Greenwood: Sculpture Personal Training a finalist for 2019 Australian Fitness Awards

Amer Khan (Sculpture Personal Training). Photo: Martin Kennealey
Amer Khan (Sculpture Personal Training). Photo: Martin Kennealey

A GREENWOOD personal training business is a finalist in Fitness Australia’s 2019 Australian Fitness Awards.

Sculpture Personal Training is a finalist in the personal training business of the year category for the April awards.

Owner Amer ‘AK’ Khan said Sculpture Personal Training helped people “live their best lives by providing services accessible to each individual”.

“We are committed to providing ethical and efficacious health services, while developing our team, clients, community and methodology, and have been recognised for children’s services and championing the bidirectional relationship between physical and mental health in the past,” he said.

The 2019 Australian Fitness Awards include ten awards categories, covering emerging exercise professionals, individuals delivering exercise, businesses providing fitness services and community exercise programs.

Other WA finalists include Stacey Flynn in the personal trainer of the year category, The LIFE Program in community excellence category and Belmont Oasis Leisure Centre for council or licensed fitness centre of the year.

WA’s LA FIT Studio and Do You Even Bootcamp!? are both finalists for boutique business of the year, while Morley Sport & Recreation Centre and Goldfield Oasis are finalists for quality accredited fitness business of the year.

National winners will be announced at a Sydney event on April 11.