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MAFS' Cody announces surprising career move ahead of new season

The TV groom has big plans for 2023.

Married At First Sight 2022 groom Cody Bromley has announced an exciting new career move on social media, just a few weeks before the new season of the reality TV show is set to premiere.

The 31-year-old swim coach and personal trainer has launched a new website Cody’s Coaching where he plans to help people “embark on a successful well-being journey” and “create the equilibrium we all need in our lives”.

MAFS' Cody Bromley has launched an exciting new career venture. Photo: Channel Nine
MAFS' Cody Bromley has launched an exciting new career venture. Photo: Channel Nine

A membership to the website currently costs just $5 a month and includes access to experienced trainers and experts in nutrition who provide recipes, training programs and educational videos.

“Everyone’s perspective on what healthy living is ever-changing, and it’s not always you’ll have fitness as your number one priority,” he tells Yahoo Lifestyle. “Sometimes you will and sometimes not at all.

“I have always projected onto my clients that they can continue to pursue all their interests and passions without compromising fitness goals.”

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Cody explains that his website is “centred on balancing a healthy lifestyle” and is customised to make that possible for each individual.

“The fitness industry has become so opinionated and full of illusions,” he continues. “I have taken a refreshing, down-to-earth approach with a focus on making things relatable, sensible, and achievable for the average person.

“Cody’s Coaching is a members-only platform, where those who join us have access to an always-expanding source of fitness experts, training programs, nutritional advice, and informative articles. And, it’s also filled to the brim with educational videos on each of these topics.

“The educational videos are the key asset here, as they are a source of insight which help guide members into making long-lasting choices to partner with both their fitness and lifestyle goals.”

MAFS' Cody training.
‘I have taken a refreshing, down-to-earth approach with a focus on making things relatable, sensible, and achievable for the average person.’ Photo: Supplied

Speaking about his future plans with the business, Cody says he’s excited for the platform to grow alongside his subscribers.

“Over the next year we are intending to recruit more experts, initiate seminars, address confronting fitness topics, and much more,” he teases. “There’s so much to say, and I can’t wait!”

You can learn more about Cody’s Coaching here and check out the official Instagram page here.

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