Sharan Raja

“The first mistake is never the one that ruins you. It is the spiral of repeated mistakes that follows. Missing once is an accident. Missing twice is the start of a new habit.”

– James Clear

About Sharan

Sharan is a coach who is easy to approach and be around. He has a genuine interest in the unique story of each person’s life and strives to understand the root cause of his client’s wants and needs. With a passion for fitness and studying to become a physiotherapist, Sharan provides his clients with a deeper understanding of why they do what they do. This knowledge empowers them to be self-reliant and free.

Sharan has years of martial arts experience and loves to make workouts fun. He comes up with exciting combinations and covers the basics and groundwork while having a good time. Sharan’s ultimate goal is to ensure that his clients are pain-free and fear-free when they work out. He methodically works to find solutions to any problems his clients encounter and ensures that they understand how to avoid them in the future.

  • Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation
  • Strength and Conditioning
  • Body composition
  • Mindset

training philosophy

My training philosophy is: “Clarity is everything”. It is crucial to understand the reason behind your actions. It is easy to lose motivation or switch to a different training approach when you feel lost and don’t see any results. However, when you are part of a system that you understand, everything becomes clear. You know why things aren’t working, and there’s no need for frustration because you know how to make it work. Every step is accounted for, and you know when to be patient and keep going or change your trajectory.

education, experience & achievements

  • Certificate III & IV in Fitness
  • Master Trainer
  • Studying in Physiotherapy
  • Beginners Muay Thai and Jiu Jitsu
  • Athletic Strength and Conditioning

3 fun facts

  1. The path that led me down to fitness and health all started when I was younger and got into a pretty rough scrap.
  2. Thought it was a great idea at the time, but I once camped in a depression with my mates as a river flooded around us overnight. 7 years later I still enjoy putting myself into dangerous situations when camping and living life in general. I just got better at it.
  3. I’m currently a really bad amateur saxophone player, hoping to be a really bad regular saxophone player




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