Revolution Fitness was founded in 2008 in Dunoon Northern Rivers NSW by Mark Roberts. Over the past 8 Mark has helped the community by bringing the availability to become active and healthy without huge distances out of their way.
These days Dunoon has people walking, running and cycling all over the place many of them doing so as learned behaviour.
In 2009 Mark started a Bachelor Sport and Exercise Science so he could improve his knowledge of Exercise delivery and produce better gains through his programs.
On completion of went on to complete a Masters in Clinical Exercise Physiology to follow a passion helping those who suffer chronic conditions or at risk of lifestyle diseases.
Prior to all this Mark and his family were located in remote north Western Australia he was a carpenter that lived and worked in the town of Broome and remote indigenous communities.
Accredited Clinical Exercise Physiology (AEP).This service has seen the expansion of Revolution Fitness to Lismore and surrounding areas bringing programs to your door to help you manage your health.
We now have in Goonellabah Sports and Aquatic Centre as well as Ballina, Dunoon, Casino, Kyogle and home visits.
What is an Exercise Physiologist? is a university qualified practitioner that is trained in delivering evidence-based life styleaimed at helping people with chronic conditions to manage their health and benefit their particular condition. The flowthis is an improved quality of life enabling the participant to complete their desired daily activities.
What sets Revolution Fitness apart from the rest? Mark Roberts, has completed a degree as a Master of Clinical Exercise Physiology. He also has a family and understands that life is not as simple as it may seem. Some advice sounds very simple to some but can be very daunting to those with busy lives and demanding schedules.
Mark Roberts is a university qualified Accredited Clinical Exercise Physiologist that has been delivering lifestyle and behavioural change for the past eight years. From the BEAT IT program in Dunoon that has seen significant improvements in many people's quality of life to the Urbenville Healthy Hall program, communities around the region have improved their health thanks to Mark's passion for bringing healthy choices to the people.
Along with this Mark is an active community member of Ballina. He regularly participates in fundraisers such as Movember with his efforts raising over $7000.00 in the past for depression and prostate cancer. More recently he, his brother and a mate cycled 815 km along the beaches from Newcastle to Tweed heads to raise awareness about domestic violence. They also raised $16500 for a transition house that supports Aboriginal women and children escaping domestic violence.
- Heart or lung conditions
- Chronic persistent pain
- Diabetes, high cholesterol, Obesity
- Neurological conditions
- Muscle, joint or bone injury
- Neuromuscular conditions
- Falls prevention and aged care
- Rehabilitation pre and post-surgery
On a personal level Mark is a dedicated father who keeps active and healthy by running, cycling and swimming.
Goonellabah Sports and Aquatic Center
50 Oliver avenue Goonellabah 2480
Dunoon, Nimbin, Kyogle, Casino and Ballina
Mon - Fri: 6AM - 6PM
Sat 8:30 - 12pm