Jack Cheal

I grew up playing football and basketball, so fitness has always been central to my life. I initially started resistance training as a teenager, and then rediscovered my passion for training while studying a Bachelors of Exercise & Sport Science from 2018-2020 at RMIT University when I decided that coaching was the direction I wanted to take. 

I’m passionate about the fitness industry because training can make a dramatic impact on people’s lives for the better. In terms of staying healthy, in my opinion there aren’t many – or any – better ways to improve your health and prevent issues from occurring later in life than resistance training. It also has a huge impact on mental wellbeing which is highly beneficial for people today who live stressful lives. Helping clients achieve goals that are specific to them, to a level that they wouldn’t have been able to achieve on their own is what drives me to provide high quality training. 

My specialty is resistance training for muscle gain, fat loss and performance. Most of all I like to build a strong relationship with my clients so that they enjoy their time in the gym, look forward to it and see it as part of their lifestyle going forward, rather than seeing it as a means to an end. It’s not just about delivering quality sessions for me either, but I aim to educate clients about fitness and the processes behind the training during our sessions so that they have something to take away from the process that isn’t just physical, but is knowledge that will help them forever. 

My biggest achievements have been facilitating great transformations for clients through my programming, in terms of both pure bodybuilding results as well as total body recomposition. 

My ideal client is anybody who is committed to following the process and willing to put in the hard work to reach their goals. Whether that’s a young adult, someone middle-aged, male or female, what’s important to me is that the client has a strong work ethic and is interested in learning. I like to work with both complete beginners and intermediates who have had some experience training previously to take them to the next level. 
Training beginners is a rewarding process as you get to introduce someone to a new style of training and as a result they see great immediate progress and come to understand how effective resistance training is.
In terms of clients who are more intermediate or have trained before, both regaining muscle mass they may have lost in the past if they are detrained, and/or being able to take their programming to the next level once they have hit a plateau on their own and implement some more advanced strategies for progress is one of the most interesting and enjoyable parts of being a coach.
  • Bachelor of Applied Science: Exercise & Sport Science
  • Clean Health Program Design Mastery Certification
  • Clean Health The Science of Nutrition
  • Clean Health Training the Physique Athlete / Advanced Nutrition for Fat Loss
  • Clean Health Strength System International Certification Level 1
  • Clean Health Fundamentals of Program Design
  • Clean Health Performance Nutrition Coach Level 1 & 2
  • Clean Health Performance PT Coach Level 1
  • Cert III & IV in Fitness

“Nothing changes if nothing changes” – you can’t expect to make progress by continuing to do the same thing over and over.


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