Valentino Stewart


Valentino Stewart is the Director of Iron Up Sports NZ. His passion for sports and fitness and living a healthy lifestyle, made him want to give back to the youth and give them an opportunity to live their sporting dreams.

Valentino studied at ACSF (Australian College of Sport and Fitness), after graduating Valentino and co-founder Henry Godinet opened Iron Up Fitness, helping adults achieve their fitness goals. Henry Godinet wanted to get specialized training for his son to increase speed and learn change of direction mechanics, but there was no place like it for that age group. From there Henry trained up and upskilled and started training his son. People started noticing the results and IRON UP SPORTS was formed.

Valentino is an accredited athletic trainer. Trained by the best in the industry and qualified by the best institutes. His goal is to bring nothing but the best for every client.

  • Trained by Roger Fabri (Speed and Agility academy)
  • ACSF (Australian College of Sport and Fitness) Level 3&4
  • EXOS (Exos performance Specialist Certification)

Outside the afternoon sessions, Valentino also does many privates one on ones and group sessions. His coaching style and the energy he brings to every session has many athletes booking more private sessions. His style of coaching will ensure your athlete improves and dominates in style.

Costs to book Valentino

One on One: session with Valentino is $90 for an hour.

Group Sessions: Vary in cost depending on the size of the group, it ranges between $10 - $25 per person a session

Mike Munday

Head Coach

Michael (Mike) Lee Munday. Grew up playing league made counties rep U/16 $ U/18 warriors development side 2002-2004 manly development squad 2004. Been playing league in Australia for the last 12 years. My coaching philosophy is that "if you don't have a goal what is your purpose in training?" We must always strive to be great never settle for anything less than GREATNESS. My goal is to make iron up sport the most successful youth development programme in New Zealand.