Physiotherapist, Fitness Presenter and Health Consultant, Rachel Guy has worked in the fitness industry for the past 13 years. Based in Sydney, she is now regarded as one of Australia’s top female trainers with an international following. Athletic Fox brings tough love and balance back into life, transforming ladies into the ultimate confident Athletic Fox. We inspire, educate and empower women to take control and live life to the max while building a hot body and developing a healthy relationship with food and training. Athletic Fox vision is to be a trusted “go-to” resource for women who are fed-up of the industry BS and being on a roller coaster of dieting, guilt, restriction, binging and self deprivation. Athletic Fox runs “Fox Camps”, small group training in Sydney, has a very popular and successful Online Training Membership Program “The Athletic Fox Blueprint”. We have many personal training services and eBooks, courses and programs are designed to suit all women from all walks of life and many levels of training. In the media, Rachel contributes to Mens Fitness, Cosmopolitan, On Duty and Shape magazines and been featured as a fitness model in several T.V. commercials and magazines including Ironman, MuscleMag, The Sydney Morning Herald and Oxygen. Rachel is Head of Strength & Conditioning for the TV show Wimp2Warrior, a six-month training camp to take the average Joe to MMA fighter.