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Australian Fitness Industry – New Appointments & Positions – December 2018

A monthly feature for WNiF and building on a ‘Who’s-Who’ within the Australian fitness community, we recognise just a few of the new job roles and fitness career moves and appointments during December 2018. Congratulations to all 🙂

Jen Dugard - New Judge at Fitness AustraliaJen Dugard – New Judge at Fitness Australia. Regular content contributor for What’s New in Fitness, Jen is on a mission to redefine how mums are educated and cared for after entering motherhood, bringing back communities through exercise; building support networks for mums and linking them with educated personal trainers and health professionals. Read Jen’s latest article here – Why No More Abs!

Aaron Crawford - Shapeshifter SupplementsAaron Crawford – New General Manager at Shapeshifter Supplements. Aaron is a self-made, self-taught business entrepreneur who is passionate about improving the supplement industry with in sport, athlete health and wellness as well as the wider community in natural therapy’s. Aaron strives to make a positive impact through society in his field of expertise, and believes there is no limits to what one can achieve.

David Stalker – New CEO Myzone EMEA.

Ryan Hoan – New Senior Executive at Les Mills Asia Pacific.

Dennis Nicolle – New Chief Dietitian and Nutritionalist at Nutrition Revolution, VIC.

Paul Edmondson – New Master Trainer at TRX.

Karl Margrain – New Managing Director at Payleadr, Sydney, NSW.

Sam Anderson – New Health & Wellbeing Specialist at GSK, Sydney, NSW.

Mandee Miller – New Group Fitness Manager at Equinox.

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