Today’s workout is focused on improving performance, typically known as strength training. As spoken about in my book Sweat Equity the key to effective strength training is to focus on movements not muscles. Todays program is more general conditioning focused on improving performance in all ranges of motion while you push, pull and rotate. I typically do 3 sets of 10 repetitions with a few minutes rest between each exercise. You should choose a weight where your last repetition should be as good as your first repetition – train don’t strain.





“For me business has always been about becoming more of myself.  Becoming more of a leader, becoming more dependable, contributing more to those around me. Sweaty Equity contains the principles that will enable you to become more of yourself.”

Jack Delosa
Entrepreneur & Investor

“There’s nothing more frustrating than being injured, Greg has helped me get back to my best in next to no time. He continues to keep me mentally and physically in shape and I can not recommend him highly enough.”

Bianca Cheah-Chalmers
Professional Model & Founder of Sporteluxe

“As a nutritionist I have worked with many business leaders who find it a challenge to balance a high flying career, home life and their health. Working along side Greg, I have seen first hand how he is able to assist clients in transforming their life through wellbeing.”

Zoe Bingley-Pullin
Nutritionist & Celebrity Chef

“As a professional rugby player and now CEO I understand the demands of both the sport and business world. My health is vital in making sure I am at my best each and every day. In Sweat Equity, Greg provides the framework to become your own personal health coach and achieve your personal best.”

Phil Kearns
Former Wallaby Captain & CEO of Interisk