About Health by Numb3rs
What we do
We coach our clients to move better, feel better and be happier, taking into consideration the individual needs of each client. We do this by listening.
When you train with Health by Numb3rs, you train with a registered exercise professional who upholds the highest standards and conduct.
Annemarie Lyons’ qualifications and certifications include:
- Certificate 3 in Fitness - Group Fitness Instructor
- Certificate 4 in Fitness - personal trainer
- Play by the Rules
- Child Protection certificate
- Harrassment & Discrimination certificate
- Blue Card – Working with Children Check
- Level 2 Intermediate Recreational Running Coach, including Community Coach
- CPR & first aid trained
- Specialised training:
- suspension training (TRX - Training Resistance Exercise)
- Short courses undertaken:
- Sports nutrition for endurance training
- Positive practice for the pelvic floor (part 1)
- Pre and post natal exercising
Health by Numb3rs is a member of Fitness Australia and holds current industry standard insurance cover. Annemarie participates in continuing education to improve existing skills, develop and grow as a trainer, and also to meet the requirements of the governing body.
Health by Numb3rs was born out of several passions - fitness, running and helping others embark upon, strive for, realise, challenge and start on their journey of personal health and fitness. And so, back in 2014 the question “Why not turn my passion into a career?” gained momentum.
What’s with the name Health by Numb3rs - A holistic approach to health and fitness?
A frequently asked question! The concept comes from a love of running, which of course involves numbers (distance, pace, heart rate), combined with the various health markers used to measure and track critical factors (blood pressure, heart rate, cholesterol etc). And so the concept of Health by Numb3rs was born.
To achieve optimal health and fitness we need to be in it for the long haul. We need to embark on, and continue with, a sustainable lifestyle including a whole-of-life journey, not just a 10 week “come and try, exercise, and lose some weight ” type of program that we so often see promoted in gyms. Moreover, once finished these types of ‘programs’, participants quite often see themselves back on the same old merry-go-round because that concept is just not sustainable long term.
A holistic approach to health and fitness on the other hand, looks at all areas of life, setting about finding acceptance, letting go of judgments, planning, goal setting, nutrition, exercise and achieving balance in all areas.
If this is what’s important to you, come on the journey with me.