Director, Head Coach & “Master Chief” (@revxstrengthcoach)
Keeping fit has always been my life! Growing up I was involved in martial arts and rugby league and anything else that involved being outdoors and enjoying life.
Once I left school, and without a rigid and focused frame of mind I became unhealthy, overweight and uncomfortable with myself. I smoked at least 2 packets of cigarettes a day and led a very unhealthy lifestyle that consisted of takeaway food, alcohol and no training! I struggled with day to day activities, even walking, I put on a lot of weight, had no energy, and my blood pressure was high. As a result, I became a borderline diabetic with high cholesterol!
Head Coach (@coachrash)
As head coach of Revolution X, I pride myself in the ability to work alongside an amazing team. Together we strive to empower our community with knowledge. We work to instill healthy habits and successful lifestyles into everyone’s journey. To be a part of someone’s journey and to help guide them through their goals and challenges, is my objective. To allow an individual to be mentored through their health and fitness journey, makes achieving goals less complicated. Through my life experience as a coach and athlete I believe success is within reach for all at Revolution X.
Head of Strength & Conditioning (@dimipoulos)
Dimi Poulos is no stranger to sports. Starting her athletic career in soccer and now a high level CrossFit athlete in Australia, her passion for sports led her to helping others achieve their personal goals through fitness. After being awarded a full soccer scholarship to study at Winthrop University in South Carolina (USA); Dimi earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Fitness and Wellness while also earning Goalkeeper of the year in her conference league. Her interest in body mechanics led her to study under high level Strength and Conditioning coaches learning how to program for specific sports.
Since my introduction to CrossFit in 2012, continual improvement in strength, speed, and stamina are surpassed only by a newfound commitment to see that same improvement in individuals at Revolution X and the larger CrossFit community worldwide.
I became a personal trainer/Coach for two reasons. Firstly, throughout school I was quite a large person and I hated it! I always wanted to be lean and finally I did something about it. I leaned up and started weight training and never wanted to be that fat kid again. Secondly, I want to help as many people as I can to stay healthy and fit.
Coach 99 (Alex.A.)
As with the rest of the team at REV X, I have a strong passion for anything sports or outdoors! I love being able to share my passion with the wider community and enjoy being able to help others’ better achieve an active/healthy lifestyle. I am a firm believer in the motto ‘everything in moderation’, which translates well into the way I live my life both in the gym and out. I played a variety of team sports during and after school with basketball quickly becoming my favourite.
Growing up I always loved sports and anything outdoors, This led me to play and try every possible sport and activity. From as young as I can remember I always wanted to go to the gym and couldn’t wait until I was finally old enough to start training. I’ve been training in various strength and condition techniques for nearly 10 years over the past 4 years I’ve discover CrossFit and tried to learn everything there is to know about it. This is where my passion and desire to learn everything possible about the health and fitness industry has grown.
Head Pilates Instructor (@puremotionbodyandfitness)
As a Chiropractor and Pilates instructor, my vision is to see people improve their quality of life. Exercise is not just a way for us to stay in shape; it is a way for us to develop strength, flexibility, coordination, speed, agility and endurance. I am a person who thrives on challenges and believes in providing 100% commitment to my patients/clients at all times. Pilates has been one of my biggest tools in assisting with spinal health improvement, developing stabilization, refining posture, improving mechanics of movement, reeducating muscle recruitment patterns and reinforcing function and well being. All these combined will improve performance in any form of training. I strongly believe that the condition of the body influences the state of the mind.
The Rev X Crew