About Rachel Marks

My start in life was not typical for a personal trainer. Physical Education at school was something I disliked and wasn't a fan of team sports at all. I actually thought I had two left feet and struggled with anything requiring co-ordination. I remember complaining as a child when my father took me on long walks and as a result I struggled with exercise.

My 20's and early 30's I was a bit haphazard with going to the gym and even though I was slim, I wasn't particularly fit. When I developed a chronic health problem I embarked on a fitness regime, as I had become very weak from my illness and discovered a new passion for exercise. The change in my body strength and fitness made such a great impact that I decided to change career and become a personal trainer.

Becoming a Personal Trainer

Since qualifying as a personal trainer, I became passionate about helping people improve their fitness, energy and health because it felt so gratifying to help people. I understood how changing my own lifestyle had made such an astounding difference to the way I looked and felt so I have a strong understanding of how and why people struggle to exercise and I am committed to help people make positive changes to their lives.

After 20 years of  working as a personal trainer and a NLP practitioner in the fitness industry  I feel just as devoted as ever about helping people create the health and lifestyle they deserve. My approach is unique, as I believe all elements of lifestyle (using Epigenetics Personalised Health system) need to be refined for maximal results. That's why I have such an amazing success rate with my clients and I even mentor other personal trainers for improved skills.

Rachel Marks' Achievements

I regularly appear on TV 1 and present alongside world class professionals at the national fitness conference, FitEx. I am very proud  of twice reaching the NZ Personal Trainer of the Year finals in 2011 and 2012 and becoming a finalist in the Initiative category for my "Get fit with the dog" class in 2015.

Take the next step and let me help you become fitter, healthier and happier.

Watch Rachel on TV1 Breakfast

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