Vision Personal Training
Bondi Junction

James Drury

Owner

At Vision Personal Training Bondi Junction our friendly and motivated staff will help you reach your individual fitness or weight loss goals - the fast, friendly and fun way! Vision Personal Training is unlike any other fitness studio - so come and experience the Vision Personal Training difference today!

Vision Personal Training
Bondi Junction

Suite 3, 47 Spring Street
Bondi Junction, NSW 2022

Directions
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Located on Level 1, 47 Spring St, Bondi Junction - near the intersection of Spring St and Newland St.

Accessibility
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There is plenty of metered parking right out the front of the studio, and non-metered parking on the streets surrounding the studio. Also, the Eastgates shopping centre has 2 hour parking for $1.

Opening hours
Mon - Thu

5:30am - 8:00pm

Fri

5:30am - 3:00pm

Sat

6:30am - 12:00pm

Sun

Closed

Directions

Located on Level 1, 47 Spring St, Bondi Junction - near the intersection of Spring St and Newland St.

Accessibility

There is plenty of metered parking right out the front of the studio, and non-metered parking on the streets surrounding the studio. Also, the Eastgates shopping centre has 2 hour parking for $1.

About The Owner - James Drury

James has been in the Health and Fitness Industry since 2006. With a strong background in team sports, James joined Vision Personal Training in 2008 after being attracted to the supportive team environment in Vision Studios. James has progressed from a Personal Trainer to Studio Manager and, in 2011, became Franchise Owner of the Bondi Junction Studio. James believes in creating a friendly environment where Trainers and Members can achieve their goals.

Meet the Team

What’s on

  • Free Studio Seminars
  • Free Shopping Tours
  • Group Training
  • Articles
  • Events
Date Event Description
  • Shopping Tour

    Saturday 21 Sep 2019 09:30AM

    Learn about a variety of foods that are most appropriate for your individual nutritional goals, how to effectively read food labels and food-shop for success. This is a practical and interactive tour conducted at your Studio’s local Supermarket. This tour is designed to help you understand how to make the best choices to ensure you can follow a healthy eating plan that is tasty and fits easily into your lifestyle.

    Register

Date Event Description
Saturday 21 Sep 2019 09:30AM Shopping Tour

Learn about a variety of foods that are most appropriate for your individual nutritional goals, how to effectively read food labels and food-shop for success. This is a practical and interactive tour conducted at your Studio’s local Supermarket. This tour is designed to help you understand how to make the best choices to ensure you can follow a healthy eating plan that is tasty and fits easily into your lifestyle.

MonTueWedThursFriSatSun

6:30 AM
30 Minutes

6:30 AM
30 Minutes

6:00 AM
60 Minutes

6:00 AM
60 Minutes

6:30 AM
30 Minutes

7:00 AM
60 Minutes

6:00 PM
30 Minutes

6:00 PM
30 Minutes

9:30 AM
30 Minutes

6:00 PM
30 Minutes

8:00 AM
60 Minutes

6:00 PM
30 Minutes

8:00 AM
60 Minutes

6:30 PM
30 Minutes

9:30 AM
60 Minutes
  • Exercise As The Drug Of Choice

    Max Freeman

    We review the perceived over-prescription of medications in the treatment of mental health illness and the role of exercise in combatting this issue.

  • Cortisol

    John Daly

    What is Cortisol?

  • The Winter Weight.

    Dan Giufre

    The average person will gain between 2.5kgs-5 kgs of weight over the winter period.

  • Fat Gain Explained

    Craig Smith

    I’m sure we all know what fat is but has anyone ever explained to you how it ends up on our bodies?

  • Mobility vs Stability

    Samantha Wright

    Mobility and stability are like two sides to the coin, but why does that matter ?

  • Interval Training

    Gianluca Cali

    What is interval training and should you be doing it?

  • Tips For Eating Out

    Lauren Smith

    Eating out doesn’t mean that you have to wreak all of your hard training and progress.

  • Goals Setting

    Chris Enahoro

    As children we were taught that we could do anything we wanted and be anything we wanted to be, if we worked hard enough. So, what has changed?

  • Tips For Eating Out

    Lauren Smith

    Eating out doesn’t mean that you have to wreak all of your hard training and progress.

  • Half Marathon Taper Tips

    Tim Locke

    Some little tips to help you manage the days ahead and to ensure you get the most out of your last week before your race.

  • Keep Moving Forward

    Lauren Smith

    Perseverance is key to achieving goals.

  • Half Marathon Training Tips

    Tim Locke

    Are you looking to add structure to your training?

Title Author Description
Exercise As The Drug Of Choice Max Freeman

We review the perceived over-prescription of medications in the treatment of mental health illness and the role of exercise in combatting this issue.

Cortisol John Daly

What is Cortisol?

The Winter Weight. Dan Giufre

The average person will gain between 2.5kgs-5 kgs of weight over the winter period.

Fat Gain Explained Craig Smith

I’m sure we all know what fat is but has anyone ever explained to you how it ends up on our bodies?

Mobility vs Stability Samantha Wright

Mobility and stability are like two sides to the coin, but why does that matter ?

Interval Training Gianluca Cali

What is interval training and should you be doing it?

Tips For Eating Out Lauren Smith

Eating out doesn’t mean that you have to wreak all of your hard training and progress.

Goals Setting Chris Enahoro

As children we were taught that we could do anything we wanted and be anything we wanted to be, if we worked hard enough. So, what has changed?

Tips For Eating Out Lauren Smith

Eating out doesn’t mean that you have to wreak all of your hard training and progress.

Half Marathon Taper Tips Tim Locke

Some little tips to help you manage the days ahead and to ensure you get the most out of your last week before your race.

Keep Moving Forward Lauren Smith

Perseverance is key to achieving goals.

Half Marathon Training Tips Tim Locke

Are you looking to add structure to your training?

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