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Clinic Operating Hours

  • Monday 8am to 6pm
  • Tuesday 8am to 6pm
  • Wednesday 8am to 6pm
  • Thursday 8am to 6pm
  • Friday 8am to 12pm
  • Saturday 8am to 12.30pm

sponsored athletes

Jon Davie's profile

champion bodybuilder jon davie is an ART patient

Former Mr Australia, IFBB Pro Bodybuilder and ranked 12th in the 2003 Mr Olympia.

Jon knows the importance of keeping his body in the best condition with ART performance Care.

 


Rebekah Keat's Profile

rebekah keat
  • Hometown: Albury NSW, Australia
  • Resides: Gold Coast, Australia
  • Birth Date: February 20, 1978 (write that down and start saving up)
  • Education: Bachelor of Exercise Science.Griffith University Gold Coast
  • Occupation: Professional Triathlete and Personal Trainer

rebekahkeat.com

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World Records
* 2009 SECOND FASTEST WOMAN IN HISTORY - 8hr 39mins


World Championship Titles
* 1996 JUNIOR WORLD TRIATHLON CHAMPION
* 1997 JUNIOR WORLD DUATHLON CHAMPION
* 1998 JUNIOR WORLD TRIATHLON SILVER MEDALIST
* 2004 WORLD ROOKIE IRONMAN RECORD
* 2009 LONG COURSE WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS SILVER MEDALIST

2013 Season
1st – Canberra 70.3 *official course record
1st – Shepparton 70.3 *new course record *1:20 run split 4th fastest overall
1st – Austin 70.3 *new course record
2nd – Ironman Mt Tremblant USA Nth American Champs


Australian Titles

* 2007 Australian Ironman Champion
* 2007 Australian Long Course Triathlon Champion
* 2004 Australian Long Course Series Champion

2011
1st Challenge Copenhagen Denmark
1st Challenge Cairns Australia
3rd 70.3 Busselton Australia
3rd Challenge Roth Germany

2010
1st Challenge Copenhagen Denmark
1st Ironman Louisville USA
1st Challenge Half Kraichgau Germany
1st Challenge Half Neiderbronn France
1st 70.3 Shepparton Australia
2nd Challenge Wanake NZ
2nd Challenge Roth Germany
2nd Ironman Australia

2009

  • 2009 1st Singapore Half Ironman
  • 1st Half Challenge Kraichgau
  • 1st Half Challenge France
  • 2nd Roth Challenge (World Record: 8h.39min)

2008

  • Yepoon/QLD Champs 70.3 Winner
  • Australian 70.3 series winner
  • Singapore 70.3 WTC winner
  • Busselton 70.3 Winner
  • 2nd Geelong 70.3 WTC

2007

  • 1st Panthers Ironman Australia Triathlon
  • 1st Lake Stevens Ironman 70.3
  • 1st Australian Long Course Triathlon Championships
  • 3rd Buffalo Springs Lake Ironman 70.3
  • 5th Eagleman Ironman 70.3

2004

  • 1st Byron Bay Triathlon
  • 1st Gold Coast Half Ironman
  • 1st New Zealand Half Ironman Champion, NZ
  • 1st Busselton Half Ironman
  • 1st Coomera Half Ironman
  • 1st Yepoon Half Ironman
  • 3rd NSW country short triathlon champioships
  • 3rd Racine Half Ironman, USA
  • 3rd Noumea International Triathlon, NC

2003

  • 1st Gold Coast Half Ironman
  • 1st New Zealand Half Ironman Championships
  • 1st Busselton Half Ironman
  • 1st Gold Coast Half Ironman
  • 2nd Hainan Long Distance, China
  • 3rd Laguna Phuket Triathlon
  • 3rd Noosa Triathlon

2002

  • 1st New Zealand Half Ironman Championships
  • 1st Cairns Half Ironman
  • 1st Hainan Long Distance, China
  • 2nd Noosa International Triathlon
  • 2nd Noumea International Triathlon

Dylan Andrew's Profile

Dylan Andrews

Dylan Andrews (born 15 November 1979) is a mixed martial artist from New Zealand currently competing as a Middleweight in the Ultimate Fighting Championship, previously competing in their Middleweight. As of July 2014, he was ranked no. 92 in the world.[1] He was semi-finalist on FX's The Ultimate Fighter: Team Jones vs. Team Sonnen.

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Dylan Andrews

Born

15 November 1979
Wellington, New Zealand

Other names

The Villain

Nationality

New Zealander

Height

6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)

Weight

185 lb (84 kg; 13.2 st)

Division

Middleweight

Reach

74 in (190 cm)

Style

Boxing, Wrestling

Stance

Orthodox

Fighting out of

Gold Coast, Australia

Team

Potential Unlimited MMA (PUMMA)
Heartbreak conditioning

Years active

2006–present

Mixed martial arts record

Total

24

Wins

17

By knockout

12

By submission

3

By decision

2

Losses

6

By knockout

3

By submission

3

No contests

1


Aaron Stubbs' profile

Aaron Stubbs

Hi, My name is Aaron Stubbs and I have been involved in the sports of Athletics and Surf Life Saving since I was a young boy. I was somewhat of a late developer, never becoming a National level athlete until after I had graduated from High School. Since that time I have accomplished many of the goals I have set for myself and my career highlight to date would be winning the 2009 Stawell Gift. I believe that success is the result of combining Talent, Determination, and smart planning. Smart Planning is something I have learned the hard way and I fully believe that these lessons will aid me in accomplishing my goal to become the fastest runner in Australian History.

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Surf Life Saving Results

  • World Open Beach Sprint Silver Medal x 1 
  • Australian Open Beach Sprint Champion x 2
  • Australian Open Beach Flags Finalist x 2
  • Australian U19 Beach Sprint Champion x 1
  • Australian U19 Beach Flags Finalist x 2
  • Australian U17 Beach Sprint Champion x 1
  • Australian U17 Beach Sprint Bronze x 1
  • Australian Open Beach Relay Champion x 2
  • Australian U19 Beach Relay Champion x 1
  • Dozens of Medals at State Level in Sprint and Flags
  • 3 x Queensland State Team Representative Surf Life Saving
  • 1 x Australian Team Representative Surf Life Saving

Athletics Results

  • Australian Athletics Championships Open 100m Bronze Medal
  • Queensland Athletics Championships Open 100m Silver Medal x 2
  • Queensland Athletics Championships U20 Gold Medal x 1
  • Queensland Athletics Championships Open 4x100m Relay Silver
  • 1 x Queensland State Team Representative Athletics
  • 100m pb – 10.27 (28th November 2015)
  • Top ranking – 2nd in Australia for 100m (31st December 2015)

 

Professional Running Results

  • 2007 Keilor 70m Gift Champion
  • 2008 Maryborough 70m Gift Champion
  • 2008 Wanganui NZ 70m Gift Champion
  • 2008 Wanganui NZ 110m Gift Finalist
  • 2008 Keilor U20 120m Gift Champion
  • 2009 Australia Post Stawell Gift 120m Champion
  • 2010 Gold Coast 120m Gift Finalist
  • 2010 Stawell Gift winners Gift 120m Champion
  • 2010 Stawell Gift Backmarkers 120m Finalist
  • 2011 Stawell Gift Backmarkers 120m Finalist
  • 2012 Stawell Gift Backmarkers 120m Finalist
  • 2012 Burnie Gift 120m Finalist
  • 2013 Ballarat Gift 120m Finalist
  • 2013 Ballarat 70m Gift Champion
  • 2013 Australia Post Stawell Gift 120m Finalist
  • 2014 Gold Coast Turf Club Gift Champion
  • 2015 Macksville Gift 120m Champion
  • 2015 Macksville Gift 70m Finalist
  • 2015 Queanbeyan Gift 120m Champion
  • 2015 Gold Coast Turf Club Club Champions Race Champion
  • 2015 Devonport 70m Gift Finalist (From the scratch mark)
  • 2016 Burnie 120m Gift Finalist (From the scratch mark)

 

Goals for 2015/16 Season

  • Make 2016 RIO Olympics team in the 100m and 4 x 100m Relay
  • Run Personal Best 100m time of 10.16 seconds
  • Win Third Australian Beach Sprint Title
  • Win National Championships in the 100m

 

Long term Goals

  • Make Olympic Final in 100m
  • Make Olympic Final in 200m
  • Make World Championships Final in 100m
  • Make World Championships Final in 200m
  • Win Commonwealth Games Medal in 100m
  • Win Commonwealth Games Medal in 200m
  • Run Australian Record of 9.92s in 100m
  • Run Australian record of 20.05s in 200m
  • Win 5 Australian Championships in the 100m
  • Win 5 Australian Beach Sprint Championships
  • Win World Championships in Beach Sprint

 

What Can I offer a Sponsor

As an athlete performing at an elite level people often ask me and look to me for advice on apparel, nutrition, supplantation, recovery and treatment. In this position I am able to recommend products that I believe in. I am an active social media user and am happy to use my accounts to promote your products as I do believe they work. There is no better advertisement for a product than results, and if we work together towards my goals it will be an excellent way to show that your product works. This season so far I have already featured in numerous news television broadcasts and other forms of news media including newspapers. This would be an excellent opportunity for me to represent your brand.

2015/16 Olympic Qualification Season

As you are likely well aware the 2016 Olympics will be held in Brazil. The qualification season for Australia begins in October 2015 and runs through until the Nationals Championships and Selection trials in April 2016. So far my season has been by far the best I have ever had, I have won 2 Professional Gift races including the Queanbeyan Gift which is the 3rd largest event of its kind in Australia. I have followed this success up with a massive personal best in the 100m of 10.27 into a -1.0m/s headwind. This time ranks me as the fastest to date in the qualifying season and equal 20th fastest Australian all time. I am extremely confident that I can continue to improve to the level of qualifying for the individual 100m at the Olympics where my goal is to make the final!

2015/16 Race Calender

November  2015

  • Mackville Gift 14th November (Result: 1st Open 120m Gift, 5th Open 70m Gift)
  • Queanbeyan Gift 21/22 November (Result: 1st Open 120m Gift)
  • Queensland Athletics Meet 28th November (Result: 1st 100m 10.27(-1.0))

December 2015

  • Latrobe Gift 26th December (Result: 3rd Open 120m Gift Semi)
  • Devonport Gift 29th December (Result: 4th Open 70m Gift)

January 2016

  • Burnie Gift 1st January (Result: 4th Open 120m Gift)
  • QLD Athletics Meet 17th January (Events: 100m, 200m)
  • Gold Coast Gift 26th January (Events: Open 120m Gift)

February 2016

  • Canberra Track Classic 20th February (Events: 100m, 200m)
  • QLD State Championships 26/28 February (Events: 100m/200m)

 

March 2016

  • Melbourne Track Classic 5th March (Events: 100m, 200m)
  • Qld Track Classic 19th March (Events: 100m/200m)

April 2016
- Australian Championships and Olympic Selection Trials 1/3 April (Events: 100m, 200m)

2015/16 News Media

Below are links to online news media that I have been a feature in during the 2015/16 Olympic season to date:

November 15th 2015

 

November 21st 2015

November 22nd 2015

 

November 25th 2015

November 26th 2015

November 30th 2015

December 1st 2015

December 25th 2015

December 27th 2015

December 31st 2015

 

I have also been a feature in numerous posts by Facebook fanpages relating to my sport including:

NSW Professional Track League
https://www.facebook.com/NSW-Professional-Track-League-277941762394909/?fref=ts

SCAT – Sports Carnivals Association of Tasmania
https://www.facebook.com/Tascarnivals/?fref=ts

Kraken Athletics
https://www.facebook.com/KrakenAthletics/?fref=ts

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