Alvin Netto is the founder of Achieve Fitness, and runs an exclusive private personal training studio in Kajang, Selangor. He is one of the most sought after Personal Trainer in Malaysia. His clients love the fact that he inspires them to be an Achiever. As an NASM-certified Personal Trainer and Corrective Exercise Specialist , Alvin has been featured on Malaysian TV, magazines, radio and Live Fitness shows. Alvin is also the First Malaysian Personal Trainer to receive the Personal Trainer Of The Year 2019 award, recognizing him as one of Asia’s elite personal trainer.
The first-ever Malaysian to win the AFC Personal Trainer of the Year Award. The recent success of the talented personal trainer comes as a reward for his dedication to deliver quality training practices, giving back to the community and contribute positively to the growth and development of the industry. The 2019 edition of the Asia Fitness Conference was held in Bangkok between October 10th to 14th, 2019.
Winning the award is not an easy feat as no Malaysian has ever won it. Furthermore, Asia Fitness Conference (AFC) is regarded as the biggest conference in Asia for fitness professionals. To win the award each fitness professionals will be evaluated with International standard and judging panel will announce the winner.
On September 29 2019, Alvin Netto entered into the Malaysia Book of Records for the second consecutive year – this time for performing the Most Number Of Chest-To-Ground Burpees. He managed to do 2,727 burpees within a time frame of 8 hours.
Along the way, he also managed to raise RM 41,867 for needy heart patients from MAA Medicare Charitable Foundation in conjunction with World Heart Day.
Alvin wants to inspire Malaysians to chase their dreams and achieve the impossible. His message is that we can achieve anything we set our mind to. #BeAnAchiever
Alvin Netto, who wanted to raise awareness and funds for a non-profit organisation, Small Changes Malaysia decided to run backwards for 12 hours non stop because running a marathon was “too common”.
Staying true to his cause, Alvin managed to raise RM10,000 to fund 100 of Small Changes beneficiaries for their upcoming project titled “Seeds of Deeds Empowerment Camp 2018” in Pasir Gudang Johor.
Besides that, since he also broke a record through this challenge, Alvin was rewarded with a place in Malaysia’s Book of Records for “Longest Non-Stop Backwards Running”.