Health Constitution was founded in 2016 with the goal of being Australia’s go-to Fitness and Wellness website. At Health Constitution, we are passionate about helping people achieve their fitness goals from the comfort of their own homes. We believe that fitness should be accessible to everyone, regardless of location or schedule.
This is why we have a lot of information on how to maintain at-home fitness equipment, what they are good for, as well as commonly asked questions and general wellness and fitness topics.
Our team consists of fitness experts and people who are knowledgeable about personal training, nutrition, sports science, injury management and gym equipment. We are here to elevate your at-home fitness game with our expertise.
Who Are the People Behind Health Constitution?
There are 4 knowledgeable and amazing people who make Health Constitution’s content come to life. They each have different backgrounds and expertise in wellness and fitness topics. They are:
Jessica is a founding member of the Health Constitution website. Based in Melbourne, when she was still a student in 2016, she had the idea to create a website that showcases real and honest fitness equipment reviews. Jessica has tested many equipment over the years and she is now an experienced gym equipment reviewer. Most of the machines we reviewed in Health Constitution are tested and assessed by her, where she gives her honest opinion based on her knowledge and experience.
She also contributes to other health and fitness websites besides Health Constitution. Jessica is an avid fitness enthusiast who picked up personal training a few years back and enjoyed each session with her personal trainer. She is consistently working to solidify her knowledge of fitness. In 2023, she completed a course on Health and Fitness on How to Design a Diet and Exercise program from Universiti Malaya.
Denise is the main contributor to the Health Constitution website. She has degrees in Nutrition and Journalism with extensive writing experience. Denise, who also uses a pseudonym, enjoyed Les Mills and Reformer Pilates but her current favourites are the iFit experience she gets with her new treadmill and the smart home gym because she never needs to leave the house and travel to the studio anymore!
She is well-informed in general health and fitness topics. Denise aims to make the content in Health Constitution easy to read, navigate and understand, which in turn helps educate more fitness enthusiasts to make their workouts more pleasant.
Jack Rosser is an experienced Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist from the United Kingdom. With 6 years of history working across public, private, and sporting sectors of the profession, he has a breadth of experience working with a variety of conditions.
For the last 5 years, Jack has been working in Musculoskeletal and Orthopaedic care. During this time he has spent a lot of time treating people in the clinic and after orthopaedic surgery. This might include knee, hip and shoulder replacements, as well as rehabilitation after arthroscopic surgeries and tendon repairs.
His musculoskeletal & orthopaedic experience includes, but is not limited to: acute soft tissue injuries, pre and post-surgical care, chronic conditions & pain management, sports rehabilitation and injury risk screening, as well as pitch side trauma in football.
Jack currently splits his time between a private clinic at sea where he has the privilege of being able to travel and work all over the globe, and in a top-tier football academy in his hometown on a part-time basis as a pitch-side physiotherapist. As a result, he is able to continuously maintain and update his skills in a wide range of environments.
Lily is a Physical Education teacher in her home country, the Philippines. She has been contributing to Health Constitution’s fitness section since the founding of this website in 2016. These days, she contributes regularly as her daughters are growing up, giving her more personal time.
Having more free time, Lily is able to do the things she enjoys such as writing, cross-fitting and going for evening walks with her husband and their much-loved schnoodle dog, Bello.
How Does Health Constitution Sustain Itself?
Health Constitution sustains itself by earning commissions from qualified purchases of the products we recommend. We join affiliate programs for the products we enjoy using and insert an affiliate link that brings you from Health Constitution to the seller’s website so you can find out more information about the item you are interested in. The commissions we earn do not cost you anything. They come from the marketing budget of the brands we work with.
We strictly adhere to the principle of integrity and transparency so we will never recommend a product that we do not think is qualified to be recommended. Any qualified purchases made will help sustain the team to keep making better content for you. We also do not believe in engaging displayed ads that distract our content from being enjoyed by our readers even though it could be another source of financial means to help grow Health Constitution. Read our affiliate disclosure.
What is Health Constitution’s Evaluation Process?
There are 5 core requirements that a product/brand needs to pass before it makes it to our recommended lists. They are online shopping experience on the seller’s website, delivery and assembly of the equipment, design and specifications of the equipment, personal experience in using the equipment, and quality of customer service by the seller. We have a more detailed explanation of each core on our evaluation process page.