About Warwick Workout

Warwick Workout is a fitness centre incorporating a fully equipped 500 square metre gym with group fitness services. Warwick Workout is located on the corner of Warwick and Wanneroo Roads within the expanded Warwick Stadium complex.

About Us

The gym opened in December 2015 with a vision of reaching the community beyond the traditional basketball services provided by Warwick Stadium.

To date Warwick Workout has assisted individuals, schools, and community groups with fitness programs. Several amateur and professional sporting teams make use of Warwick Workouts elite strength and conditioning programs and fitness testing services. Our members come from all walks of life and include professional athletes, families, and students.

Taking the decision to join a gym is a big step. At Warwick Workout we take the time to discuss your needs in detail before you make a start. Regardless of whether you have experience in the gym or are trying it for the first time you are welcome at Warwick Workout. The professional trainers at Warwick Workout live our motto of ‘Life, Fit, Community’.

Group Fitness programs are on offer to give you great opportunities to increase your well-being through both physical exercise and engaging in a positive and supportive environment together with others.

We have invested in some fantastic brand new equipment from Life Fitness and Hammer Strength for you to enjoy and utilise to take the next step forward in your fitness journey.

This is a fitness operation of the Churches of Christ Sport and Recreation Association Incorporated.

Marcus

Manager

Marcus has a passion for sport which began as a youngster. As a junior he represented W.A. in Gymnastics on a tour of Singapore.

A year later he represented W.A. again as a long and triple jumper at the National Little Athletics Championships in Adelaide.

Marcus is one of a small group who has completed three 20km solo Rottnest Channel Swims achieving this in 2007, 2008, and 2011.

As a teenager Marcus discovered basketball which remains a passion today.

Initially a keen junior player Marcus now enjoys coaching and encouraging young players. Prior to joining Warwick Workout Marcus worked in retail business and area in which he has over 20 years’ experience. He has presented the Western Australian of the Year Award for Sport in 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015.

Laurence

High Performance

About:
Laurence has a wealth of knowledge and practical experience working in strength and conditioning. Laurence strives for excellence in the application and delivery of strength and conditioning services. His vision is to serve the needs of local athletes and help them reach their potential both in and out of the sporting arena.

Laurence graduated from Loughborough University (the spiritual home of Sports Science in the UK) with first class Honours in Sport Science.In 2006 he made the move to Australia and completed his Master of Science in Sport Physiology at The University of Western Australia (UWA) followed by his PhD which included physiology, biomechanics and strength and conditioning.

He has worked as strength and conditioning coach for ACE Cricket Academy, UWA (2009-2014) and interim strength and conditioning coach at Northants County Cricket Club, UK (2012). Laurence currently works closely with athletes from Warwick Senators Basketball Club and Hamersley Netball Club. In addition, he works work athletes through The Athlete Development Hub at Warwick Workout.

Qualifications:
PhD Sport Science (Biomechanics/ Exercise Physiology)
BSc Sport and Exercise Sciences
MSc Human Movement
Level 2 Accredited Professional Coach, Australian Strength & Conditioning Association
Level 2 Accredited Sports Scientist, Exercise Sports Science Australia
Accredited Exercise Scientist Exercise, Sports Science Australia
State Coach Australian Weightlifting Federation
The International Society for the
Advancement of Kinathropometry (Skinfolds), Level 1
Accredited Anthropometrist
Level 1 Stick Mobility

Esther

Trainer

Esther has been a mentor in a large online fitness community called Precision Nutrition Lean Eating Course, she’s worked in teaching and aged care both of which fuelled her passion and interest for improving lives through intelligent exercise, nutrition and life balance.

Seeing people move towards a richer experience of life is more than a career for Esther.

She’s excited about the discoveries we are currently making about the connection between exercise and cognitive ability, mental health, protection and recovery from disease not to mention improved function and participation in LIFE!

Certificate III in Fitness
Senior First Aid certification.
Currently taking Precision Nutrition’s Nutrition
Certification and studying a degree in
Exercise Science and Rehabilitation at
Edith Cowan University

Julian

Trainer

Sport has been an important part of Julian’s life ever since he was young. Julian has competed in various sports such as Taekwondo, Swimming and Basketball and won numerous accolades in the process. Julian’s passion for basketball blossomed after migrating to Australia at a young age. He attended St. Norbert College and was a part of the basketball program and had the opportunity to represent the school on a tour to the USA.

Julian completed his practicum at Warwick Workout in 2018 under the supervision of Dr Laurence Houghton and completed his Level 1 Australian Strength & Conditioning Professional coach accreditation in the process.

Since then, Julian has been interested in research and graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Exercise, Sports and Rehabilitation Science (Honours) at Curtin University in 2019 looking at the effects of physique on change of direction speed in invasion sport athletes. Julian continues to further his knowledge and is currently undertaking a Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD) at Curtin University. Julian’s research is on the use of cooling to enhance endurance performance and heat acclimation. Results from this PhD study can add to the current literature on the use of cooling methods as well as inform cooling practices used by coaches, athletes and sport scientists preparing athletes to compete in events in the heat (e.g., Tokyo Olympic cycling time-trial events).

BSc Exercise, Sport and Rehabilitation Sciences
Level 1 Accredited Coach Australian Strength & Conditioning Association
The International Society for the
Advancement of Kinathropometry (Skinfolds), Level 1
Accredited Anthropometrist

Opening Hours

Weekdays  545 am to 8 pm
Sat 645 am to  5 pm
Sun  9 am to 5 pm
Public Holidays Closed

Contact Us

Warwick Stadium

Cnr Warwick and Wanneroo Rds
Warwick, WA 6024
+61 8 9247 2266

info@warwickworkout.com.au

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