Sean Trevena is a personal fitness trainer in Hong Kong and the manager of Raw Personal Training. He has worked as a personal trainer for over 25 years having worked in Australia, the United Kingdom, Malaysia, Kuwait and Hong Kong. He has over two decades of practical experience with personal training, body transformations, injury rehabilitation, strength training, energy system conditioning, sports-specific training, mobility and flexibility as well as nutritional planning.
His open-minded and empathetic approach while working with a diverse grouping of clients has enabled Sean to fine-tune the skills required to assess a client’s emotional triggers in order to design the best training approach for his client. He has considerable experience in elite athlete management as well as helping clients with different injury profiles and diverse goals, ranging from Olympic athletes, senior management, writers and the physically disabled.
Sean was born in New Zealand and was actively involved in sports his whole life playing rugby all through his academic career until he found martial arts which have since been a lifelong passion of his. He currently trains in Brazilian Jujitsu holding the rank of purple belt and still enjoys the challenge of competition. He has travelled all over the world investing in furthering his knowledge and education to always be at the very top of his profession.
Sean Trevena moved to Hong Kong in 2017 where he has worked for the most prestigious personal training studios. Sean sets an example with his by being one of the most experienced and qualified personal trainers that Hong Kong and Asia have to offer. His approach is based on real-world experience coupled with scientifically proven methods that help his clients to achieve optional health and wellness while getting the desired results.
Here are the professional achievements and accolades earned by Sean throughout his health and fitness career.
Career as a Personal Trainer
Over 25 years of international experience working as a personal trainer and strength and conditioning coach.
Over 30 years of self-training
Career as a Strength and Conditioning Coach
Consultant (January 2009- October 2012) UKSport
Sean was the UK Strength and Conditioning assistant to Dr Christian Cook (Technical lead – Training Sciences) for UKSport, which leads all the Olympic sports programs for the UK.
Consultant (May 2010 – October 2012) Bath University Judo Club
Consultant (October 2008 – October 2010) British Bobskeleton – via UKSport
Sean culminated in Amy Williams achieving a gold medal at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics. I worked with Danny Holdcroft who is now the Head Starts Coach for British Bobskeleton.
Consultant (January 2009 to May 2010) Matt Stevens, UK
Sean was the strength and conditioning consultant to Matt Stevens, an England international rugby player and Brazilian jiu-jitsu champion. While training with me, the client progressed in Brazilian jiu-jitsu from complete novice to a European champion within 1 year and later returned to professional rugby and was selected for the Lions Team 2013.
Strength and Conditioning Coach (March 2008 to September 2012) Salvatore Pace 3rd Degree Black Belt Jiujitsu, Gracie Barra
Sean was Salvo’s primary strength and conditioning coach. Salvo is a World Cup Champion (2006, Blue), Grapplers Quest Champion (2010), 2 British Open Champion (2005 Blue weight and absolute) NAGA European Champion (2010 Masters Gi and 2014 NoGi)