Gym Owner / Operator Professional Background

1. StrongFirst Qualifications
StrongFirst Certified Instructor SFGI StrongFirst Certified Instructor SFL

2. Affiliate Qualifications

3. Other Qualifications
3DMAPS®: Three-Dimensional Movement Analysis & Performance System CAFS: Certification in Applied Functional Science®
Lead Instructor (if different from owner / operator) Professional Background

1. StrongFirst Qualifications
As Above

2. Affiliate Qualifications
As Above

3. Other Qualifications
As Above
Assistant Instructor Name(s) and Professional Background

1. Instructor Names and Backgrounds
SAM CASSELLS - Exercise Physiologist Sam is an exercise physiologist and strength coach. He has an enormous passion for fitness, rehabilitation and optimizing human performance. To him performance means getting the most out of your body whether that’s daily tasks such as lifting your child or out on the field of play. Everything the body does is performance. This passion led him to complete 4 years of university studies in Exercise Rehabilitation and he continues reading and applying everything he can get his hands on to this day to help people get strong. Previous to working full time with the Box 33 team, Sam worked as part of an allied health multi-disciplinary team with Physiotherapist’s, Chiropractors and Remedial Massage Therapists. This has helped developed a special talent for helping individuals in the strength and fitness world who may have a history of pain or injuries but still want to get super strong, lose weight and get in shape. Sam specialises in helping people overcome obstacles and achieve their fitness pain free. He loves helping his clients return to full function by improving strength to keep them injury free and assist them through everyday life. Sam loves working with regular people looking to enjoy their fitness pain free.

2. StrongFirst Qualifications
StrongFirst Certified Instructor SFGI StrongFirst Certified Instructor SFGII

3. Affiliate Qualifications
Functional Movement Screen (FMS) Level 1 Selective Function Movement Assessment (SFMA) Level 1 & 2 Ground Force Method Level 1 & 2

4. Other Qualifications
Accredited Exercise Physiologist (ESSA) Post-graduate diploma in Exercise Rehabilitation (UWA) Bachelor of Science degree- majoring in Sport Science and Exercise Health (UWA) Precision Nutrition Level 1 Level 1 Strength and Conditioning Coach (ASCA)
Additional Information

1. Training modalities / disciplines in use at your gym currently
The philosophy of Box33 training is based around our Movement, Strength and Recovery Model. The Movement, Strength and Recovery Model is built upon foundational science, application of theory as well as skill, creativity and innovation. We provide a science based yet common sense framework for understanding movement, strength & recovery and its relationship to performance, pain and personal wellbeing. The principal focus of Box33 is to teach strategies and techniques to enhance movement, strength and recovery through the science of exercise, manual therapy and self-care.

2. Programming in use for private or group classes
All our program in unique, specific and personal to our clients. No two people are alike and not program should be the same. Our programming can cater for all walks of life and all background. We use a combination of the following: Adaptive Movement and Mobility Training: Movement comes first, in the Movement, Strength & Recovery Model. There is a relationship between how you move and what happens in your body as a result of how you move. When you move better you can train harder and get stronger, improving your appearance and your health more quickly. Adaptive Strength Training: When we build strength, we are building muscle. Muscle is what gives people the nice toned look. And for girls don't worry, you will not end up looking like Arnold Schwarzenegger, but you will look hot in a bikini. You see, muscle is the foundation for our metabolic rate. It is your body's fat burning engine. But apart from looking great, being strong makes everything in life easier, from picking up groceries, playing with the kids, to being a weekend warrior on the sports field. Trust me, everything is easier. Strength is one of the best injury prevention tools in sport and life. Adaptive Recovery: This is a critical step o[en over looked. The way you recover is extremely important to help prevent injury and ensure your training is sustainable. Recovery has many elements which includes good nutrition, stretching, self myofascial release, massage and a good night's sleep/

3. Listing of services / classes offered at your facility
One on One Personal Training Small Group Personal Training (max 4 people)

4. Demographics of gym users
Box33 welcome members from all walks of life and backgrounds. Our members range from our youngest at 17 all the way through the 74 our oldest. We have roughly a 50/50 mix of male to females. Our commitment and assurance to you is to provide a training experience in an environment where you will thrive in your health and fitness journey with us. If your looking to take that first pivotal step to a healthier, fitter and stronger YOU, then Box33 is the right place.

5. Ideal students
If your trying to make a positive impact of your health, fitness and life, then you are an ideal candidate for Box33. Ideally you can commit to training a minimum of 2 sessions a week.
Training Equipment at Use in Your Gym Currently

1. Kettlebells (brands, sizes, quantity)
Kettlebell Kings 8kg through 48kg.

2. Pull-up bar (yes / no)

3. Barbell Equipment (bars, weights, racks, etc.)
6 x Barbells and over 600kg in plates 1 x Trap Bar

4. Other Equipment
2 x Airbike 3 x SkiErg 2 x Water Rower

Gym Specs

Leader: Kurt Edmonds
Established Date: 10/1/2019
Phone: 0405527701


6/9 Malland Street
Myaree, Western Australia 6154


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