If you could achieve anything, what would it be?

Personal Training

Project You

I believe in taking a holistic approach to helping my clients and improve their overall wellbeing and not just diet and exercise. Regardless of your goal, I believe it’s important to get each of these elements in place to ensure you achieve them. You won’t lose weight if your diet is poor. Equally, you won’t become stronger or fitter if your sleep quality isn’t the best. Once we achieve harmony with all 4 elements, achieving your goal will be a formality.

Personal Training | Steve Bonthrone | Personal Trainer Perth

How I Do It


The first step is to get you moving better so you can do everything you normally do with greater ease. We’ll work on improving your range of movement so you can do things like bend down to pick something up off the floor without it feeling like a full body workout. As you improve your movement, you’ll also improve your balance, flexibility and core strength. If you play sport, I’ll help you begin to improve your performance.


Your body is a powerful tool and I will show you how to build strength using your own bodyweight. We’ll work on developing your strength in all directions so you can move with control and ease. Every exercise is designed exclusively for your needs and goals. Imagine feeling like you’re standing taller, leaner and having stronger stomach muscles without directly working on posture and without doing any planks or sit ups

I had extensive surgery around my knee which included my ACL being replaced. After physio, I now needed to strengthen my leg. As well as helping me physically, Steve was very good at working through my mental blocks when I wasn’t sure my knee could take some of the exercises. This allowed me to see that my knee was capable of far more than my mind thought. I am now back training at Karate and preparing for a 100km walk. My knee feels great and my leg is continuing to get stronger. I would not hesitate to recommend Steve

Jacques Cockin

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! Even the good players are paying compliments! Good job!

Steve McLaren

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