PERSONAL BEST HALL OF FAME

Dan Toohey Personal Training Hall of Fame

Welcome to the Dan Toohey Personal Training Personal Best Hall of Fame

Personal Best Improvement Challenge Hall of Fame Acknowledgements

At Dan Toohey Personal Training we like to enjoy exercise and not take it too seriously, but at the end of the day we know that your enjoyment and ability to stay motivated will come down to the results you get from your efforts. Every three months all clients will take the challenge of improving their Personal Best scores at a range of activities designed to test their fitness, strength and endurance. The goal is to be always improving. It is also important to acknowledge the efforts of the most dedicated clients and so we have the Dan Toohey Personal Training Hall of Fame which recognises the client with the best result in each exercise of the Personal Best challenge. Congratulations to all those who made it this round, the challenge is now to hold on to your spot in three months time!
 

Exercise Measurement # Date Record holder
Up Downs max in 120 secs 122 14/04/16 Shanyce Kitson
Push Ups   40 14/09/15 Jason Beamish
Crossover Crunches max in 120 secs 275 13/07/16 Susan Jolley
Superman in seconds 225 13/07/16 Susan Jolley
Wall Sit in seconds 420 14/04/16 Taryn Boden
Plank in seconds 343 13/07/16 Susan Jolley
Burpees max in 120 secs 67 18/01/16 Shanyce Kitson

 

Personal Best Improvement Challenge Most Improved

In addition to acknowledging the people who have achieved the best results in the challenge, every time the challenge is repeated, the clients who improve their results by the biggest margin will also be given a place in the hallowed halls of this website. It is vitally important to not only recognise those who have achieved the highest results, but those who are making the biggest strides. There are two categories for improvement. The first is the numerical change from last round. For example, if a client completed 20 pushups in a previous round and then completed 25 the next time, the numerical change would be 5. There is also a percentage change as well, as these are often quite different. For example a person who completed a plank for 60 seconds in a previous round and managed 90 seconds the next time would have a 50% percentage change. The below results are for the most recent testing periods. To see the most improved overall, check further down the page.

**Please note that when pushups are measured, if a client completes them on their knees, the score is recorded in decimal points. For example 20 knee pushups is recorded as 0.20. When a client progresses to pushups on their toes, they will receive whole numbers. This will lead to some wild percentages in the pushup category but I feel this is a fitting reward for those who have put in the work to improve their pushup so drastically.
 

Personal Best Improvement Challenge Most Improved since Last Challenge

Exercise Measurement # Date Record holder
Up Downs max in 120 secs 16 13/07/16 Susan Jolley
Push Ups   14 13/07/16 Susan Jolley
Crossover Crunches max in 120 secs 146 11/07/16 Kirby Green
Superman in seconds 100 13/07/16 Susan Jolley
Wall Sit in seconds 230 13/07/16 Susan Jolley
Plank in seconds 155 13/07/16 Susan Jolley
Burpees max in 120 secs 6 12/07/16 Alan Baker

 

Exercise Measurement # Date Record holder
Up Downs max in 120 secs 44% 12/07/16 Jade Watson
Push Ups   6090% 11/07/16 Kirby Green
Crossover Crunches max in 120 secs 192% 11/07/16 Kirby Green
Superman in seconds 115% 13/07/16 Kathy Tsakiris
Wall Sit in seconds 160% 12/07/16 Jade Watson
Plank in seconds 82% 13/07/16 Susan Jolley
Burpees max in 120 secs 50% 12/07/16 Alan Baker

 

Personal Best Improvement Challenge Most Improved Overall

Note: This is overall improvement since the first challenge attempted and does not recognise spikes in performance over a certain period. This table shows the most steady improvers who have worked hard to increase their numbers over the duration of their training.

Exercise Measurement # Date Record holder
Up Downs max in 120 secs 28 11/07/16 Grant Monks
Push Ups   24.79 12/07/16 Tom Herbert
Crossover Crunches max in 120 secs 165 12/07/16 Tom Herbert
Superman in seconds 85 13/07/16 Susan Jolley
Wall Sit in seconds 238 13/07/16 Susan Jolley
Plank in seconds 155 13/07/16 Susan Jolley
Burpees max in 120 secs 13 12/07/16 Tom Herbert

 

Exercise Measurement # Date Record holder
Up Downs max in 120 secs 80% 11/07/16 Grant Monks
Push Ups   11805% 12/07/16 Tom Herbert
Crossover Crunches max in 120 secs 220% 12/07/16 Tom Herbert
Superman in seconds 129% 11/07/16 Kirby Green
Wall Sit in seconds 331% 13/07/16 Susan Jolley
Plank in seconds 82% 13/07/16 Susan Jolley
Burpees max in 120 secs 87% 12/07/16 Tom Herbert

 

 

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