Welcome to Steve Bonthrone Fitness – Personal Trainer and Running Coach in Perth

Most people I speak to want to feel better about themselves again. Everything I do is built around you, progressing you from where you are now to where you want to be one step at a time through a series of exercises created exclusively for you. 

It’s not about following a diet and doing the latest workouts. It’s about creating new habits so you feel fitter, healthier, stronger and happier and with a strong sense of achievement from completing the workouts without feeling overwhelmed.

Steve Bonthrone Personal Trainer Perth
Steve Bonthrone personal trainer perth

Personal Training

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0-5k in 4 Weeks | Steve Bonthrone Fitness

0-5k in 4 Weeks

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Run Club Perth | Steve Bonthrone Fitness

Run Club

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Running Coaching in Perth Scotland | Steve Bonthrone Fitness

Running Coaching

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Creating A Better You

In nearly 20 years in the fitness industry, I know that it takes more than doing some exercises and going on a diet to change your body shape and get fit. I look at the person I’m working with, get to know them and guide them to create new habits to help them look better, move better and feel better inside and out. 

This is the simple process I follow that helps me get the best results:


Believe is about knowing what you really want and going for it. Lost your mojo? I will help you rediscover it and keep you on track to achieve your goals.


Recover is about making time for you to relax, destress, sleep well, compliment everything else you do to get you the best results without killing your social life!

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Nourish is about fuelling your body to perform the way you want it to. I will help you create new habits so you can enjoy food without starving yourself.


Active is about creating the right exercises to help you do everything better and feel like you want to do them rather than feel you need to do them.

Success Story

I started working with Steve primarily to lose weight but also to be able to continue playing fives when I turned 50. I had a back problem and so was going to be a challenge. I’m now 59, I’ve lost some weight, have very few issues with my back and most importantly, I’m still playing fives. I’m scoring more goals than I did when I started and feel fitter than many of the guys half my age! The highlight came last night when I turned one of the good players in the wrong direction when the ball came to me with my back to him. He told me after the game that I really caught him out as he didn’t expect me to be so flexible. What we’re doing is definitely working! Good job!
Steve McLaren

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