Who is Ingrid?

Ingrid Barclay is the proud creator and director of Body Conquest Personal Training and is a highly accredited strength coach, personal trainer and fitness consultant who has been helping clients with physical change for more than 20 years. With a lifetime passion for the sports and fitness industry Ingrid has strived to share her wealth of experience and knowledge with her clients and creating them better, healthier more active and more rewarding lifestyles. With a professional work ethic and friendly attitude, Ingrid believes not only in the importance of hard work in order to reach goals but the need to do so in a positive and relaxed environment.

Professional Qualifications

  • Post Graduate Diploma Secondary Teaching
  • Bachelor of Applied Science Human Movement
  • Bachelor of Applied Science Information Systems
  • INBA Certificate Bodybuilding and Contest Preparation
  • Certificate IV Workplace Assessment
  • St John’s First Aid level 2
  • AustSwim Swimming Instructor
  • St John’s Sports Trainer Level 1
  • Recomposer Specialist Coach
  • Metabolic Precision Coach
  • ISSN Nutritionist


Ingrid has displayed an array of high performance skills in a variety of fields within the fitness area, most notably in the areas of strength conditioning, dietary development, performance development and as a highly qualified provider of the Metabolic Precision Program. More recently Ingrid has also become a highly prestigious Recomp Specialist Coach and therefore uses the Recomposer software to produce outstanding transformations using the worlds best transformation software. As a seasoned competitor, coach and judge, she provides an immense knowledge base and in-numerous experiences to her competitive clients, which has enabled her to deliver consistent positive results for increased fitness and physical form.


It takes a lot to tear Ingrid away from her Body Conquest Studio given her commitment to her clients, but when she manages to sneak some hours, she can often be found at the beaches or parks around Geelong and the Bellarine with her two dogs Mac and Rollo. Holidays and weekends are never far from the scene either and unsurprisingly often coincide with state and national competitions where her involvement is always a mix of business and pleasure.When winter rolls round there’s always a chance you’ll find her on the slopes, watching the Demons at the MCG or curled up for that rare away from gym time watching anything true crime or a great documentary.

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