Fitness Australia Gold Award

We’ve won the highest award in the fitness industry again!

We are proud to announce that we have just taken out the Fitness Australia Industry Quality Gold Award for the second year in a row! This award is open to the entire Australian fitness industry including Martial Arts centres, large Gyms, swimming centres and all other fitness facilities.

According to Ms Lauretta Stace, Chief Executive Office of Fitness Australia;

“Fitness Enhancement should be proud of its achievement; the Quality Awards are the highest accolade that our industry can award to a fitness provider. Fitness Enhancement’s customers can be confident that they are with one of the very best fitness providers in the country”

We’re proud to be one of only a few Personal Training companies to ever receive the award Australia wide, and to receive it two years in a row is a big honor. We would like to say a big thank you to all our amazing Trainers at our Gold Coast Studio and our mobile locations and our amazing clients that have helped us win. The award ceremony was on the 24th of October in Melbourne and saw the best in the biz Australia wide come together for a night of celebrations and to help grow the fitness industry.

Congratulations to the Fitness Enhancement Personal Trainers and dedicated clients who helped get us there!

Scott Hunt elected as a Fitness Australia Council Member

To top of a great night, our CEO and founder Scott Hunt was elected as a Fitness Australia Business Council Member.   Fitness Australia’s mission has always been to get all Australian’s physically active, a goal that Scott and the Fitness Enhancement team support through their 100% private niche which helps makes fitness accessible to so many people who would never step foot in a Gym or take up a sport.  As one of 12 council members around Australia, Scott will be working with Fitness Australia’s board of Directors and other council members to help progress the fitness industry and continue to tackle Australia’s obesity epidemic.

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