Joy McClymont - Inaugural Champion

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Managing Director – online fitness and wellbeing program (Off The Track Training)

Joy lives with her husband and four young children on a sheep and cattle station located 100km west of Longreach, Queensland.

Joy has lived and worked in rural and regional areas for over 30 years, where she has gained extensive experience as an educator, grazier, fitness trainer and competitor.

Exposure to the limitations of living in remote locations inspired Joy to develop an online health, fitness and holistic wellbeing platform for other people living in isolated parts of Australia.

Joy’s motivation is focused towards improving the health and wellbeing of individuals, regardless of where they live, what their work role is or how much time and equipment they have available.

Digital technologies have enabled Joy to deliver services to people without access to traditional face-to-face programs via dedicated online channels, including:

  • website

  • blogs

  • automation emails

  • teleseminars

  • webinars

  • social media (Facebook, Instagram and Twitter)

Joy delivers programs with a focus on education, motivation and connection, with a strong emphasis on enabling people living in remote, rural and regional areas to access quality advice to improve their physical and mental wellbeing.

Joy is motivated to effectively educate and share her experiences with people living in isolated situations where the capacity to engage digitally is limited. In partnership with the Rapid Area Planning and Development Board (RAPAD) she plans to deliver digital awareness and engagement workshops via online GoToMeetings.

Managing Director – online fitness and wellbeing program (Off The Track Training)

Joy lives with her husband and four young children on a sheep and cattle station located 100km west of Longreach, Queensland.

Joy has lived and worked in rural and regional areas for over 30 years, where she has gained extensive experience as an educator, grazier, fitness trainer and competitor.

Exposure to the limitations of living in remote locations inspired Joy to develop an online health, fitness and holistic wellbeing platform for other people living in isolated parts of Australia.

Joy’s motivation is focused towards improving the health and wellbeing of individuals, regardless of where they live, what their work role is or how much time and equipment they have available.

Digital technologies have enabled Joy to deliver services to people without access to traditional face-to-face programs via dedicated online channels, including:

  • website

  • blogs

  • automation emails

  • teleseminars

  • webinars

  • social media (Facebook, Instagram and Twitter)

Joy delivers programs with a focus on education, motivation and connection, with a strong emphasis on enabling people living in remote, rural and regional areas to access quality advice to improve their physical and mental wellbeing.

Joy is motivated to effectively educate and share her experiences with people living in isolated situations where the capacity to engage digitally is limited. In partnership with the Rapid Area Planning and Development Board (RAPAD) she plans to deliver digital awareness and engagement workshops via online GoToMeetings.