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Level II in First Aid
Remote Wilderness First Aid
Certificate in Boxing Instruction
Level II Boxing Coach
Victoria Police Accredited to work with children Licence
Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
Certificate III and IV in Fitness - Instructor
Certificate IV in Fitness - Personal Training
Advanced Diploma in Fitness
Pre & Post Natal Exercises
O'Malley Fitness is managed by Michael O'Malley in a purpose built Health & Fitness Studio. Mick has worked for the Geelong Football Club and has run fitness programs for the Western Bulldogs, Hawthorn Football club in the AFL and trained numerous AFL and professional athlete's. Mick has also run many training sessions for GFL clubs and was also the head Fitness Coach at St Joseph's Football Club in the GFL making 2 grand finals in 3 years. He employs three other personal trainers - Nigel Winters, Victoria Herring and Alex Krajnc. All trainers are motivated, focused and dedicated to keeping their clients fit and healthy.
Mick worked for the Geelong Football Club from 2006-2009 with club winning premierships in 2007 & 2009, but loves working with the general public. He deals in a variety of areas such as general fitness, weight loss, rehabilitation, and sport specific programs for a variety of ages from teenagers and the elderly.
Mick also runs trek across Kokoda having completed 57 treks as of November 2018 (see Australian Kokoda Tours for more info).
Mick runs fitness and boxing specific workshops, teaching up & coming personal trainers and boxing enthusiasts with the same dedication and focus as a distinguished athlete, Mick is helping others achieve their goals.
Micks Boxing Record
Mick was the first Australian in 24 years to win a Commonwealth title on foreign soil as well as the first Australian ever to win two national titles in the same year.
Victorian Lightweight Boxing Champion
Australian Lightweight Boxing Champion
Victorian Featherweight Boxing Champion
Australian Featherweight Boxing Champion
Australian Superweight Boxing Champion
Commonwealth Super Featherweight Boxing Champion
Mick O’Malley is a former Victorian, Australian and Commonwealth boxing champion.
A late starter to the sport at 19, O’Malley turned professional at 23 after a decorated amateur career that included state and national titles.
Mick finished his career with 15 wins, 3 losses and 1 draw from 19 fights. His impressive record is staggering when you take into account he broke his left hand twice and his right hand nine times, had over three hundred stitches, four broken noses, three broken fingers, two broken ribs and countless operations.
Mick was able to overcome all this on his way to a world ranking of number three. He was the first Australian in 24 years to win a Commonwealth title on foreign soil as well as the first Australian ever to win two national titles in the same year.
With the same dedication, focus and enthusiasm he displayed as a distinguished eight year professional, Mick is helping others achieve their goals.
Mick has worked with Victoria Police, AFL Umpires, AFL Football clubs, VFL Football Clubs to name a few. He also takes fitness camps and classes for the business corporate and general public alike in the fitness industry. Dealing in a variety of areas such as general fitness, weight loss, rehabilitation, sport specific programs and pre & post natal to name a few.
PROFESIONAL BOXING RECORD
19 Fights - 15 Wins - 1 Draw - 3 Losses
1996 Australian National Boxing Federation “Rookie of the year”
1997 Australian National Boxing Federation Runner up “Fighter of the year”
1998 Australian National Boxing Federation “Punch of the year”
1998 Australian National Boxing Federation “Fighter of the year”
1999 Australian National Boxing Federation “Fighter of the year”
2000 Australian National Boxing Federation “Fight of the year”
2001 Australian National Boxing Federation “Most adaptable fighter”
2002 Australian National Boxing Federation “Most skilled fighter”
2003 Australian National Boxing Federation “Most exciting fighter”
Victoria: #1 (Champion)
Australia: #1 (Champion)
Pan Pacific: #1 (Champion)
Commonwealth: #1 (Champion)