He wasn’t wearing his Deadly Ninja sluggers but Jack Wilson still impressed when he visited Mackay Base Hospital.
Jack caught up with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health workers and visited patients during his visit to promote the benefits of being fit and healthy.
The Deadly Ninja is a proud Kalkadoon man from North West Queensland and on his father’s side is Aboriginal/Asian and his mother’s side is Welsh/Australian.
“My background and family give me the passion and desire to fulfilling everything that I possibly want in life and are the reason why I hold my values close to my heart. My family has always been sport and fitness orientated, growing up I was immersed in a number of team sports but especially loved watching my dad do free weights and pull ups at home,” he said.
“Around the age of 21 I found myself leaning towards the Calisthenics style of training after continuously watching amazing bodyweight athletes on social media, I decided to become one of them.”