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HISTORIC CLAREMONT OVAL SECURES NAMING RIGHTS PARTNER

It’s time to break some pretty exciting news from the Revo vault. As you may know, we have been longtime supporters of the Claremont Football Club since the first day we opened our doors and rolled out the mats.

Revo Myaree has officially OPENED

Who would have thought we’d be getting a workout south of the river so quick! Monday, 29th of April, was the day Revo Myaree opened the doors to our first South of the River club.

Summer Body Transformation Tips

By: Alex Morosan – Victoria Park Trainer
 

In 6 short weeks, the sun will be sticking around for good as summer officially hits Perth. But is your body ready for it?

Charity Spotlight – Livin

At Revo Fitness, we’re passionate about the positive effects of staying active. Exercising not only maintains physical health, it also plays a vital role in improving mental wellbeing.

Own Your Fit

Encouraging others to improve their quality of life through fitness has always been the passion driving what we do at Revo Fitness.

More Parking at Claremont

If you live in the western suburbs, there’s now even more reason to choose Revo Fitness – Claremont as your 24/7 fitness provider!

The Best Pre-training Exercises

By: Tamara Jakobson – Scarborough Trainer
 
Pre-training activation is one of those things that people love to hate, but its inclusion in training is paramount.

Charity Spotlight: Ocean Heroes

By: Luke Hallam – Shenton Park Trainer
 
Ocean Heroes is a charity that aims to enhance the lives of those living with autism through surfing. Luke, who is the Co-Founder and Director of Ocean Heroes, is a PT who specialises in working with people on the autism spectrum.

How to get the Perfect Peach

By: Summer Bernard – Northbridge Trainer
 

I am currently ranked Australia’s top IFBB Bikini Professional and have been a personal trainer for 15 years. In that time, I have had extensive experience working with females to transform their bodies on and off the stage.

Want a Stronger Core?

By: David Lane – Victoria Park Trainer
 

The term ‘core’ refers to all the muscles involved in the stabilisation of the human body.