Every individual is entitled to the best in health and quality of life, and Dani dedicates herself to educating and guiding clients on their nutrition and physical journey to achieve this.
With a bachelors degree in Health Science (majoring in Nutrition & Exercise Science), Cert. IV in Personal Training, and internationally recognised Running Coach qualifications (UK Athletics and Athletics Australia), and an APPI Pilates instructor, she operates a nutrition and athletic coaching business (Infinite Nutrition & Coaching), a mother of two young girls, and an elite marathoner.
Not “naturally” a runner, Dani played netball and basketball as a child and into her teens. She took up running at 23 years old. Realising that she may be good at running, she sought a coach to work on developing her technique and speed. Running began to feel natural and she shifted into more of a competitive mode at 27 years old.
“There was a time when I was very unhealthy and overweight. I now pride myself on good nutrition and balanced exercise in a busy life. I’ve learnt that quality and consistency is what delivers success and long term health. I am living proof.”
Dani prides herself and her clients on developing strength and conditioning in order to reduce risk of injuries, but to also boost performance.
The year 2015 delivered her best year as an athlete with personal bests in 8km, 10km, 12km, 21.1km and 42.2km. She loves reminiscing about the New York marathon 2015 & Virgin Money London marathon 2016, where she became the proud owner of 2 x sub 3hr times and looks forward to the next attempt at improving her personal bests.