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Guy Leech "Australia's number one fitness guy"
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ALL ABOUT GUY
When you win the first professional Ironman Championship ever staged – the Coolangatta Gold – at the age of 19, the only way to go is up. Since that day in 1984, Guy Leech has gone on to win countless competitions across swimming, paddling, marathon events and prestigious Ironman competitions – earning him the title of ‘the fittest man on the planet’.
But he’s not just Australia’s number one fitness guy, he’s also a regular guy.
Guy is all about a fitter and healthier community and Club Leechy encourages just that.
Simply buy any equipment from the Guy Leech Fitness range and enter your purchase details online and you can consider yourself part of the club. As a Club Leechy member you get exclusive access to health and fitness articles, videos, training tips and fitness programs written by Guy himself to help you reach your goals.
Being coached by Australia’s number one fitness guy is something to get excited about! Add the picturesque Sydney Harbour to the mix and you’ll find the Guy Leech Paddle Fitness sessions a brilliant way to improve your fitness while having fun.
Safe, social and challenging, Guy’s paddle sessions are open to all fitness levels and have a group to suit everyone.
There’s no better way to view a training tip, get motivated by Leechy or simply tune into the latest Leechy news than through our exclusive online videos. Check out this online video gallery and feel free to share your favourite videos with your friends.
Guy is proud to be associated with an outstanding range of partners from both the corporate and local business sector. Each of these partners shares Guy’s passion for fitness, health and wellbeing, and prove it through their involvement with a number of great community and sponsorship initiatives.
MORE ABOUT GUY
He’s trained celebrities including Madonna and has excelled at every event he’s entered over a 30-year career, but there’s more