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F45 Training announces first New Zealand ambassador

Published: Thu 26 Oct 2017 01:39 PM
F45 Training announces first New Zealand ambassador - International Cricketer, Mitchell McClenaghan
Australian success story, F45 Training continues to grow its international ambassador line up and has just signed its first New Zealand ambassador, International Cricketer, Mitchell McClenaghan.
F45 Training is extremely proud to have an athlete like Mitchell join the team and help share our training philosophy with New Zealand. In addition to being an ambassador for the brand, Mitchell is also set to open his own F45 studio in Somerville, East Auckland in the New Year.
With 10 studios opening in New Zealand and over 30 more sold, F45 Training is hoping to continue its vast expansion into New Zealand over the next 12 months.
Ahead of the NZ Fitness and Health Expo this weekend, F45 Training has an exclusive interview opportunity with Mitchell tomorrow (Friday, 27th October) at F45’s Newmarket studio. Please contact Janina Czado to organise an interview via jczado@f45training.com.au or +61 415 244 615.
F45 Training will also host special sessions at the NZ Fitness and Health Expo– please come an join us at 11am, 1pm or 3pm on Saturday or Sunday!
ABOUT F45 TRAINING
F45 Training is a global fitness training community specialising in innovative, high intensity group workouts which are fast, fun and proven to get rapid results for members. Adored by celebrities and athletes alike, F45 training’s commitment to innovation goes well beyond the gym floor.
With an ever-growing suite of proprietary fitness and business technology, F45 Training provides an unprecedented level of insight and control for both clients and franchisees.
F45 Training’s popular training method, together with its low-cost, highly systemised business model has seen this fitness phenomenon explode across the globe, with over 900 franchises sold across 36 countries in just 3 years.
To join the F45 Training network, contact us at www.f45training.co.nz

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