About Kris Tynan

Kris Tynan1Kris has over 30 years experience in the fitness industry in both the UK and NZ. Initially she trained at Otago University (Dip PE) and has gained further training through ACSM, FAI (Functional Aging institute) among others.
She has presented at Filex (Australia) IHRSA (US), Business Grow and Fitex (NZ) and UK ACTIVE (UK). Kris has consulted and run in-house workshops and seminars to a variety of organisations including YMCA (Auckland and Christchurch), Active Canterbury Network, Manukau Leisure Services, Anytime Fitness Australia, CLM, Lifestyle Health and Fitness, Otago Poly and Southern Institute of Technology. She has also been involved in steering groups for various projects including accreditation of Green Prescription, Guidelines for Children in Exercise Facilities, and more recently, the NZQA TROQ review for the Fitness sector. Kris has been involved in the PT Council and completed project work for REPs notably in the area of compiling resources for trainers and facilities. She is the author of “The Interactive Instructor” book published in 2010, and has developed a home exercise programme called The Super Senior Programme. She is also a member of the judging panel for the NZ Exercise Awards. Kris’s experience and knowledge of the industry both here and abroad gives her a good perspective to contribute to the continued forward growth of REPs, of which she is now a board member, as the exercise professionals elected representative.

In 2012 she was awarded the Fitness NZ Award for Outstanding Contribution to the industry.

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