Explore new ways to challenge yourself with the right balance of training and motivation. We are located in Milton, Brisbane, directly opposite Suncorp Stadium.
All of our signature Pack Strength sessions are capped at a maximum of 6 members. This ensures individuality of programming and coaching in a 3:1 ratio for technical lifts so you keep progressing as though you were in a traditional one on one personal training session. The added advantage is that you get the positive vibes from other Pack members too.
All training has the option for no contract. There is an option for people that want to commit for 6 months at a time. We are happy to discuss options.
Sessions are early mornings (starting from 4:30am, 5:30am, 6:30am, 7:30am) and early evening (starting at 4:30pm, 5:30pm, 6:30pm).
Pack strength is a perfect combination of personal coaching, individualised programming, community, atmosphere and accountability.
Train with us from your home or own gym. You can follow our own programming for our members or you can get an expert written programme personalised for you based on your needs, your history, your time, equipment and personality.
This is for when you want the utmost of attention, care and individualised programming to meet your specific needs.
I'm here with one big purpose, to show you how to develop strength, movement and growth that can change your life!
As a Strength and conditioning Coach and Certified Health Coach with a degree in Human Movement and 7 years industry experience, I know the innate power and potential locked within all of us.
Alex has had a long career as a semi professional rugby league referee so already knows how to train hard and smart.
He started coaching at The Wild Movement in early 2018 and his professionalism, dedication to clients and his own training has been a big part of The Wild Movements success.
Hey guys, I’m Carola! But mostly people just call me Rolls.
I’ve been involved in sports all my life but became more active in the gym after suffering a series of back and knee injuries from the rug and tug of the rugby pitch. And while I started working out to supplement my rehab and improve my game, I kept coming back to the gym because I loved pushing my body to new limits - both mentally and physically.