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MEET ADAM

HELLO

My Name is Adam Pedicini 

Growing up in the vibrant city of Melbourne, my childhood was marked by the separation of my parents.

In the midst of this, my youthful exuberance and boundless energy were complemented by an undiagnosed ADHD that would later shape much of my journey.

my true Story

My escape and solace came through the great outdoors. Camping trips along the southeastern coast of Australia were my earliest memories. Little did I know that these ventures, initiated by my parents, would become the canvas upon which my life's passions would be painted.

The introduction of my stepfather, a Whitewater kayak instructor, added a new dimension. Adventures in Whitewater kayaking and camping in the wilderness became defining chapters of my early years. But it wasn't just about the thrill of the outdoors; it was about the resilience and commitment to healthy living that my mother personified, and the creativity my stepfather infused into our adventures.

As my journey unfolded, mandatory outdoor programs in school revealed a natural affinity for the outdoors. At 14, during those school camps, I found myself not just a participant but a teacher, guiding classmates on setting up tents. Little did I know that this would be the prelude to a lifetime of teaching—first, as I worked at the local YMCA, coaching basketball and lifeguarding, and later progressing to personal training.

The mid-30s brought an awakening. I wanted to fully understand and embrace every aspect of myself. This period of self-discovery led to the diagnosis of ADHD, the unraveling of relationships, and a reevaluation of the narratives I had been telling myself. There was a sense of shame around my perceived lack of intelligence, a realization that demanded acceptance and change.

my true Story

Growing up in the vibrant city of Melbourne, my childhood was marked by the separation of my parents. In the midst of this, my youthful exuberance and boundless energy were complemented by an undiagnosed ADHD that would later shape much of my journey.

My escape and solace came through the great outdoors. Camping trips along the southeastern coast of Australia were my earliest memories. Little did I know that these ventures, initiated by my parents, would become the canvas upon which my life's passions would be painted.

The introduction of my stepfather, a Whitewater kayak instructor, added a new dimension. Adventures in Whitewater kayaking and camping in the wilderness became defining chapters of my early years. But it wasn't just about the thrill of the outdoors; it was about the resilience and commitment to healthy living that my mother personified, and the creativity my stepfather infused into our adventures.

As my journey unfolded, mandatory outdoor programs in school revealed a natural affinity for the outdoors. At 14, during those school camps, I found myself not just a participant but a teacher, guiding classmates on setting up tents. Little did I know that this would be the prelude to a lifetime of teaching—first, as I worked at the local YMCA, coaching basketball and lifeguarding, and later progressing to personal training.

The mid-30s brought an awakening. I wanted to fully understand and embrace every aspect of myself. This period of self-discovery led to the diagnosis of ADHD, the unraveling of relationships, and a reevaluation of the narratives I had been telling myself. There was a sense of shame around my perceived lack of intelligence, a realization that demanded acceptance and change.

PROFESSIONAL WORLD TOOK TWISTS AND TURN

MY JOURNEY

My journey into the professional world took twists and turns. From a sports administration course to becoming an outdoor education assistant, and later pursuing my passion for the performing arts, I found my way into a dance career that spanned 13 years. The stages of London, cruise ships, and travels around the world were my backdrop.

Yet, as my dance career waned, I discovered a new calling—personal training. Acting more vigorously, I moved to the United States with my wife, where we set up a life and welcomed two beautiful daughters.

Adventure Fit wasn't a planned venture; it emerged from recognizing the transformative power of personal experiences. Blending years of self-development, physical challenges, and a profound connection with people, Adventure Fit aims to guide others on their unique journey.


MY MANTRA

Wellness and adventure, to me, are about finding joy in simplicity. The mantra "adventure isn't what you do, it's how you think" underscores my philosophy. Preserving the inner child and the joy of exploration as we age are values I hold dear.

The turning point came in the discovery of a 240-mile race in Moab, Utah. Running for almost four days straight was a soul-searching and rewarding experience that revealed untapped potential and a desire to offer more.

The current mission is clear—to help individuals rediscover their sense of adventure. By simplifying life's complexities and unleashing the boundless joy of exploration, Adventure Fit is more than a program; it's an invitation to embrace wellness through a personal journey of discovery.


Join me in this adventure—a journey that transcends physical challenges, embraces simplicity, and celebrates the profound joy of exploration.