Michelle is Australia’s most influential personal trainer, she is the second most searched individual on Google (2013), was voted #5 on the Mumbrella Most Eligible Industry Players for 2013 list, has 8 bestselling books, thousands of online clients with amazing weight loss results, and a national commentator on weight issues – it’s no wonder she is one of Australia’s most highly regarded health and fitness experts!
Her 8 bestselling books include Crunch Time, Crunch Time Cookbook, Losing The Last Five Kilos, 5 Minutes A Day, Everyday Weight Loss, No Excuses Cookbook, Calorie Counter and Your Best Body, plus an extensive range of e-books!
Michelle’s new book ‘Get Real!’ is a book of inspiring stories and lessons from the Michelle Bridges 12 Week Body Transformation program which is packed with member stories, tips and delicious recipes. Michelle is currently putting her final touches to her 10th book which is set to be released in early 2014.
Michelle’s online 12 Week Body Transformation (12WBT) program has stripped over 700,000 kilos off participants! Even Michelle herself has been blown away by the amazing success of this incredible program and the weight loss transformations.
On top of her television commitments, Michelle is never far from front of mind with regular features in magazines (Women’s Health, Woman’s Day, Cosmopolitan, BBC, Good Food, New Idea) and on radio (2DayFM, Nova, Triple M and WSFM), and is integral to the PR and marketing campaigns for The Biggest Loser. Michelle has shot various high profile covers for magazines too including The Australian Woman’s Weekly, Sunday Life, Woman’s Health and Woman’s Day.
Michelle is an ambassador for The Australian Institute of Fitness, and in 2012 launched her new clothing and workout equipment range with BIG W called ‘OneActive’. Following the launches amazing success, this range is expanding into kitchenware, kid’s clothing and exercise equipment, amongst others.
Michelle is also a big supporter of various charities including the RSPCA, The Heart Foundation, the National Breast Cancer Foundation, and the Black Dog Institute.