14 October 2018
A Muay Thai champion and a campaigner for social change, you could say Richie Hardcore was a bit of a fighter. These days, that energy is channelled towards Richie’s big mission– to help make the world better by supporting people to live their best lives.
Richie has spent time as a community worker in drug and alcohol harm reduction, is a campaigner against domestic and sexual violence, and a sexual consent educator. Richie is passionate about helping to overturn this country’s mental health statistics. He has also an experienced radio host and MC, using his skills to help educate, inspire and challenge.
A personal trainer and fight coach, Richie belief that physical wellness creates a range of positive knock-on effects underpins his work as a personal trainer, helping his clients work towards overall wellness rather than focussing on just weight-loss or fitness. His list of past and present clients includes comedians, musicians, actors and media personalities. Over two decades, he won national and international titles. Now he trains people from all walks of life in Muay Thai and kickboxing, drawing on the disciplines of boxing, other martial arts, and functional training modalities like Cross fit and ZUU. He is passionate about guiding his clients through transformations – both in their fitness and skill and in their approach to life.