Platform Fitness glenorie

Our Trainers

Our Platform trainers are there for you.

Platform Fitness Glenorie trainers are knowledgeable in their teachings, understanding your limitations,  experienced and able to deliver the best results possible.

Our trainers are all qualified, certified, experienced, and familiar with the latest in health and fitness. No matter where you are on your fitness journey, they’re there to support you in and around the gym to overcome your doubts and improve your health through movement. We believe education is the key to ongoing fitness success.

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At Platform Fitness Glenorie we offer Personal training to our members.

At Platform Fitness Glenorie we offer Personal training to our members.

Your personal trainer will get to know you and develop a program specific to your health, fitness, and goals.

This includes:

  • Personalised workouts designed to meet your goals
  • Strong and sustainable results
  • Expert advice on technique and form
  • Motivation to keep you accountable and committed
  • Your trainer is there to build up confidence and try new things

Meet Paul

Exercise Physiologist, Personal Trainer, Functional Instructor

What is an exercise physiologist?

An Exercise Physiologist is an allied health professional with a minimum of four years education at qualified university. They are adept with the knowledge, skills, and expertise to assess, design and deliver safe and effective exercise programs tailored for your wants and needs.


What is the difference between an exercise physiologist and a physiotherapist?

Exercise Physiologists and Physiotherapists are both recognised allied health professionals. Exercise Physiologists primarily treat patients using clinical exercise interventions as their main modality. Exercise interventions can be utilised in the acute, sub-acute or chronic stages of injuries, disabilities, and chronic medical conditions. There is also a strong focus on behavioural change and self-management concepts. Physiotherapists are health care professionals who assess, diagnose, treat, and manage acute injury, disability and pain through hands on treatment, such as joint manipulation and massage.

How can my exercise physiologist help me?

  • Increase mobility and strength
  • Rehabilitate musculoskeletal injury and disease
  • Improve cardiovascular and pulmonary health
  • Improve neurological conditions
  • Management of weight and obesity
  • Manage acute and chronic disease
  • Diabetes management and pre-diabetes prevention
  • Manage depression and other mental health conditions
  • Return to sport
What rebates can I use with an exercise physiologist?
  • Medicare Australia
  • Private Health Insurance
  • The Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA)
  • National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)
  • WorkCover