Australasia’s leading fitness convention, the FILEX Convention, earlier announced it will be presenting for the first time ever in the event’s history, three keynote speakers at the 2020 event. To close out the annual event, charismatic New Zealander Lisa O’Neill has been confirmed as the third and final keynote rounding out a stellar line up that also includes Paralympian Kurt Fearnley and fitness industry heavyweight Emma Barry.
“Lisa has over 10 years' experience as a keynote presenter and has the rare ability to deliver powerful messages through humour. As a sought-after speaker across Australia and New Zealand we have no doubt she will absolutely electrify our passionate and energised delegates so they leave FILEX 2020 ready to take on the world!” says a FILEX Convention spokesperson.
Lisa has earned her stripes in the fitness industry working as an aerobics instructor. “The combination of fluoro-coloured Lycra, loud music and a desire to be impressive on stage really did it for me. It was actually my first taste into motivational speaking.” Lisa will be diving deep into the topic of Energy, Excellence and Enthusiasm.
Organisers have announced there are just a handful of early bird tickets left and that prices are set to increase to Saver rate on 18 January if not sold out prior. Delegates are advised to secure their tickets as soon as possible to save on their registration and sign up as a group of 3 or more to save even more! The FILEX payment plan has been a hugely popular choice this year allowing delegates to pay off their registration in manageable instalments without any additional fees.
The three-day event, powered by Fitness Australia, offers 12 CECs and begins on Friday 1st and runs through until Sunday 3rd May and is co-located with the Fitness Show B2B. The event is preceded by pre-convention summits on Thursday 30 April with delegates having the option to choose from either the Business Summit or The Ultimate Trainer Summit. The trainer summit attracts an additional 5 CECs for 2020 which is an increase from the previous year.