years at Alive Health & Fitness, Canberra.
Adam Baulch – new Franchisee at EFM Health Clubs Australia.
Kristina Cahoon – celebrating 2 years at Praxis Physiotherapy, Launceston.
Rebecca Gunn – new Studio Performance Coach at Barre Body, Byron Bay.
Susan Cavanagh – celebrating 5 years at Centrefit Services, Brisbane.
Ian Schaffa – celebrating 6 years at TapouT XT, Sydney.
Jason Urbanowicz – new Director at Trainer HQ, Brisbane.
Elle Rushworth – new Personal Trainer at Virgin Active, Sydney.
Nathan Brailey – new NSW State Manager at EMP Onsite.
Luke De Vincentis – new Project Officer at Sport & Recreation Victoria, Melbourne.