Follow us on: FacebookTwitterPinterestYouTubeLinkedInInstagram
 1300 669 669 Enquire Now

The Fitness Zone

Robbie (coach) prepares for New Zealand Ironman Triathlon
February 28, 2008 | by Jessica Bryant

Robbie Eppinger - Full-time Coach


When did you start at the Institute?

April 2006.

What do you love about the industry?

The people that work in it, the positive attitudes. It's completely different to other industries in the way you are basically working in a gym or outdoors.

What are you training for at the moment?

The New Zealand Ironman Triathlon. (3.8km swim, 182.2km ride, 42.2km run)

What does your training consist of?

I train everyday with either a swim, cycle or run session, often twice a day. I swim about 15km's, ride 400km's and run 70km's per week.

What past events have you competed in?

Australian Ironman, Shepparton Half Ironman, Gold Coast Half Ironman

Favourite quote?

Pain is temporary, quitting lasts forever.



Jessica Bryant is the National Communications Manager at the Australian Institute of Fitness.

This content is not intended to be used as individual health or fitness advice divorced from that imparted by medical, health or fitness professionals. Medical clearance should always be sought before commencing an exercise regime. The Institute and the authors do no take any responsibility for accident or injury caused as a result of this information.

Popular Posts

5 Ways to Manage Your Fitness During Self-Isolation #FitnessPersonal Training

The Ultimate Guide to Home Workouts #FitnessPersonal Training

5 Hacks For Using Social Media To Market Your PT Business #FitnessPersonal Training

Massage Therapists Share Top Tips For Starting A Massage Business #Massage