• 07JAN

    Territorians keen to work off xMas cheer!

    EVERY second Australian is a little bit chubbier than they were pre-Christmas, a new survey found. The Priceline Pharmacy online survey of 2052 people found one in two normally gained extra weight over the holiday season. About 60 per cent put their weight gain between 2-5kgs. Jingili personal trainer Hollie Goodall runs bootcamps in Darwin…

  • 12AUG
    Baby Weights

    Baby Weights

    Watching as my class huff and pant as they ran up the hill, I egged them on. “You can do it,” I yelled. “Keep going.” It was May 2006 and I’d been working as a personal trainer for two years and my business was thriving. “We’re done. See you all next week,” I said to…

  • 21JUN
    Telstra Business Awards – 2011

    Telstra Business Awards – 2011

    Telstra has announced the finalists in the 2011 Telstra Northern Territory Business Awards, finding that customer service is at the forefront of business success in the state. Although the ten finalists are from range of industries, an analysis of the finalists revealed top customer service was a significant indicator of business success across many of them. “Improving customer service…

  • 10JAN

    Stateline – HG Fitness Documentary

    HG Fitness features on ABC documentary STATELINE. The article details the constant fight with obesity and weightloss. Tim Lee and Hollie Goodall are featured taking a bootcamp activity on the some of Darwin’s finest beaches. You can find the program here!…

  • 16NOV
    Telstra Business Awards – 2010

    Telstra Business Awards – 2010

    AMP Innovation Award – HG Fitness In 2006, HG Fitness owner and former professional triathlete Hollie Goodall developed a training program for new mothers seeking to regain fitness after pregnancy. She completed certificate training in pre and post-natal fitness and ‘borrowed’ the babies of friends to help her devise the ‘Mums N Bubs Bootcamp’ program, an…

  • 05JUL
    Mums the Winners when Pilates meets Prams!

    Mums the Winners when Pilates meets Prams!

    SOME mums will do anything to get back in to shape after giving birth – including using their children as weights for pilates. A new fitness regimen called Pilates and Prams is taking the Top End by storm. Instructor and organiser Hollie Goodall said the program was about getting new mums and their babies in…

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