Hayley Dillon studied Exercise and Sport Science at Deakin University, graduating with a high distinction average and a double major in Exercise Physiology and Sports Nutrition .
Her studies have focused on human movement, the anatomy and physiology behind fundamental human movement, exercise programming and testing, and general and sport specific nutrition
Following the completion of her Bachelor’s degree, Hayley received an ESSA accreditation as a Sports Scientist, and is currently studying to complete her Honours Research Degree with the aim to complete an additional PHD in Exercise Science.
She is also an accredited Level 1 coach with the Australian Strength & Conditioning Association. Hayley has a wide range of PT experience, and has trained everyone from complete beginners in fitness to nationally ranked athletes. She has been a strength & conditioning assistant coach for swimmers & cricketers, trained the staff of doctors & nurses at the Royal Children’s Hospital Fitness studio, and has worked with plenty of regular everyday people from all walks of life, ranging from 3-75 year old. Hayley’s interests outside of studies and training include Netball, Basketball, Soccer, Running and eating Mangoes!
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Our personal and group training is for people who want to…
Lose Body Fat
Increase Lean Muscle
Increase Functional Strength
Optimise Your Movement
Learn How To Move
Dramatically Improve Fitness
Change Your Habits
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