Lee Parore has worked with, and led to success, many of this country’s elite athletes including Sean Fitzpatrick, Jonah Lomu, Zinzan Brooke and David Tua. He has also been the team trainer for the Auckland Blues (under coach Graham Henry), been involved with the America’s Cup and other world yachting events and has even designed a private gym for the Sultan of Brunei.
Lee is one of New-Zealand’s leading personal trainers and wellness consultants. As well as a variety of keynote speeches, Lee can also offer corporate sessions.
Lee’s Newest keynote “The Chance of Destiny! The Choice of Reality!” shows you and your team step by step how to condition yourself from the inside out, with the mind set of a champion! Understand the deep adjustments from the head, heart and belly, the three primal portals that transform how you think, feel and take action in your life – learn how to make the inner shifts that bring the clarity to align your habits towards your goals. Lee will demonstrate how it’s your presence, your resonance and your intelligence that shapes your fate and fortune. Discover how to eat, exercise right and with recovery strategies build a strong, healthy body – design a holistic plan to live within a framework that integrates work, family and friends!
Lee’s keynote is an action call for health, vitality and success! Learn to shoot the gun and ride the bullet – It’s about choice and consequence.
Lee is the author of 7 books – including ‘Corporate Edge’, ‘Power Posture’, ‘Competitive Edge’, ‘Fearless Spirit/Joyous Heart’ and his latest a series called ‘Stop killing your kids & yourself’ – food is your best medicine!
Lee’s sessions are fun, practical, highly informative and interactive!
An inspirational and enlightening speaker, Lee is respected for both his keynote and internal seminar speeches. He regularly shares insights on a variety of health topics with a focus on restoring optimal health for peak performance.
“Lee, great stuff thank you. The team loved the presentation and the feedback was awesome in terms of what you covered.”
Carl George General Manager Mainfreight Group, New Zealand.