Matt Fuller

Wanting to work on your personal fitness? Matt Fuller is here to help! Matt Fuller is a former professional rugby league player whose career spanned over 100 NRL first grade games from 1989 – 2000. Since his retirement from rugby league, Matt has owned and operated Fuller Fitness, a boutique training studio based in Subiaco, WA, and has become one of Perth’s leading health and fitness experts. Having mentored over 15,000 personal training sessions, Matt also remains heavily involved in high profile sporting positions that have included:

  • Strength and Conditioning Coach for the Australian Paralympics Wheelchair Rugby League team
  • Strength and Conditioning Coach for the WA Reds Rugby League Club
  • Strength Coach for Peel Thunder WAFL club
  • Training and mentoring of some of Perth’s elite jockeys, gymnasts, models and personalities.

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Welcome to 2016 – Let’s go

Are you ready to kick-start your 2016 training regime? According to HIF fitness expert Matt Fuller, "The longer we leave it, the harder it becomes to shift any unwanted festive weight and regain our physical cardio conditioning”. So with this in mind, we’ve asked Matt to devise a 4 week training plan (which incorporates a mix of cardio, weights, and group classes), which will leave us feeling stronger, toner and more energised. 

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SIDS and Kids Sunshine Beach Run 2016

Perth – have you registered for the annual SIDS and Kids Sunshine Beach Run? If you’ve answered yes, good for you. The team here at HIF are super excited to be participating too, so to help with our preparations we’ve asked our resident fitness expert Matt Fuller for his advice on how to train (and enjoy) the 1km, 3km or 5km courses. In this article Matt has kindly outlined a 3 week training program which caters for all levels of ability, and explains why it’s important to work at your own pace and fitness ability.

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The Importance of Recovery

How important is recovery after a fitness challenge? According to HIF fitness blogger Matt Fuller, "Treating your body well during recovery phases is just as important as pushing yourself in the gym. By looking after your body (pre and post event), you’re less likely to suffer injury and your body will reward you by bouncing back quicker for your next challenge." In this article, Matt discusses the steps he took to recover from his gruelling  24 Hour Grind Challenge for Telethon and explains why he’s always followed his own personal mantra – “You can never over-train, but you can under-recover”.

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Age is No Barrier

These days we are living longer, but what’s the secret? A better lifestyle, improved medical intervention or greater awareness of our alcohol and nutritional intake. According to Matt, "It is clear to me that the true key to longevity is to look after yourself with a balanced healthy lifestyle that includes regular exercise, coupled with a sensible eating plan and not succumbing to too many over-indulgences. In this article Matt offers his expert advice on how we can become more health conscious and even includes a basic exercise routine which will assist in improving our muscle strength, bone density and cardiovascular stamina.

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Box Your Way to Fit

Have you thought about incorporating boxing into your training routine? According to HIF fitness blogger Matt Fuller, "Boxing nowadays is not just for the macho blokes. It’s an intense workout, which places a great emphasis on toning, muscular strength and endurance. Not only that, it's also a great way to gain results quickly and increase your energy levels." In this post, Matt discusses the many benefits associated with boxing and offers his advice on how to include it in our weekly training routine. 

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Dive Into Fitness

Are you thinking of amping up your training routine? Perhaps you simply want to get your fitness schedule back on track. If you've answered yes, then you should check out this latest article from HIF fitness blogger, Matt Fuller. According to Matt, "One of the best ways to ease yourself back into training (that isn’t physically demanding on your body but produces great benefits) is swimming. It improves muscle definition, it strengthens your core and also improves your cardiovascular fitness." With this in mind, Matt has kindly put together some basic swimming routines to give us that gentle kick-start back into training.    

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Are You CrossFit Ready?

CrossFit is taking the world by storm right now, so we caught up with fitness expert Matt Fuller to find out more. In this article, Matt explains how variation, intensity and discipline make up three key elements to a successful exercise program, and provides a basic cross-training routine to help you get CrossFit ready.

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