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 I struggled with exercise.

In 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. Changing my own lifestyle has made an astounding difference to the way I looked and felt.  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 15 years of  working as a personal trainer and a NLP practitioner in the fitness industry  I feel just as passionate as ever about helping people create the health and lifestyle they deserve. My approach is unique in NZ, as I believe all elements of lifestyle 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's 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.

I invite you to take the next step and let me help you become fitter, healthier and happier.

Rachel Marks

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