Central Coast Mariners defender Bojic a busy man

Central Coast Mariners combines patrolling the wings of A-League grounds around Australia with pushing people to reach personal fitness goals.

Central Coast Mariners combines patrolling the wings of A-League grounds around Australia with pushing people to reach personal fitness goals.

The 26-year old right-back still works as a personal trainer and admits, although it is tough to concentrate fully on his job, he loves what he does.

“I fit the personal training in whenever I can, before or after training or during days off, it works,” Bojic told the Express Advocate.

“At times it gets full-on but I make it happen. My priority is the Mariners so I try to spread the personal training sessions out. You’ve got to be smart about it.”

Bojic admits seeing people reach all sorts of fitness levels is satisfying and says he is committed to both walks of life he undertakes.

“I get a kick out of seeing people achieve their goals,” he added.

“I’m dedicated to playing and my work as a personal trainer.”

Central Coast are not in action this weekend as they have the bye but will return to the A-League fold on Wednesday, October 20 with an away game against the Brisbane Roar.