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Move Better, Become Stronger and Optimize your Performance

Explore Riley’s ground up approach to training with emphasis on four fundamental pillars

Move Better, Become Stronger and Optimize your Performance

Explore Riley’s ground up approach to training with emphasis on four fundamental pillars

Move Better, Become Stronger and Optimize your Performance

Explore Riley’s ground up approach to training with emphasis on four fundamental pillars

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Who am I

I am a personal trainer focusing on the optimization of health and performance. My exercise framework is built around Four Pillars: Strength, Stability, Aerobic efficiency and Anerobic peak with the aim of improving you both structurally and metabolically. I have qualifications in both Certificate III and IV in Fitness as well as a constant desire to stay on top of the latest in scientific literature. My sessions are therefore purposefully curated with your goals in mind always endeavouring to achieve them to the highest degree of efficacy.

Who am I

I am a personal trainer focusing on the optimization of health and performance. My exercise framework is built around Four Pillars: Strength, Stability, Aerobic efficiency and Anerobic peak with the aim of improving you both structurally and metabolically. I have qualifications in both Certificate III and IV in Fitness as well as a constant desire to stay on top of the latest in scientific literature. My sessions are therefore purposefully curated with your goals in mind always endeavouring to achieve them to the highest degree of efficacy.

The 4 Pillars

Strength

Your structural capacity to withstand the load applied to you.

Stability

The ability to effectively transfer force to and from your surrounding environment.

Aerobic Efficiency

Your maximum power output producible whilst generating but not accumulating lactate (generally ≥ 60 minutes in duration).

Anaerobic Peak

Your maximum power output over a 3-5 minute period. An all out effort.

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Services Agreement

Riley Braidwood
trading as “RILEY BRAIDWOOD PERSONAL TRAINING”
(ABN 88 367 086 598)

1. Definitions and interpretation

Recitals

  • The Recipient has agreed to engage the Provider to provide the Services to the Recipient, and the Provider has agreed to provide the Services to the Recipient on the terms of this agreement.

  • This agreement is intended to be legally binding and the parties agree to give effect to the arrangements contemplated by it.

Operative provisions

1. Definitions and interpretation

Definitions

1.1 The following definitions apply in this agreement unless the context requires otherwise:

  • Authorised Third Party Disclosee means any Representative of a Disclosee to whom that Disclosee discloses Confidential Information in accordance with clause 7.

  • Business Day means a day (other than a Saturday, Sunday or public holiday) when banks in Adelaide, South Australia are open for business.

  • Charges means Fees and Expenses.

  • Claim means any claim, complaint, demand, proceeding, suit, litigation, action, cause of action or other legal recourse (whether in contract, tort, under statute or otherwise).

  • Confidential Information means all information relating to a party, any customer, clients, suppliers, distributors or joint venture partners, of the party and/or any of the business or financial affairs of any of them, including:

    • any information that is specifically designated by any of them as confidential;

    • any information which, by its nature, may reasonably be regarded as confidential;

    • any information relating to any:

      • agreements, arrangements or terms of trade with any existing or prospective customers, clients, suppliers, distributors or joint venture partners or other contractual counterparties;

      • customers, clients, suppliers, distributors, joint venture partners, employees, technologies, products, services, proposals, market opportunities, business or product development plans, pricing, financial position or performance, capabilities, capacities, operations or processes; or

      • Intellectual Property Rights,

of any of them; and

  • any note, calculation, conclusion, summary or other material derived or produced partly or wholly from any such information.

  • Copyright Act means the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth).

  • Corporations Act means the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth).

  • Default Rate

  • Disclosee means, in respect of any particular Confidential Information, any party that has received that Confidential Information (whether directly or indirectly) from another party.

  • Discloser means, in respect of any particular Confidential Information, any party that has disclosed or discloses that Confidential Information (whether directly or indirectly) to another party.

  • Event of Default means any of the following on the part of the Recipient:

    • committing any material or persistent breach of this agreement;

    • repudiating or, or, in the reasonable opinion of the Provider, evincing an intention to repudiate, this agreement;

    • misleading the Provider in any material way; and/or

    • an Insolvency Event occurring in respect of the Recipient.

  • Expenses mean the expenses of the Provider for which the Provider is entitled to be reimbursed by the Recipient pursuant to clause 6.

  • Fees has the meaning given in clause 1.

  • Governmental Agency means any government or governmental, semi-governmental, administrative, fiscal or judicial body, department, commission, authority, tribunal, agency or entity whether foreign, federal, state, territorial or local.

  • GST has the same meaning given to that expression in the GST Law.

  • GST Act means A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax) Act 1999 (Cth), as in force from time to time.

  • GST Law has the same meaning given to that expression in the GST Act.

  • Insolvency Event means, in respect of a party:

    • where the party is an individual, that party commits an act of bankruptcy or is declared bankrupt or insolvent or that party’s estate otherwise becomes liable to be dealt with under any law relating to bankruptcy or insolvency;

    • where the party is a company, a resolution is passed or court order made for the winding up of that party or an administrator is appointed to that party pursuant to any relevant law;

    • a receiver or manager or receiver and manager is appointed to the assets or undertaking of the party or any part thereof; or

    • the party is otherwise unable to pay its debts as and when they fall due.

  • In-Scope Work

  • Input Tax Credit has the meaning given in the GST Law.

  • Intellectual Property Rights means patents, rights to inventions, copyright and related rights, moral rights, trademarks and service marks, trade names and domain names, rights in get-up, rights to goodwill or to sue for passing off or unfair competition, rights in designs, rights in computer software, database rights, rights in confidential information (including know-how, trade secrets and marketing secrets) and any other intellectual property rights, in each case whether registered or unregistered and including all applications (or rights to apply) for, and renewals or extensions of, such rights and all similar or equivalent rights or forms of protection which subsist or will subsist now or in the future in any part of the world.

Losses means any loss, damage, debt, cost, charge, expense, fine, outgoing, penalty, diminution in value, deficiency or other liability of any kind or character (including legal and other professional fees and expenses on a full indemnity basis) that a party pays, suffers or incurs or is liable for, including all:

  • liabilities on account of Tax;

  • interest and other amounts payable to third parties;

  • legal and other professional fees and expenses (on a full indemnity basis) and other costs incurred in connection with investigating, defending or settling any Claim, whether or not resulting in any liability; and

  • all amounts paid in settlement of any Claim.

  • Moral Rights has the same meaning as that term has in Part IX of the Copyright Act.

  • Non-Solicitation Period means each period of time specified in Schedule 3.

  • Out-of-Scope Rate

  • Out-of-Scope Work

Personal Information has the meaning given in the Privacy Act.

  • Privacy Act means the Privacy Act 1998 (Cth).

  • Relevant IP means all Intellectual Property Rights that the Provider makes, develops or conceives (whether alone or in conjunction with someone else, and whether during or outside normal working hours) in the course of, or arising out of, the provision of the Services and/or Provider’s engagement with the Recipient, including any Intellectual Property Rights so made, developed or conceived:

    • using the premises, resources or facilities of the Recipient or any of its customers, clients or suppliers;

    • in the course of, as a consequence of, or in relation to, the provision of the Services by the Provider and/or the performance (whether proper or improper) of the Provider’s duties and responsibilities to the Recipient under this agreement or otherwise;

    • as a direct or indirect result of any person’s access to any Confidential Information or Intellectual Property Rights of the Recipient or any of its customers, clients or suppliers; or

    • in respect of any of the products or services of the Recipient or any of its customers, clients or suppliers, or any alterations, additions or methods of making, using, marketing, selling or providing such products or services.

  • Representatives means, in respect of a person, the employees, officers, consultants, agents and professional advisers of that person.

  • Services means the services that the Provider has agreed to provide to the Recipient under the terms of this agreement, as more particularly described in Schedule 1.

  • Stamp Duty means any stamp, transaction or registration duty or similar charge imposed by any Governmental Agency and includes any interest, fine, penalty, charge or other amount in respect of the above, but excludes any GST.

Start Date

  • Tax Acts means the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936 (Cth) and the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997 (Cth).

  • Tax or Taxation means:

    • any tax, levy, impost, deduction, charge, rate, compulsory loan, withholding or duty by whatever name called, levied, imposed or assessed under the Tax Acts or any other statute, ordinance or law by any Governmental Agency (including profits tax, property tax, interest tax, income tax, tax related to capital gains, tax related to the franking of dividends, bank account debits tax, fringe benefits tax, sales tax, payroll tax, superannuation guarantee charge, group or Pay as You Go withholding tax and land tax);

    • unless the context otherwise requires, Stamp Duty and GST; and

    • any interest, penalty, charge, fine or fee or other amount of any kind assessed, charged or imposed on or in respect of the above.

  • Works means all programs and programming and literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works within the meaning of the Copyright Act.

Interpretation

1.2 The following rules of interpretation apply in this agreement unless the context requires otherwise:

(a) headings in this agreement are for convenience only and do not affect its interpretation or construction;

(b) no rule of construction applies to the disadvantage of a party because this agreement is prepared by (or on behalf of) that party;

(c) where any word or phrase is defined, any other part of speech or other grammatical form of that word or phrase has a cognate meaning;

(d) a reference to a document (including this agreement) is a reference to that document (including any schedules and annexures) as amended, consolidated, supplemented, novated or replaced;

(e) references to recitals, clauses, subclauses, paragraphs, annexures or schedules are references to recitals, clauses, subclauses, paragraphs, annexures and schedules of or to this agreement;

(f) in each schedule to this agreement, a reference to a paragraph is a reference to a paragraph in that schedule;

(g) a reference to any statute, proclamation, rule, code, regulation or ordinance includes any amendment, consolidation, modification, re-enactment or reprint of it or any statute, proclamation, rule, code, regulation or ordinance replacing it;

(h) an expression importing a natural person includes any individual, corporation or other body corporate, partnership, trust or association and any Governmental Agency and that person’s personal representatives, successors, permitted assigns, substitutes, executors and administrators;

(i) a reference to writing includes any communication sent by post, facsimile or email;

(j) a reference to time refers to time in Adelaide, South Australia and time is of the essence;

(k) all monetary amounts are in Australian currency;

(l) a reference to a “liability” includes a present, prospective, future or contingent liability;

(m) the word “month” means calendar month and the word “year” means 12 calendar months;

(n) the meaning of general words is not limited by specific examples introduced by “include”, “includes”, “including”, “for example”, “in particular”, “such as” or similar expressions;

(o) a reference to a “party” is a reference to a party to this agreement and a reference to a “third party” is a reference to a person that is not a party to this agreement;

(p) a reference to any thing is a reference to the whole and each part of it;

(q) a reference to a group of persons is a reference to all of them collectively and to each of them individually;

(r) words in the singular include the plural and vice versa; and

(s) a reference to one gender includes a reference to the other genders.

2. Engagement as Provider

1.1 The Recipient hereby engages the Provider on a non-exclusive basis to provide the Services to the Recipient, and the Provider hereby accepts that engagement and agrees to provide the Services to the Recipient, in accordance with the terms of this agreement and waiver in Schedule 4.

Commencement and duration

1.2 The Provider’s engagement with the Recipient will:

(a) commence on the Start Date; and

(b) continue indefinitely unless and until it is terminated in accordance with clause 11.

Nature of relationship

1.3 The Provider is an independent contractor of the Recipient and nothing in this agreement constitutes a relationship of employer and employee, principal and agent, partnership or joint venture between the parties.

3. Provision of the Services

The Provider must, in providing the Services, comply with the standards and duties set out in Schedule 2.

4. Pricing and invoicing

Pricing

1.1 In consideration for the provision of the Services by the Provider, the Recipient will pay the Provider in advance a fixed fee of AUD 50.00 excluding GST (the Fees). The Provider will invoice the Recipient for all relevant Charges upon commencement of the Services to the reasonable satisfaction of the Recipient.

Out-of-Scope Work

1.2 Notwithstanding clause

Hourly Rates and Out-of-Scope Rates

1.3 Hourly Rates and Out-of-Scope Rates shall be proportionately charged for work involving periods of less than one hour and structured in 15 minute units, with 4 units per hour – eg, the time charged for an attendance of up to 15 minutes will be 1 unit and the time charged for an attendance between 15 and 30 minutes will be 2 units.

1.4 The Provider must keep and maintain accurate records of the number of hours of Services in respect of which the Hourly Rate and/or Out-of-Scope Rate applies and provide the Recipient with a copy of such records upon reasonable notice as may be requested by the Recipient from time to time.

1.5 The Hourly Rate and Out-of-Scope Rate may only be changed by way of an amendment to this agreement pursuant to clause 14.7.

Reimbursement of Expenses

1.6 The Recipient will pay all reasonable expenses properly and necessarily incurred by the Provider in the course of providing the Services, provided that:

(a) the Provider:

(i) obtains the Recipient’s written consent before incurring the expenses;

(ii) provides the Recipient with acceptable documentation for the expenses incurred; and

(iii) complies with any applicable expenses policy of the Recipient in force from time to time, provided that a copy of the policy has been provided to the Provider by the Recipient prior to the relevant expense being incurred; and

(b) the Recipient will not be required to reimburse the Provider for any amount of GST that the Provider has paid, or is liable to pay, in relation to any supply acquired by the Provider from any third party if the Provider has received, or is entitled to receive, an Input Tax Credit for that GST.

5. Payment

Timing of payments

1.1 The Recipient must pay to the Provider all Charges properly invoiced pursuant to clause 5 Business Days after the Recipient’s receipt of the relevant invoice.

Method of payment

1.2 All amounts to be paid by a party to another party under or in connection with this agreement must be paid in cash or by way of bank cheque or electronic funds transfer into the account nominated by the other party.

No set-off or deduction

1.3 All amounts payable under or in connection with this agreement must be paid without set-off, counterclaim, withholding, deduction or claim to a lien whatsoever, whether or not any such set-off, counterclaim, withholding, deduction or lien arises under this agreement (unless otherwise required by law).

1.4 If a party is required by law to make a deduction or withholding in respect of any sum payable under or in connection with this agreement to another party, it must, at the same time as the sum that is the subject of the deduction or withholding is payable, make a payment to the other party of such additional amount as is required to ensure that the net amount received by the other party will equal the full amount that would have been received by it had no such deduction or withholding been required to be made.

Default interest

1.5 If a party fails to pay any sum payable by it under this agreement to another party at the time and otherwise in the manner provided in this agreement, it must pay interest on that sum from the due date of payment until that sum is paid in full at the Default Rate, calculated daily on the basis of a 365-day year and compounded monthly. Interest will accrue from day to day and will be payable on demand. The payment of interest by a party to another party in respect of any late payment under this clause 5.5 is in addition to any other remedies that the other party may have in respect of such late payment.

1.6 If a liability of a party to another party under this agreement becomes merged in a judgement or order and the interest rate that applies under that judgement or order is lower than the Default Rate, that party must, as an independent obligation, pay to the other party, at the same time and in the same manner as the sum that is the subject of that judgement or order is to be paid, such additional interest on that sum as is required to ensure that the total amount of interest that the other party receives in respect of that liability is equal to the Default Rate.

6. GST

Definitions regarding GST

1.1 In this clause 6:

(a) expressions that are not defined, but which have a defined meaning in the GST Law, have the same meaning as in the GST Law;

(b) any part of a supply that is treated as a separate supply for GST purposes (including attributing GST payable to tax periods) will be treated as a separate supply for the purposes of this clause 6; and

(c) any consideration that is specified to be inclusive of GST must not be taken into account in calculating the GST payable in relation to a supply for the purpose of this clause 6.

Consideration is exclusive of GST

1.2 Unless expressly stated otherwise, any sum payable, or amount used in the calculation of a sum payable, under this agreement has been determined without regard to GST and must be increased on account of any GST payable under this clause 6.

Receiving Party to pay additional amount

1.3 If GST is imposed on any supply made under or in accordance with this agreement, the recipient of the supply (Receiving Party) must pay to the supplier (Providing Party) an additional amount equal to the GST payable on the supply, subject to the Receiving Party receiving a valid tax invoice, or a document that the Commissioner will treat as a tax invoice, in respect of the supply at or before the time of payment. Payment of the additional amount will be made at the same time and in the same manner as payment for the supply is required to be made in accordance with this agreement.

Fines, penalties and interest

1.4 The amount recoverable on account of GST under this clause 6 by the Providing Party will include any fines, penalties, interest and other charges incurred as a consequence of any late payment or other default by the Receiving Party under this clause 6.

Reimbursement

1.5 If any party is required to pay, reimburse or indemnify another party for the whole or any part of any cost, expense, loss, liability or other amount that the other party has incurred or will incur in connection with this agreement, the amount must be reduced by the amount for which the other party can claim an Input Tax Credit, partial Input Tax Credit or other similar offset.

Adjustment events

1.6 If, at any time, an adjustment event arises in respect of any supply made by a party under this agreement, a corresponding adjustment must be made between the parties in respect of any amount paid to the Providing Party by the Receiving Party pursuant to clause 6.3 and payments to give effect to the adjustment must be made and the Providing Party must issue an adjustment note.

7. Confidentiality

1.1 Subject to clauses 7.3 and 7.4, a Disclosee must:

(a) keep all Confidential Information confidential;

(b) not use or exploit any Confidential Information in any way except in the proper performance of the Services in accordance with this agreement;

(c) not disclose or make available any Confidential Information in whole or in part to any third party;

(d) not copy, reduce to writing or otherwise record any Confidential Information except in the proper performance of the Services in accordance with this agreement (and any such copies, reductions to writing and records will be the property of the Discloser); and

(e) ensure that any and all Authorised Third Party Disclosees:

(i) comply with the obligations in this agreement as if each of them was a party to this agreement in the place of the Disclosee; and

(ii) do not do, or omit to do, anything which, if done or omitted to be done by the Disclosee, would constitute a breach of this agreement by the Disclosee.

1.2 The Disclosee shall be responsible for, and liable to the Discloser in respect of, the actions or omissions of any and all of its Authorised Third Party Disclosees in relation to the Confidential Information as if they were the actions or omissions of the Disclosee.

Exceptions

1.3 The Disclosee may disclose Confidential Information to those of its Representatives who have an actual need to know the Confidential Information but only in the proper provision of the Services and performance of its duties under this agreement and provided that it informs such Representatives of the confidential nature of the Confidential Information before such disclosure.

1.4 Subject to clause 7.5, the obligations in clause 7.1 will not apply to any Confidential Information which (as shown by appropriate documentation and other evidence in the relevant Disclosee’s possession):

(a) was already known to the Disclosee on a non-confidential basis prior to the time of its first disclosure by the Discloser to the Disclosee, unless it came to be so known as a direct or indirect result of having been:

(i) unlawfully obtained by the Disclosee, whether from a third party or otherwise; or

(ii) received by the Disclosee from a third party that owed a confidentiality obligation to the Discloser in respect of that information at the time of such receipt, in circumstances in which the Disclosee knew, or ought reasonably to have known after due enquiry, that the third party owed that confidentiality obligation to the Discloser;

(b) is or becomes generally available to the public, unless it became so generally available as a direct or indirect result of having been disclosed by any person:

(i) in circumstances that constitute a breach of this agreement by the Disclosee (for the avoidance of doubt, including any breach by the Disclosee of its obligations under clause 7.1(e) to ensure that its Authorised Third Party Disclosees comply with the obligations in this agreement as if they were parties to this agreement in the place of the Disclosee); or

(ii) that owed a confidentiality obligation to the Discloser in respect of that information at the time of such disclosure, in circumstances in which the Disclosee knew, or ought reasonably to have known after due enquiry, that the person owed that confidentiality obligation to the Discloser;

(c) is, after the time of its first disclosure by the Discloser to the Disclosee, lawfully received by the Disclosee from a third party and the Disclosee reasonably believed, after due enquiry, that the information was not so received as a direct or indirect result of a breach by any person of a confidentiality obligation owed to the Discloser;

(d) is required by law or court order to be disclosed, provided that the Disclosee must:

(i) promptly notify the Discloser in writing in advance of any such disclosure, if reasonably practicable; and

(ii) reasonably assist the Discloser in obtaining confidential treatment for, or avoiding or minimising such disclosure of, the relevant Confidential Information to the extent reasonably requested by the Discloser;

(e) is independently developed by the Disclosee without any direct or indirect use of, reference to, or reliance on any Confidential Information; or

(f) is authorised for release or use by the written pre-approval of the Discloser but only to the extent of such written pre-approval.

1.5 The exceptions in clause 7.4 shall not apply to any specific Confidential Information merely because it is included in more generally non-confidential information, nor to any specific combination of Confidential Information merely because individual elements, but not the combination, are included in non-confidential information.

8. Non-disparagement

1.1 Subject to clause 8.2, on and from the date of this agreement, each party must not:

(a) make, express, transmit, speak, write, verbalise or otherwise communicate in any way (directly or indirectly, in any capacity or manner) any remark, comment, message, information, declaration, communication or other statement of any kind (whether verbal, in writing, electronically transferred or otherwise) that might reasonably be construed to be critical of, or derogatory or negative towards, any other party or any Representative of any other party; or

(b) cause, further, assist, solicit, encourage or knowingly permit any other person to do so, or support or participate in any other person doing so,

and must take all reasonable steps to prevent its Representatives from doing so.

1.2 Clause 8.1 shall not prohibit any party from making any statement or disclosure as required by law or court order, provided that such party must:

(a) promptly notify the other party in writing in advance of any such statement or disclosure, if reasonably practicable; and

(b) reasonably assist the other party in obtaining confidential treatment for, or avoiding or minimising the dissemination of, such statement or disclosure to the extent reasonably requested by any party.

9. Intellectual Property

1.1 The parties agree that all Relevant IP will be owned by, and vest in, the Provider.

Assignment

1.2 The Recipient hereby assigns, transfers and conveys to the Provider all current and future right, title and interest in all Relevant IP and acknowledges that all future Relevant IP will vest in the Provider on and from creation.

Recipient’s duty to assist the Provider

1.3 The Recipient must do anything necessary, including executing any documents, for the purpose of effecting, perfecting and/or protecting the Provider’s title to any Relevant IP, in Australia or in such other countries as the Provider may require at its discretion.

Permitted use

1.4 The Recipient may not use or reproduce any Relevant IP or any other Intellectual Property Rights of the Provider or any of the Provider’s customers, clients or suppliers without the Provider’s prior written approval, except in the performance of its duties under this agreement.

Moral rights

1.5 The Recipient consents to the doing of any acts, or making of any omissions, by the Provider or any of the Provider’s employees, officers, contractors, agents, licensees or assigns that infringes its Moral Rights in any Works that constitute Relevant IP, including:

(a) not naming the Recipient as the author of a Work; or

(b) amending or modifying (whether by changing, adding to or deleting/removing) any part of a Work but only if the Recipient is not named as the author of the amended or modified Work,

whether those acts or omissions occur before, on or after the date of this agreement. The Recipient acknowledges that its consent pursuant to this clause 9.5 is genuinely given without duress of any kind and that it has been given the opportunity to seek legal advice on the effect of giving that consent.

10. Liability and remedies

Indemnity

1.1 The Recipient shall have personal liability for, and hereby irrevocably indemnifies and covenants to hold the Provider harmless from and against, any and all Losses that may be suffered by the Provider and which arise, directly or indirectly, in connection with any breach of this agreement by the Recipient and/or any negligent or other tortious conduct in the provision of the Services.

Indemnities continuing

1.2 Each indemnity contained in this agreement is an additional, separate, independent and continuing obligation that survives the termination of this agreement despite any settlement of account or other occurrence and remains in full force and effect until all money owing, contingently or otherwise, under the relevant indemnity has been paid in full and no one indemnity limits the generality of any other indemnity.

Limitation of liability

1.3 To the maximum extent permitted by law, the Provider and its Representatives expressly:

(a) (Disclaimer of warranties) disclaim all conditions, representations and warranties (whether express or implied, statutory or otherwise) in relation to the Services, including any implied warranty of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose or non-infringement. Without limitation to the foregoing, the Provider and its Representatives make no representation, and provide no warranty or guarantee, that:

(i) the Recipient will achieve any particular results from the provision of the Services;

(ii) any particular individuals will perform the Services on behalf of the Provider; or

(iii) the Services will be:

(A) error-free or that errors or defects will be corrected; or

(B) meet the Recipient’s requirements or expectations; and

(b) (Limitation of liability) limit their aggregate liability in respect of any and all Claims for any Losses that the Recipient and/or any of its Representatives may bring against the Provider under this agreement or otherwise in respect of the Services to the following remedies (the choice of which is to be at the Provider’s sole discretion):

(i) re-supply of the Services;

(ii) payment of the costs of supply of the Services by a third party; or

(iii) the refund of any amounts paid by the Recipient to the Provider under this agreement in respect to the Services,

even if the Provider has been advised of the possibility of such Losses,

and the Recipient acknowledges and agrees that the Provider holds the benefit of this clause 10.3 for itself and as agent and trustee for and on behalf of each of its Representatives.

Force majeure

1.4 To the maximum extent permitted by law, the Provider and its Representatives expressly exclude liability for any damage and/or delay in the performance of any obligation of the Provider under this agreement where such damage or delay is caused by circumstances beyond the reasonable control of the Provider and the Provider shall be entitled to a reasonable extension of time for the performance of such obligations, and the Recipient acknowledges and agrees that the Provider holds the benefit of this clause 10.4 for itself and as agent and trustee for and on behalf of each of its Representatives.

Remedies for breach

1.5 Each party acknowledges and agrees that, in the event of any breach by the other party of the provisions of clause 7 (Confidentiality), clause 8 (Non-disparagement) or clause 12 (Non-solicitation), damages may not be an adequate remedy and the first-mentioned party may, in addition to any other remedies, obtain an injunction restraining any further violation by the other party and other equitable relief, without the necessity of showing actual damage and without any security being required, together with recovery of costs. Any Claims asserted by such other party against the first-mentioned party shall not constitute a defence in any such injunction action, application or motion.

11. Termination

Termination for breach

1.1 The Provider may terminate this agreement immediately by notice to the Recipient if an Event of Default occurs in respect of the Recipient.

1.2 If the Provider commits any material or persistent breach of this agreement, the Recipient may (but is not obliged to) provide the Provider with a notice of breach in writing. If the Provider fails to remedy the breach within 20 Business Days after the date of its receipt of such notice, the Recipient may terminate this agreement with immediate effect upon providing the Provider with a further notice of termination in writing.

Termination with notice

1.3 The Recipient may, without limitation to its rights under clause 11.2, terminate this agreement at any time by giving at least 1 month’s notice to the Provider.

1.4 The Provider may, without limitation to its rights under clause 11.1, terminate this agreement at any time by giving at least 1 month’s notice to the Recipient. The Recipient may waive all or part of such notice period.

Effect of termination

1.5 In the event of any termination of this agreement in any circumstances and for any reason whatsoever:

(a) the Recipient will remain liable to pay all Charges accrued up to and including the date of termination, whether or not invoiced prior to the date of termination; and

(b) the Provider will send to the Recipient a final invoice for the balance of any unbilled Charges accrued up to and including the date of termination and clause 5 will apply in respect thereof.

During notice period

1.6 In the event that the Provider’s engagement under this agreement is terminated upon notice by either party the Recipient may, at its absolute discretion, require the Provider to refrain from providing the Services during the relevant notice period.

Partially completed deliverables

1.7 Upon the cessation of the Provider’s engagement under this agreement, subject to payment of all outstanding Charges by the Recipient in accordance with the terms of this agreement, the Provider will deliver to the Recipient any and all partially completed deliverables that are included within the scope of the Services.

Ipso facto legislation

1.8 If any provision of this agreement is otherwise unenforceable by virtue of the operation of the Treasury Laws Amendment (2017 Enterprise Incentives No. 2) Act 2017 (Cth), upon the occurrence of an Insolvency Event in respect of a particular party, notwithstanding any other provision of this agreement, to the maximum extent permitted by law:

(a) time is of the essence in respect of all obligations of that party under this agreement (whether falling due for performance before, upon or after the occurrence of that Insolvency Event); and

(b) any breach of this agreement by that party (whether occurring before, upon or after the occurrence of that Insolvency Event), however minor, will (alone or, severally, in combination with the occurrence of that Insolvency Event) be deemed to be a material breach of this agreement,

and, if any such material breach has occurred or occurs, the parties acknowledge and agree that such provision will instead be enforceable by virtue of the occurrence of that material breach.

Accrued rights

1.9 Termination of this agreement will not affect any rights or liabilities that the parties have accrued under it prior to such termination.

Survival

1.10 The obligations of the parties under clause 7 (Confidentiality), clause 8 (Non-disparagement), clause 9 (Intellectual Property), clause 10 (Liability and remedies) (, clause 12 (Non-solicitation) and this clause 11 will survive the termination of this agreement.

12. Non-solicitation

1.1 During the Provider’s engagement with the Recipient under this agreement and for each Non-Solicitation Period thereafter, the Recipient must not, without the Provider’s prior written consent (which the Provider may withhold or delay in its absolute discretion), directly or indirectly:

(a) (non-solicitation suppliers) interfere with or disrupt, or attempt to interfere with or disrupt, any relationship, whether contractual or otherwise, between the Provider and any of the Provider’s suppliers, distributors or joint venture partners, or identified prospective suppliers, distributors or joint venture partners; or

(b) (non-solicitation of staff) induce, encourage or solicit any of the Provider’s officers, employees, contractors or agents to cease their employment, engagement or agency with the Provider.

1.2 The Recipient acknowledges and agrees that:

(a) the restraints in clause 12.1 constitute several separate covenants and restraints consisting of each of clauses 12.1(a) and (b) combined with each separate Non-Solicitation Period severally;

(b) each of those separate covenants and restraints is a fair and reasonable restraint of trade that goes no further than is reasonably necessary to protect the Provider’s goodwill and business;

(c) the Recipient has received substantial and valuable consideration for each of those separate covenants and restraints, including its receipt of the Services; and

(d) breach by the Recipient of any of those separate covenants and restraints would be unfair and calculated to damage the Provider’s goodwill and business and would lead to substantial loss to the Provider.

1.3 The parties intend the covenants and restraints under clauses 12.1 to operate to the maximum extent. If any of those separate covenants and restraints would, in the absence of this clause 12.3, be void as unreasonable for the protection of the interests of the Provider but would not be so void if any part of the wording in this clause 12 or Schedule 3 was deleted or amended, the separate covenants and restraints will apply with the minimum modifications necessary to make them effective.

13. Notices

1.1 A notice given to a party under this agreement must be:

(a) in writing in English;

(b) sent to the address, fax number or email address of the relevant party as set out in the list of parties that starts on page 3 of this agreement (or such other address, fax number or email address as the relevant party may notify to the other party from time to time); and

(c) delivered/sent either:

(i) personally;

(ii) by commercial courier;

(iii) by pre-paid post;

(iv) if the notice is to be served by post outside the country from which it is sent, by airmail;

(v) by fax; or

(vi) by e-mail.

1.2 A notice is deemed to have been received:

(a) if delivered personally, at the time of delivery;

(b) if delivered by commercial courier, at the time of signature of the courier’s receipt;

(c) if sent by pre-paid post, 48 hours from the date of posting;

(d) if sent by airmail, five days after the date of posting;

(e) if sent by fax, at the time shown in the transmission report generated by the machine from which the fax was sent; or

(f) if sent by e-mail, 4 hours after the sent time (as recorded on the sender’s e-mail server), unless the sender receives a notice from the party’s email server or internet service provider that the message has not been delivered to the party,

except that, if such deemed receipt is not within business hours (meaning 9:00 am to 5:30 pm on a Business Day), the notice will be deemed to have been received at the next commencement of business hours in the place of deemed receipt.

1.3 To prove service, it is sufficient to prove that:

(a) in the case of post – that the envelope containing the notice was properly addressed and posted;

(b) in the case of fax – the notice was transmitted to the fax number of the party; and

(c) in the case of email – the email was transmitted to the party’s email server or internet service provider.

14. General

1.1 Each party must (at its own expense, unless otherwise provided in this agreement) promptly execute and deliver all such documents, and do all such things, as any other party may from time to time reasonably require for the purpose of giving full effect to the provisions of this agreement.

Schedule 1 | Description of Services
  • Movement analysis and correction

  • Mobility and stability development

  • Strength/hypertrophy training

  • Nutritional and dietary education

  • At home exercise prescription

Schedule 2 | Standard and duties

The Provider must, in providing the Services:

  1. (Honesty and diligence) be honest and diligent and provide the Services to it to the best of its knowledge and abilities;

  2. (Standards) at all times maintain reasonable ethical, professional and technical standards;

  3. (Discrimination and harassment) not unlawfully discriminate against, sexually harass or otherwise physically or verbally abuse any person; and

  4. (Privacy) in relation to any Personal Information of any customer, client, supplier or Representative of the Recipient, any user or prospective user or any other person, comply with:

    • the Privacy Act and any guidelines, information sheets and other relevant material issued from time to time by the Commonwealth Privacy Commissioner; and

    • any approved privacy policy and procedures adopted from time to time by the Recipient.

Schedule 3 | Non-Solicitation Periods

3 months; 6 months; 9 months; 12 months

Schedule 4 | Waiver

  1. The Recipient agrees that he or she has consulted their physician or other healthcare provider before changing their diet or starting an exercise program.

  2. The Recipient understands there is a risk of injury in participating in any Services provided by the Provider.

  3. The Recipient hereby assumes full responsibility for any and all injuries, losses and damages that he or she may incur while attending, exercising or participating in any Service offered by the Provider and hereby waives all claims against the Provider.

  4. The Recipient acknowledges and agrees that he or she has read, understood and agreed to terms contained in the Provider’s Service Agreement, and that this waiver forms part of the Service Agreement entered into between the Recipient and the Provider.

  5. In agreeing to the terms of the Service Agreement, and by signing this Waiver, the Recipient further agrees and expressly acknowledges that the activity organised or conducted by the Provider has inherent dangers and risks, including risk of injury, illness or death to the Recipient.

  6. The Recipient further acknowledges and agrees that due to the nature of the activity, it would be unreasonable the Provider to be in any way responsible for any injury, illness, or death of the Recipient by his or her participation in the Services offered by the Provider.

  7. Accordingly, the Recipient agrees and acknowledges that he or she, to the full extent permitted by law, waives all of his or her legal rights of action against and fully releases the Provider for loss, damages, injury, illness or death howsoever arising out of or in relation to the Services provided by the Provider, or activities conducted or organised by the Provider including without limitation, liability for any negligent or tortious act or omission, breach of duty, breach of contract or breach of statutory duty on the part of the Provider, his employees, agents, or subcontractors.

  8. The Recipient further acknowledges and agrees that he or she has undertaken the activity freely, voluntarily and absolutely at his or her own risk and with a full appreciation of the nature and extent of all risks involved in the Services.

  9. Furthermore, the Recipient expressly acknowledges and warrants to the Provider that he or she has not in the last fourteen (14) days preceding the commencement of any Service:

  • been in contact with anyone displaying symptoms of the COVID-19 virus

  • travelled to or returned from any place where a COVID-19 outbreak occurred

  • experienced flu or cold-like symptoms

  1. This waiver must bind the participant and his or her executors.

Services Agreement

Riley Braidwood
trading as “RILEY BRAIDWOOD PERSONAL TRAINING”
(ABN 88 367 086 598)

1. Definitions and interpretation

Recitals

  • The Recipient has agreed to engage the Provider to provide the Services to the Recipient, and the Provider has agreed to provide the Services to the Recipient on the terms of this agreement.

  • This agreement is intended to be legally binding and the parties agree to give effect to the arrangements contemplated by it.

Operative provisions

1. Definitions and interpretation

Definitions

1.1 The following definitions apply in this agreement unless the context requires otherwise:

  • Authorised Third Party Disclosee means any Representative of a Disclosee to whom that Disclosee discloses Confidential Information in accordance with clause 7.

  • Business Day means a day (other than a Saturday, Sunday or public holiday) when banks in Adelaide, South Australia are open for business.

  • Charges means Fees and Expenses.

  • Claim means any claim, complaint, demand, proceeding, suit, litigation, action, cause of action or other legal recourse (whether in contract, tort, under statute or otherwise).

  • Confidential Information means all information relating to a party, any customer, clients, suppliers, distributors or joint venture partners, of the party and/or any of the business or financial affairs of any of them, including:

    • any information that is specifically designated by any of them as confidential;

    • any information which, by its nature, may reasonably be regarded as confidential;

    • any information relating to any:

      • agreements, arrangements or terms of trade with any existing or prospective customers, clients, suppliers, distributors or joint venture partners or other contractual counterparties;

      • customers, clients, suppliers, distributors, joint venture partners, employees, technologies, products, services, proposals, market opportunities, business or product development plans, pricing, financial position or performance, capabilities, capacities, operations or processes; or

      • Intellectual Property Rights,

of any of them; and

  • any note, calculation, conclusion, summary or other material derived or produced partly or wholly from any such information.

  • Copyright Act means the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth).

  • Corporations Act means the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth).

  • Default Rate

  • Disclosee means, in respect of any particular Confidential Information, any party that has received that Confidential Information (whether directly or indirectly) from another party.

  • Discloser means, in respect of any particular Confidential Information, any party that has disclosed or discloses that Confidential Information (whether directly or indirectly) to another party.

  • Event of Default means any of the following on the part of the Recipient:

    • committing any material or persistent breach of this agreement;

    • repudiating or, or, in the reasonable opinion of the Provider, evincing an intention to repudiate, this agreement;

    • misleading the Provider in any material way; and/or

    • an Insolvency Event occurring in respect of the Recipient.

  • Expenses mean the expenses of the Provider for which the Provider is entitled to be reimbursed by the Recipient pursuant to clause 6.

  • Fees has the meaning given in clause 1.

  • Governmental Agency means any government or governmental, semi-governmental, administrative, fiscal or judicial body, department, commission, authority, tribunal, agency or entity whether foreign, federal, state, territorial or local.

  • GST has the same meaning given to that expression in the GST Law.

  • GST Act means A New Tax System (Goods and Services Tax) Act 1999 (Cth), as in force from time to time.

  • GST Law has the same meaning given to that expression in the GST Act.

  • Insolvency Event means, in respect of a party:

    • where the party is an individual, that party commits an act of bankruptcy or is declared bankrupt or insolvent or that party’s estate otherwise becomes liable to be dealt with under any law relating to bankruptcy or insolvency;

    • where the party is a company, a resolution is passed or court order made for the winding up of that party or an administrator is appointed to that party pursuant to any relevant law;

    • a receiver or manager or receiver and manager is appointed to the assets or undertaking of the party or any part thereof; or

    • the party is otherwise unable to pay its debts as and when they fall due.

  • In-Scope Work

  • Input Tax Credit has the meaning given in the GST Law.

  • Intellectual Property Rights means patents, rights to inventions, copyright and related rights, moral rights, trademarks and service marks, trade names and domain names, rights in get-up, rights to goodwill or to sue for passing off or unfair competition, rights in designs, rights in computer software, database rights, rights in confidential information (including know-how, trade secrets and marketing secrets) and any other intellectual property rights, in each case whether registered or unregistered and including all applications (or rights to apply) for, and renewals or extensions of, such rights and all similar or equivalent rights or forms of protection which subsist or will subsist now or in the future in any part of the world.

Losses means any loss, damage, debt, cost, charge, expense, fine, outgoing, penalty, diminution in value, deficiency or other liability of any kind or character (including legal and other professional fees and expenses on a full indemnity basis) that a party pays, suffers or incurs or is liable for, including all:

  • liabilities on account of Tax;

  • interest and other amounts payable to third parties;

  • legal and other professional fees and expenses (on a full indemnity basis) and other costs incurred in connection with investigating, defending or settling any Claim, whether or not resulting in any liability; and

  • all amounts paid in settlement of any Claim.

  • Moral Rights has the same meaning as that term has in Part IX of the Copyright Act.

  • Non-Solicitation Period means each period of time specified in Schedule 3.

  • Out-of-Scope Rate

  • Out-of-Scope Work

Personal Information has the meaning given in the Privacy Act.

  • Privacy Act means the Privacy Act 1998 (Cth).

  • Relevant IP means all Intellectual Property Rights that the Provider makes, develops or conceives (whether alone or in conjunction with someone else, and whether during or outside normal working hours) in the course of, or arising out of, the provision of the Services and/or Provider’s engagement with the Recipient, including any Intellectual Property Rights so made, developed or conceived:

    • using the premises, resources or facilities of the Recipient or any of its customers, clients or suppliers;

    • in the course of, as a consequence of, or in relation to, the provision of the Services by the Provider and/or the performance (whether proper or improper) of the Provider’s duties and responsibilities to the Recipient under this agreement or otherwise;

    • as a direct or indirect result of any person’s access to any Confidential Information or Intellectual Property Rights of the Recipient or any of its customers, clients or suppliers; or

    • in respect of any of the products or services of the Recipient or any of its customers, clients or suppliers, or any alterations, additions or methods of making, using, marketing, selling or providing such products or services.

  • Representatives means, in respect of a person, the employees, officers, consultants, agents and professional advisers of that person.

  • Services means the services that the Provider has agreed to provide to the Recipient under the terms of this agreement, as more particularly described in Schedule 1.

  • Stamp Duty means any stamp, transaction or registration duty or similar charge imposed by any Governmental Agency and includes any interest, fine, penalty, charge or other amount in respect of the above, but excludes any GST.

Start Date

  • Tax Acts means the Income Tax Assessment Act 1936 (Cth) and the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997 (Cth).

  • Tax or Taxation means:

    • any tax, levy, impost, deduction, charge, rate, compulsory loan, withholding or duty by whatever name called, levied, imposed or assessed under the Tax Acts or any other statute, ordinance or law by any Governmental Agency (including profits tax, property tax, interest tax, income tax, tax related to capital gains, tax related to the franking of dividends, bank account debits tax, fringe benefits tax, sales tax, payroll tax, superannuation guarantee charge, group or Pay as You Go withholding tax and land tax);

    • unless the context otherwise requires, Stamp Duty and GST; and

    • any interest, penalty, charge, fine or fee or other amount of any kind assessed, charged or imposed on or in respect of the above.

  • Works means all programs and programming and literary, dramatic, musical and artistic works within the meaning of the Copyright Act.

Interpretation

1.2 The following rules of interpretation apply in this agreement unless the context requires otherwise:

(a) headings in this agreement are for convenience only and do not affect its interpretation or construction;

(b) no rule of construction applies to the disadvantage of a party because this agreement is prepared by (or on behalf of) that party;

(c) where any word or phrase is defined, any other part of speech or other grammatical form of that word or phrase has a cognate meaning;

(d) a reference to a document (including this agreement) is a reference to that document (including any schedules and annexures) as amended, consolidated, supplemented, novated or replaced;

(e) references to recitals, clauses, subclauses, paragraphs, annexures or schedules are references to recitals, clauses, subclauses, paragraphs, annexures and schedules of or to this agreement;

(f) in each schedule to this agreement, a reference to a paragraph is a reference to a paragraph in that schedule;

(g) a reference to any statute, proclamation, rule, code, regulation or ordinance includes any amendment, consolidation, modification, re-enactment or reprint of it or any statute, proclamation, rule, code, regulation or ordinance replacing it;

(h) an expression importing a natural person includes any individual, corporation or other body corporate, partnership, trust or association and any Governmental Agency and that person’s personal representatives, successors, permitted assigns, substitutes, executors and administrators;

(i) a reference to writing includes any communication sent by post, facsimile or email;

(j) a reference to time refers to time in Adelaide, South Australia and time is of the essence;

(k) all monetary amounts are in Australian currency;

(l) a reference to a “liability” includes a present, prospective, future or contingent liability;

(m) the word “month” means calendar month and the word “year” means 12 calendar months;

(n) the meaning of general words is not limited by specific examples introduced by “include”, “includes”, “including”, “for example”, “in particular”, “such as” or similar expressions;

(o) a reference to a “party” is a reference to a party to this agreement and a reference to a “third party” is a reference to a person that is not a party to this agreement;

(p) a reference to any thing is a reference to the whole and each part of it;

(q) a reference to a group of persons is a reference to all of them collectively and to each of them individually;

(r) words in the singular include the plural and vice versa; and

(s) a reference to one gender includes a reference to the other genders.

2. Engagement as Provider

1.1 The Recipient hereby engages the Provider on a non-exclusive basis to provide the Services to the Recipient, and the Provider hereby accepts that engagement and agrees to provide the Services to the Recipient, in accordance with the terms of this agreement and waiver in Schedule 4.

Commencement and duration

1.2 The Provider’s engagement with the Recipient will:

(a) commence on the Start Date; and

(b) continue indefinitely unless and until it is terminated in accordance with clause 11.

Nature of relationship

1.3 The Provider is an independent contractor of the Recipient and nothing in this agreement constitutes a relationship of employer and employee, principal and agent, partnership or joint venture between the parties.

3. Provision of the Services

The Provider must, in providing the Services, comply with the standards and duties set out in Schedule 2.

4. Pricing and invoicing

Pricing

1.1 In consideration for the provision of the Services by the Provider, the Recipient will pay the Provider in advance a fixed fee of AUD 50.00 excluding GST (the Fees). The Provider will invoice the Recipient for all relevant Charges upon commencement of the Services to the reasonable satisfaction of the Recipient.

Out-of-Scope Work

1.2 Notwithstanding clause

Hourly Rates and Out-of-Scope Rates

1.3 Hourly Rates and Out-of-Scope Rates shall be proportionately charged for work involving periods of less than one hour and structured in 15 minute units, with 4 units per hour – eg, the time charged for an attendance of up to 15 minutes will be 1 unit and the time charged for an attendance between 15 and 30 minutes will be 2 units.

1.4 The Provider must keep and maintain accurate records of the number of hours of Services in respect of which the Hourly Rate and/or Out-of-Scope Rate applies and provide the Recipient with a copy of such records upon reasonable notice as may be requested by the Recipient from time to time.

1.5 The Hourly Rate and Out-of-Scope Rate may only be changed by way of an amendment to this agreement pursuant to clause 14.7.

Reimbursement of Expenses

1.6 The Recipient will pay all reasonable expenses properly and necessarily incurred by the Provider in the course of providing the Services, provided that:

(a) the Provider:

(i) obtains the Recipient’s written consent before incurring the expenses;

(ii) provides the Recipient with acceptable documentation for the expenses incurred; and

(iii) complies with any applicable expenses policy of the Recipient in force from time to time, provided that a copy of the policy has been provided to the Provider by the Recipient prior to the relevant expense being incurred; and

(b) the Recipient will not be required to reimburse the Provider for any amount of GST that the Provider has paid, or is liable to pay, in relation to any supply acquired by the Provider from any third party if the Provider has received, or is entitled to receive, an Input Tax Credit for that GST.

5. Payment

Timing of payments

1.1 The Recipient must pay to the Provider all Charges properly invoiced pursuant to clause 5 Business Days after the Recipient’s receipt of the relevant invoice.

Method of payment

1.2 All amounts to be paid by a party to another party under or in connection with this agreement must be paid in cash or by way of bank cheque or electronic funds transfer into the account nominated by the other party.

No set-off or deduction

1.3 All amounts payable under or in connection with this agreement must be paid without set-off, counterclaim, withholding, deduction or claim to a lien whatsoever, whether or not any such set-off, counterclaim, withholding, deduction or lien arises under this agreement (unless otherwise required by law).

1.4 If a party is required by law to make a deduction or withholding in respect of any sum payable under or in connection with this agreement to another party, it must, at the same time as the sum that is the subject of the deduction or withholding is payable, make a payment to the other party of such additional amount as is required to ensure that the net amount received by the other party will equal the full amount that would have been received by it had no such deduction or withholding been required to be made.

Default interest

1.5 If a party fails to pay any sum payable by it under this agreement to another party at the time and otherwise in the manner provided in this agreement, it must pay interest on that sum from the due date of payment until that sum is paid in full at the Default Rate, calculated daily on the basis of a 365-day year and compounded monthly. Interest will accrue from day to day and will be payable on demand. The payment of interest by a party to another party in respect of any late payment under this clause 5.5 is in addition to any other remedies that the other party may have in respect of such late payment.

1.6 If a liability of a party to another party under this agreement becomes merged in a judgement or order and the interest rate that applies under that judgement or order is lower than the Default Rate, that party must, as an independent obligation, pay to the other party, at the same time and in the same manner as the sum that is the subject of that judgement or order is to be paid, such additional interest on that sum as is required to ensure that the total amount of interest that the other party receives in respect of that liability is equal to the Default Rate.

6. GST

Definitions regarding GST

1.1 In this clause 6:

(a) expressions that are not defined, but which have a defined meaning in the GST Law, have the same meaning as in the GST Law;

(b) any part of a supply that is treated as a separate supply for GST purposes (including attributing GST payable to tax periods) will be treated as a separate supply for the purposes of this clause 6; and

(c) any consideration that is specified to be inclusive of GST must not be taken into account in calculating the GST payable in relation to a supply for the purpose of this clause 6.

Consideration is exclusive of GST

1.2 Unless expressly stated otherwise, any sum payable, or amount used in the calculation of a sum payable, under this agreement has been determined without regard to GST and must be increased on account of any GST payable under this clause 6.

Receiving Party to pay additional amount

1.3 If GST is imposed on any supply made under or in accordance with this agreement, the recipient of the supply (Receiving Party) must pay to the supplier (Providing Party) an additional amount equal to the GST payable on the supply, subject to the Receiving Party receiving a valid tax invoice, or a document that the Commissioner will treat as a tax invoice, in respect of the supply at or before the time of payment. Payment of the additional amount will be made at the same time and in the same manner as payment for the supply is required to be made in accordance with this agreement.

Fines, penalties and interest

1.4 The amount recoverable on account of GST under this clause 6 by the Providing Party will include any fines, penalties, interest and other charges incurred as a consequence of any late payment or other default by the Receiving Party under this clause 6.

Reimbursement

1.5 If any party is required to pay, reimburse or indemnify another party for the whole or any part of any cost, expense, loss, liability or other amount that the other party has incurred or will incur in connection with this agreement, the amount must be reduced by the amount for which the other party can claim an Input Tax Credit, partial Input Tax Credit or other similar offset.

Adjustment events

1.6 If, at any time, an adjustment event arises in respect of any supply made by a party under this agreement, a corresponding adjustment must be made between the parties in respect of any amount paid to the Providing Party by the Receiving Party pursuant to clause 6.3 and payments to give effect to the adjustment must be made and the Providing Party must issue an adjustment note.

7. Confidentiality

1.1 Subject to clauses 7.3 and 7.4, a Disclosee must:

(a) keep all Confidential Information confidential;

(b) not use or exploit any Confidential Information in any way except in the proper performance of the Services in accordance with this agreement;

(c) not disclose or make available any Confidential Information in whole or in part to any third party;

(d) not copy, reduce to writing or otherwise record any Confidential Information except in the proper performance of the Services in accordance with this agreement (and any such copies, reductions to writing and records will be the property of the Discloser); and

(e) ensure that any and all Authorised Third Party Disclosees:

(i) comply with the obligations in this agreement as if each of them was a party to this agreement in the place of the Disclosee; and

(ii) do not do, or omit to do, anything which, if done or omitted to be done by the Disclosee, would constitute a breach of this agreement by the Disclosee.

1.2 The Disclosee shall be responsible for, and liable to the Discloser in respect of, the actions or omissions of any and all of its Authorised Third Party Disclosees in relation to the Confidential Information as if they were the actions or omissions of the Disclosee.

Exceptions

1.3 The Disclosee may disclose Confidential Information to those of its Representatives who have an actual need to know the Confidential Information but only in the proper provision of the Services and performance of its duties under this agreement and provided that it informs such Representatives of the confidential nature of the Confidential Information before such disclosure.

1.4 Subject to clause 7.5, the obligations in clause 7.1 will not apply to any Confidential Information which (as shown by appropriate documentation and other evidence in the relevant Disclosee’s possession):

(a) was already known to the Disclosee on a non-confidential basis prior to the time of its first disclosure by the Discloser to the Disclosee, unless it came to be so known as a direct or indirect result of having been:

(i) unlawfully obtained by the Disclosee, whether from a third party or otherwise; or

(ii) received by the Disclosee from a third party that owed a confidentiality obligation to the Discloser in respect of that information at the time of such receipt, in circumstances in which the Disclosee knew, or ought reasonably to have known after due enquiry, that the third party owed that confidentiality obligation to the Discloser;

(b) is or becomes generally available to the public, unless it became so generally available as a direct or indirect result of having been disclosed by any person:

(i) in circumstances that constitute a breach of this agreement by the Disclosee (for the avoidance of doubt, including any breach by the Disclosee of its obligations under clause 7.1(e) to ensure that its Authorised Third Party Disclosees comply with the obligations in this agreement as if they were parties to this agreement in the place of the Disclosee); or

(ii) that owed a confidentiality obligation to the Discloser in respect of that information at the time of such disclosure, in circumstances in which the Disclosee knew, or ought reasonably to have known after due enquiry, that the person owed that confidentiality obligation to the Discloser;

(c) is, after the time of its first disclosure by the Discloser to the Disclosee, lawfully received by the Disclosee from a third party and the Disclosee reasonably believed, after due enquiry, that the information was not so received as a direct or indirect result of a breach by any person of a confidentiality obligation owed to the Discloser;

(d) is required by law or court order to be disclosed, provided that the Disclosee must:

(i) promptly notify the Discloser in writing in advance of any such disclosure, if reasonably practicable; and

(ii) reasonably assist the Discloser in obtaining confidential treatment for, or avoiding or minimising such disclosure of, the relevant Confidential Information to the extent reasonably requested by the Discloser;

(e) is independently developed by the Disclosee without any direct or indirect use of, reference to, or reliance on any Confidential Information; or

(f) is authorised for release or use by the written pre-approval of the Discloser but only to the extent of such written pre-approval.

1.5 The exceptions in clause 7.4 shall not apply to any specific Confidential Information merely because it is included in more generally non-confidential information, nor to any specific combination of Confidential Information merely because individual elements, but not the combination, are included in non-confidential information.

8. Non-disparagement

1.1 Subject to clause 8.2, on and from the date of this agreement, each party must not:

(a) make, express, transmit, speak, write, verbalise or otherwise communicate in any way (directly or indirectly, in any capacity or manner) any remark, comment, message, information, declaration, communication or other statement of any kind (whether verbal, in writing, electronically transferred or otherwise) that might reasonably be construed to be critical of, or derogatory or negative towards, any other party or any Representative of any other party; or

(b) cause, further, assist, solicit, encourage or knowingly permit any other person to do so, or support or participate in any other person doing so,

and must take all reasonable steps to prevent its Representatives from doing so.

1.2 Clause 8.1 shall not prohibit any party from making any statement or disclosure as required by law or court order, provided that such party must:

(a) promptly notify the other party in writing in advance of any such statement or disclosure, if reasonably practicable; and

(b) reasonably assist the other party in obtaining confidential treatment for, or avoiding or minimising the dissemination of, such statement or disclosure to the extent reasonably requested by any party.

9. Intellectual Property

1.1 The parties agree that all Relevant IP will be owned by, and vest in, the Provider.

Assignment

1.2 The Recipient hereby assigns, transfers and conveys to the Provider all current and future right, title and interest in all Relevant IP and acknowledges that all future Relevant IP will vest in the Provider on and from creation.

Recipient’s duty to assist the Provider

1.3 The Recipient must do anything necessary, including executing any documents, for the purpose of effecting, perfecting and/or protecting the Provider’s title to any Relevant IP, in Australia or in such other countries as the Provider may require at its discretion.

Permitted use

1.4 The Recipient may not use or reproduce any Relevant IP or any other Intellectual Property Rights of the Provider or any of the Provider’s customers, clients or suppliers without the Provider’s prior written approval, except in the performance of its duties under this agreement.

Moral rights

1.5 The Recipient consents to the doing of any acts, or making of any omissions, by the Provider or any of the Provider’s employees, officers, contractors, agents, licensees or assigns that infringes its Moral Rights in any Works that constitute Relevant IP, including:

(a) not naming the Recipient as the author of a Work; or

(b) amending or modifying (whether by changing, adding to or deleting/removing) any part of a Work but only if the Recipient is not named as the author of the amended or modified Work,

whether those acts or omissions occur before, on or after the date of this agreement. The Recipient acknowledges that its consent pursuant to this clause 9.5 is genuinely given without duress of any kind and that it has been given the opportunity to seek legal advice on the effect of giving that consent.

10. Liability and remedies

Indemnity

1.1 The Recipient shall have personal liability for, and hereby irrevocably indemnifies and covenants to hold the Provider harmless from and against, any and all Losses that may be suffered by the Provider and which arise, directly or indirectly, in connection with any breach of this agreement by the Recipient and/or any negligent or other tortious conduct in the provision of the Services.

Indemnities continuing

1.2 Each indemnity contained in this agreement is an additional, separate, independent and continuing obligation that survives the termination of this agreement despite any settlement of account or other occurrence and remains in full force and effect until all money owing, contingently or otherwise, under the relevant indemnity has been paid in full and no one indemnity limits the generality of any other indemnity.

Limitation of liability

1.3 To the maximum extent permitted by law, the Provider and its Representatives expressly:

(a) (Disclaimer of warranties) disclaim all conditions, representations and warranties (whether express or implied, statutory or otherwise) in relation to the Services, including any implied warranty of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose or non-infringement. Without limitation to the foregoing, the Provider and its Representatives make no representation, and provide no warranty or guarantee, that:

(i) the Recipient will achieve any particular results from the provision of the Services;

(ii) any particular individuals will perform the Services on behalf of the Provider; or

(iii) the Services will be:

(A) error-free or that errors or defects will be corrected; or

(B) meet the Recipient’s requirements or expectations; and

(b) (Limitation of liability) limit their aggregate liability in respect of any and all Claims for any Losses that the Recipient and/or any of its Representatives may bring against the Provider under this agreement or otherwise in respect of the Services to the following remedies (the choice of which is to be at the Provider’s sole discretion):

(i) re-supply of the Services;

(ii) payment of the costs of supply of the Services by a third party; or

(iii) the refund of any amounts paid by the Recipient to the Provider under this agreement in respect to the Services,

even if the Provider has been advised of the possibility of such Losses,

and the Recipient acknowledges and agrees that the Provider holds the benefit of this clause 10.3 for itself and as agent and trustee for and on behalf of each of its Representatives.

Force majeure

1.4 To the maximum extent permitted by law, the Provider and its Representatives expressly exclude liability for any damage and/or delay in the performance of any obligation of the Provider under this agreement where such damage or delay is caused by circumstances beyond the reasonable control of the Provider and the Provider shall be entitled to a reasonable extension of time for the performance of such obligations, and the Recipient acknowledges and agrees that the Provider holds the benefit of this clause 10.4 for itself and as agent and trustee for and on behalf of each of its Representatives.

Remedies for breach

1.5 Each party acknowledges and agrees that, in the event of any breach by the other party of the provisions of clause 7 (Confidentiality), clause 8 (Non-disparagement) or clause 12 (Non-solicitation), damages may not be an adequate remedy and the first-mentioned party may, in addition to any other remedies, obtain an injunction restraining any further violation by the other party and other equitable relief, without the necessity of showing actual damage and without any security being required, together with recovery of costs. Any Claims asserted by such other party against the first-mentioned party shall not constitute a defence in any such injunction action, application or motion.

11. Termination

Termination for breach

1.1 The Provider may terminate this agreement immediately by notice to the Recipient if an Event of Default occurs in respect of the Recipient.

1.2 If the Provider commits any material or persistent breach of this agreement, the Recipient may (but is not obliged to) provide the Provider with a notice of breach in writing. If the Provider fails to remedy the breach within 20 Business Days after the date of its receipt of such notice, the Recipient may terminate this agreement with immediate effect upon providing the Provider with a further notice of termination in writing.

Termination with notice

1.3 The Recipient may, without limitation to its rights under clause 11.2, terminate this agreement at any time by giving at least 1 month’s notice to the Provider.

1.4 The Provider may, without limitation to its rights under clause 11.1, terminate this agreement at any time by giving at least 1 month’s notice to the Recipient. The Recipient may waive all or part of such notice period.

Effect of termination

1.5 In the event of any termination of this agreement in any circumstances and for any reason whatsoever:

(a) the Recipient will remain liable to pay all Charges accrued up to and including the date of termination, whether or not invoiced prior to the date of termination; and

(b) the Provider will send to the Recipient a final invoice for the balance of any unbilled Charges accrued up to and including the date of termination and clause 5 will apply in respect thereof.

During notice period

1.6 In the event that the Provider’s engagement under this agreement is terminated upon notice by either party the Recipient may, at its absolute discretion, require the Provider to refrain from providing the Services during the relevant notice period.

Partially completed deliverables

1.7 Upon the cessation of the Provider’s engagement under this agreement, subject to payment of all outstanding Charges by the Recipient in accordance with the terms of this agreement, the Provider will deliver to the Recipient any and all partially completed deliverables that are included within the scope of the Services.

Ipso facto legislation

1.8 If any provision of this agreement is otherwise unenforceable by virtue of the operation of the Treasury Laws Amendment (2017 Enterprise Incentives No. 2) Act 2017 (Cth), upon the occurrence of an Insolvency Event in respect of a particular party, notwithstanding any other provision of this agreement, to the maximum extent permitted by law:

(a) time is of the essence in respect of all obligations of that party under this agreement (whether falling due for performance before, upon or after the occurrence of that Insolvency Event); and

(b) any breach of this agreement by that party (whether occurring before, upon or after the occurrence of that Insolvency Event), however minor, will (alone or, severally, in combination with the occurrence of that Insolvency Event) be deemed to be a material breach of this agreement,

and, if any such material breach has occurred or occurs, the parties acknowledge and agree that such provision will instead be enforceable by virtue of the occurrence of that material breach.

Accrued rights

1.9 Termination of this agreement will not affect any rights or liabilities that the parties have accrued under it prior to such termination.

Survival

1.10 The obligations of the parties under clause 7 (Confidentiality), clause 8 (Non-disparagement), clause 9 (Intellectual Property), clause 10 (Liability and remedies) (, clause 12 (Non-solicitation) and this clause 11 will survive the termination of this agreement.

12. Non-solicitation

1.1 During the Provider’s engagement with the Recipient under this agreement and for each Non-Solicitation Period thereafter, the Recipient must not, without the Provider’s prior written consent (which the Provider may withhold or delay in its absolute discretion), directly or indirectly:

(a) (non-solicitation suppliers) interfere with or disrupt, or attempt to interfere with or disrupt, any relationship, whether contractual or otherwise, between the Provider and any of the Provider’s suppliers, distributors or joint venture partners, or identified prospective suppliers, distributors or joint venture partners; or

(b) (non-solicitation of staff) induce, encourage or solicit any of the Provider’s officers, employees, contractors or agents to cease their employment, engagement or agency with the Provider.

1.2 The Recipient acknowledges and agrees that:

(a) the restraints in clause 12.1 constitute several separate covenants and restraints consisting of each of clauses 12.1(a) and (b) combined with each separate Non-Solicitation Period severally;

(b) each of those separate covenants and restraints is a fair and reasonable restraint of trade that goes no further than is reasonably necessary to protect the Provider’s goodwill and business;

(c) the Recipient has received substantial and valuable consideration for each of those separate covenants and restraints, including its receipt of the Services; and

(d) breach by the Recipient of any of those separate covenants and restraints would be unfair and calculated to damage the Provider’s goodwill and business and would lead to substantial loss to the Provider.

1.3 The parties intend the covenants and restraints under clauses 12.1 to operate to the maximum extent. If any of those separate covenants and restraints would, in the absence of this clause 12.3, be void as unreasonable for the protection of the interests of the Provider but would not be so void if any part of the wording in this clause 12 or Schedule 3 was deleted or amended, the separate covenants and restraints will apply with the minimum modifications necessary to make them effective.

13. Notices

1.1 A notice given to a party under this agreement must be:

(a) in writing in English;

(b) sent to the address, fax number or email address of the relevant party as set out in the list of parties that starts on page 3 of this agreement (or such other address, fax number or email address as the relevant party may notify to the other party from time to time); and

(c) delivered/sent either:

(i) personally;

(ii) by commercial courier;

(iii) by pre-paid post;

(iv) if the notice is to be served by post outside the country from which it is sent, by airmail;

(v) by fax; or

(vi) by e-mail.

1.2 A notice is deemed to have been received:

(a) if delivered personally, at the time of delivery;

(b) if delivered by commercial courier, at the time of signature of the courier’s receipt;

(c) if sent by pre-paid post, 48 hours from the date of posting;

(d) if sent by airmail, five days after the date of posting;

(e) if sent by fax, at the time shown in the transmission report generated by the machine from which the fax was sent; or

(f) if sent by e-mail, 4 hours after the sent time (as recorded on the sender’s e-mail server), unless the sender receives a notice from the party’s email server or internet service provider that the message has not been delivered to the party,

except that, if such deemed receipt is not within business hours (meaning 9:00 am to 5:30 pm on a Business Day), the notice will be deemed to have been received at the next commencement of business hours in the place of deemed receipt.

1.3 To prove service, it is sufficient to prove that:

(a) in the case of post – that the envelope containing the notice was properly addressed and posted;

(b) in the case of fax – the notice was transmitted to the fax number of the party; and

(c) in the case of email – the email was transmitted to the party’s email server or internet service provider.

14. General

1.1 Each party must (at its own expense, unless otherwise provided in this agreement) promptly execute and deliver all such documents, and do all such things, as any other party may from time to time reasonably require for the purpose of giving full effect to the provisions of this agreement.

Schedule 1 | Description of Services
  • Movement analysis and correction

  • Mobility and stability development

  • Strength/hypertrophy training

  • Nutritional and dietary education

  • At home exercise prescription

Schedule 2 | Standard and duties

The Provider must, in providing the Services:

  1. (Honesty and diligence) be honest and diligent and provide the Services to it to the best of its knowledge and abilities;

  2. (Standards) at all times maintain reasonable ethical, professional and technical standards;

  3. (Discrimination and harassment) not unlawfully discriminate against, sexually harass or otherwise physically or verbally abuse any person; and

  4. (Privacy) in relation to any Personal Information of any customer, client, supplier or Representative of the Recipient, any user or prospective user or any other person, comply with:

    • the Privacy Act and any guidelines, information sheets and other relevant material issued from time to time by the Commonwealth Privacy Commissioner; and

    • any approved privacy policy and procedures adopted from time to time by the Recipient.

Schedule 3 | Non-Solicitation Periods

3 months; 6 months; 9 months; 12 months

Schedule 4 | Waiver

  1. The Recipient agrees that he or she has consulted their physician or other healthcare provider before changing their diet or starting an exercise program.

  2. The Recipient understands there is a risk of injury in participating in any Services provided by the Provider.

  3. The Recipient hereby assumes full responsibility for any and all injuries, losses and damages that he or she may incur while attending, exercising or participating in any Service offered by the Provider and hereby waives all claims against the Provider.

  4. The Recipient acknowledges and agrees that he or she has read, understood and agreed to terms contained in the Provider’s Service Agreement, and that this waiver forms part of the Service Agreement entered into between the Recipient and the Provider.

  5. In agreeing to the terms of the Service Agreement, and by signing this Waiver, the Recipient further agrees and expressly acknowledges that the activity organised or conducted by the Provider has inherent dangers and risks, including risk of injury, illness or death to the Recipient.

  6. The Recipient further acknowledges and agrees that due to the nature of the activity, it would be unreasonable the Provider to be in any way responsible for any injury, illness, or death of the Recipient by his or her participation in the Services offered by the Provider.

  7. Accordingly, the Recipient agrees and acknowledges that he or she, to the full extent permitted by law, waives all of his or her legal rights of action against and fully releases the Provider for loss, damages, injury, illness or death howsoever arising out of or in relation to the Services provided by the Provider, or activities conducted or organised by the Provider including without limitation, liability for any negligent or tortious act or omission, breach of duty, breach of contract or breach of statutory duty on the part of the Provider, his employees, agents, or subcontractors.

  8. The Recipient further acknowledges and agrees that he or she has undertaken the activity freely, voluntarily and absolutely at his or her own risk and with a full appreciation of the nature and extent of all risks involved in the Services.

  9. Furthermore, the Recipient expressly acknowledges and warrants to the Provider that he or she has not in the last fourteen (14) days preceding the commencement of any Service:

  • been in contact with anyone displaying symptoms of the COVID-19 virus

  • travelled to or returned from any place where a COVID-19 outbreak occurred

  • experienced flu or cold-like symptoms

  1. This waiver must bind the participant and his or her executors.