Five Fitness by Kelli Rowles

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Set Yourself Free, Transform your Life

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Fitness Freedom

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Get to know me

Are you wondering who this lady is? Who is Kelli Rowles? If you want to read my story head to my About page. Get to know me because when I work with you, I like to get to know you. It’s a personal relationship but I enjoy it that way.

Welcome to our world Poppy P

Welcome to our world Poppy P

Oh Poppy Girl you are 8 weeks old now, you have completely slotted into our family and I feel like I can’t remember a time that you weren’t with us (I’m sure that’s sleep deprivation too). You have probably noticed that I have been rather quiet in this online world lately and I bet you knew where I was but I really wanted to introduce you to our little girl. Poppy Eliza came into the world screaming on Wednesday the 18th of May. On the Tuesday Piddo and I headed to the hospital whilst I was 39.2 weeks pregnant to attempt an induction for a Vbac. The reason we headed in that early and not at 40-41 weeks was that firstly, my mum was here to look after Henry and we only had 2 weeks with her (yes true story, the joys of your parents living on the other side of the country), and secondly I was getting quite anxious about my baby’s size. You might remember when Henry was born he came out at a tiny 5’13 at 41 weeks gestation. I had lost 2kgs the week before I had him. My obstetrician had told me that he was going to be a small baby but I don’t think anyone thought he was going to be that small. He was actually classed at low birth weight and was sent for what I believe was a mid-line ultrasound of his brain to make sure he was all ok. He passed with flying colours but I’m sure you can understand the emotion and stress felt by a first time Mama.... read more
What I’m going to miss…

What I’m going to miss…

At this stage in our lives, Piddo and I are thinking that this baby is going to be our last baby (fingers crossed, touching wood everything runs smoothly). It is a weird thought process to go through because I always thought once I had started having babies I wouldn’t be able to stop until nature said so. I was always apprehensive about starting a family because I thought that when the time came to finish I would be really sad. Funnily enough, I think a family with 2 kiddies will suit us just fine. Of course we never know what our life plan has laid out for us so I might just be eating my words in months or years to come but for right here, right now that’s how we’re feeling. So I wanted to write this post to remind myself of the beautiful things I’m getting to experience right now and the not so missed things I’m also getting to experience right now too. The things I’m going to miss about being pregnant: The kicks and movements. And who wouldn’t miss that? It is amazing. To know you baby to be is in there learning vital skills for when they are birthed into the world is the best part of this whole experience. To think that I won’t get to experience that again after this pregnancy does make me sad but my consolation prize? Henry loves to kick me still and I’m sure this baby will too. Those first few weeks where you and your partner get to have the most beautiful secret together. The sneaking to... read more
Hi I’m Kelli and I change lives

Hi I’m Kelli and I change lives

I was recently listening to a podcast which was talking about why it’s so important to find out what someone does for a living because you will learn their passion. Even if someone says to you, ‘I’m a plumber but I really love my side project which is renovating.’ They are expressing their passion to you and straight away you have just learnt so much about them that a standard conversation probably never would’ve covered. I found this very interesting because we are talking about asking people how they feel about what they do instead of ‘so what do you do for a living?’ When asked what I do for a living I literally say to people ‘fitness.’ That’s it. That’s what I tell you when you ask me what I do for a living. I’m actually a little bit embarrassed right now when I think about this because seriously Kel, what the hell does that mean? What does that even say about YOU? That you’re bored with your work situation and you simplify it down to a simple ‘fitness’? Do you even instruct the fitness Kel? Or do you just turn up? I know, seriously embarrassing stuff RIGHT here. Before I go on, I’m going to tell you a little bit about why I say this. I started out in the fitness industry 11 years ago. Yes, 11 years ago and no I didn’t start going to the gym 11 years ago (read the fine print guys when people say they have been ‘in the industry’), I started working as a gym instructor, an aerobics instructor AND a... read more

About Me

I am a food, wellness and fitness coach and have been for nearly a decade. I can't wait to work with you to get you living your best life. Live with complete freedom. I have walked this path and I can't wait for you to join me.
I’ve had a genuinely relaxing and informative morning. Learning more about myself through the health assessment is something I’m honestly taking home with me to work on. Along with a meditation and light workout session to rid my weekly stress away. The food experience has topped it off nicely I’m wobbling out of the door with a full belly and excited to cook and eat clean for once. Hats off to ya Kel, best way to spend a beautiful Sunday morning! Rosie