One of Australia’s toughest personal trainers, Lee Campbell has joined the team at Lake Crackenback Resort & Spa as a new ambassador working alongside the resort’s conferencing team to develop a new range of corporate team building activities.
Lake Crackenback Resort & Spa General Manager Anthony Cleary said conference delegates already utilize a variety of outdoor activities like mountain bike riding, trail running and bush walking in their conference schedules and that Lee’s involvement will take the team building options at the resort to a new level.
“The beautiful countryside around Lake Crackenback Resort & Spa coupled with the ruggedness of the Kosciusko National Park lends itself to outdoor activities for conferences and meeting delegates,” said Mr Cleary.
“Lee has developed a number of successful health and wellbeing programs for literally thousands of corporates and will be developing not only activities for conference and corporate incentive groups at Lake Crackenback Resort & Spa but will be creating a series of group getaway health and fitness programs.”
Lee Campbell is a former soldier and physical training instructor in the Australian Army (3rd Battalion – para trooper). He’s also been the ambassador for Tough Mudder Australia and thrives on helping people prepare for mud, adventure and obstacle based events.
He is the latest appointment to Lake Crackenback Resort & Spa’s stable of athletic ambassadors which also includes champion triathletes Ben Allen, Jacqui Slack and Erin Densham, biathlete Alex Almoukov, champion mountain bike riders Caroline Buchanan and Andy Blair, trail runner Brendan Davies, race walker Jared Tallent, Paralympian and champion skier/cyclist/trekker and triathlete Michael Milton and fishing identity Steve Starling.