Moodi Dennaoui- ‘The Diet Doctor’M.Edu and Research methodology USYD
Considering we spend a minimum of 300% more time eating and drinking than we do training, I think it’s time to make way for what is responsible for 85% of cognitive and physiological disorder-food.
Fitness for Purpose is addressing well-being through an evidenced based and holistic lens to ensure young people and families have skills & knowledge for better life choices, healthier social engagements and mental health outcomes. I look forward to contributing to this initiative through my role on the advisory board and a program facilitator
Bilal El-HayekClr. Bilal El-Hayek - City of Canterbury Bankstown
Throughout my career I have had a strong focus on holistic wellbeing for young people and families. I know the value tailored programs delivered by a multidisciplinary team have. Fitness for Purpose is an innovative and great example of that. One program, ‘Swim Brothers’ uses swimming as a vehicle to promote cultural inclusion as well as physical and mental health. I support their work in delivering these services to the community
Omar MerhabPrincipal Al Hikma College
Throughout my career I have had a strong focus on holistic wellbeing for young people and families. I know the value tailored programs delivered by a multidisciplinary team have.
James HickmanHead of Marketing at Speedo Pacific
What Fitness For Purpose is doing, especially through their Swim Brothers program is absolutely brilliant. Speedo is behind them getting new people in the water swimming safely. Well done.