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Morayfield personal trainers create online stir

Personal trainers Evan Creek and Dave Okeby
Personal trainers Evan Creek and Dave Okeby Vicki Wood/sca151112pt

IF you are looking for motivation to get fit and healthy this summer it's hard to look past Genesis Morayfield-based trainers David Okeby and Evan Creek.

But if you are keen to sign up you'd best get in quick as the pair has caused quite a stir online.

It seems David and Evan are both hot on the radar for those seeking a bit of motivation after being named the top two searched personal trainer profiles online within the nationwide Genesis group.

Both felt it was their different approach to training that set them apart for PT hunters.

David specialises in core conditioning, rehab and functional training, while Evan supports his results through a variety of weight loss and toning techniques that involve a mixture of circuit activities.

"I give my clients what they are after and specialise in their needs," David said.

"If they come to me with an injury I will focus on that before working with them on another goal."

Both also said they shied away from the stereotypical commando approach when it came to training.

"I push people to their limits but only to what their limits are currently at, I think people respond better to that," David said.

Evan took a similar approach with his train style.

"One of my big things is trying to make people feel comfortable in the environment they train," he said. "If you enjoy your exercise you're a lot more likely to achieve your goals."

While the pair was considered hot property online, they were easily found at Genesis Morayfield, 295 Morayfield Rd.

For more information on David Okeby's Onward Personal Training visit genesistrainer.com.au/dokeby or email onwardpt@gmail.com.

For more information on Evan Creek's Ev's Personal Training visit genesistrainer.com.au/ecreek or email e.j.c84@hotmail.com.

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