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TO KNOW ABOUT "TEAM 98"

Team 98 consists of trainers from a range of backgrounds; from former elite athletes to members of the defence force. Together we represent over 50 years’ combined expertise. We deliver real results for any objective. We are committed to providing an experience and education for our athletes. We preach training, eating and living with the desired goal in mind, and we provide the tools needed to reach that goal.

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Arthur Gioulekas
Manager / Coach
Arthur Gioulekas
Manager / Coach

Qualifications: 

  • Bachelor of Science, majoring in Anatomy and Physiology. 

During his studies, Arthur steered his passion and knowledge for training into the world of strength and conditioning. He educated and coached younger athletes and students, both in the gym and on the sporting field, with a personalised approach.

Arthur added to his qualifications by beginning his Physiotherapy degree to which he will complete this year. Whilst studying, Arthur worked at a gym in Albury as a head coach and manager, focusing on developing the boxing and conditioning classes.

As the oldest of four very active children, it’s fair to say a competitive edge was engrained in him from a young age. He strives to produce a standard that he hopes others can aim for, and is always willing to lend a hand in order for others to ascend with him along the way.

Arthur is looking forward to making 98 Melbourne his new playground. His passion and love for training and coaching is displayed every day, and he can’t wait to challenge you.

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Jarron Lulitanond
Coach
Jarron Lulitanond
Coach

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of business, Majoring in Finance
  • Certificate 3 & 4 In Fitness
  • Coaching since 2015

Jarron grew up Hobart before moving to Bangkok, but was always involved in team sports, understanding the value they added to both his social connections and satiating his competitive nature.

Jarron was raised to be physically active for pleasure but also to be ready to perform when sport demanded it. Jarron’s remarkable athletic ability was developed throughout his junior football career, at 15 receiving a scholarship to the Tasmanian Institute of Sport. A year later he was scouted and requested to trial for the state squad for AFL. While enjoying his on field practice, Jarron found a passion in his off field training in the gym.

Jarron has coached both across Australia & in Thailand for seven years, gaining broad experience of the varied demands of coaching. Despite his lengthly athletic career Jarron is one of the few in his field who has not had to adjust his training for injury. He attributes this to his coaching methodology of emphasis on technique, intricate understanding of loading and prioritising warm ups and accessory work.

Jarron’s drive to continue to achieve more and never be complacent is what 98 endeavours to foster within all members and clients; Jarron is leading from the front.

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Jessica Lay
Coach
Jessica Lay
Coach
Qualifications
  • Bachelor of Communications, majoring in Public Relations
  • Master Trainer Level 1 / Cert 3 + 4
Jess grew up in Melbourne and was heavily into dancing and performing as a kid. Having spent her early teenage years Hip Hop dancing and facilitating workshops for a non-for-profit organization which used dance to promote positive behaviour change for youth in Melbourne.

Jess has always known that she wanted to help and inspire others to become the best version of themselves. Since stepping foot into a gym 10 years ago, training has been a huge part of her life and who she is, giving her the confidence to succeed in other areas of life. Recently quitting her comfortable corporate job to pursue a career in fitness with the goal of helping others in ways that transcend beyond physical results; believing if you can get stronger and fitter in the gym, that will translate into the real world and will reflect in everything you do.

Jess’ training philosophy is quite simple, find something you love doing, focus on mastering the basics, get out of your comfort zone often and train to feel strong and aesthetics are just a by-product of that.

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