Cavemantraining has been created by Taco Fleur and Anna Junghans in 2009. Cavemantraining has expanded from Stafford to the gym in West End and is now run at several locations by licensed Caveman Training facilities and continues to grow everyday.


After struggling with her weight as a child, Anna Junghans became inspired by fitness trainers she saw while growing up and decided to devote the rest of her life to health and fitness. She quickly established herself in the fitness world, known for her incredibly intense training style. As a health and fitness professional, she continues to push her clients harder than most trainers, relentlessly devoting herself to helping them lose weight, build muscle and improve their fitness.

Today, she holds level III and IV Certifications, and is Caveman Training Certified, a Level 1, 2 and Advanced THUMP® Boxing Instructor, Kettlebells Level 2 and a TRX Certified Trainer. She is experienced in personal training, working with both males and females, as well as with weight loss guidance, training with kettlebells, suspension training, boxing, Muay Thai, functional training, high intensity training, body combat and aerobics. She holds over 20 years of experience in the health and fitness field.

Anna’s intensity and toughness create the backbone of the programs and gyms that Cavemantraining offers.

At the same time that Anna began her leading others towards healthy living, she simultaneously went to work on her own fitness. In 2008 competed in the INBA Body Sculpting Competition. She’s competed in a variety of endurance races and multisport events and has been to Thailand many times to train in traditional Muay Thai camps.

“Let food be thy medicine & let thy medicine be food.”
“Health & Wellbeing comes from the inside out”



Although Taco Fleur has always had love for physical activity and has been active in the fitness industry since 1989, he started out professionally in the computer internet technology field. After growing up in The Netherlands, Taco spent a year in the Dutch Royal Air Force, eventually moving to Spain at the age of 19. It was there that he got into designing websites and working with computers. Two years later, at age 21, Taco decided he wanted to take on the challenge of owning his own business. He launched “Malaga IT”, an internet development and hosting company.

He knew pretty quickly that he was meant to have his own business. Since selling “Malaga IT”, he’s launched and run several companies, including the Australian Business Directory clickfind™. It was clear very early that he was always going to be an entrepreneur.

Taco’s true love and passion, however, has always lied with health and fitness. He felt the need to help others achieve their goals and change their lives. In 2004, he collaborated with Anna Junghans to bring about the fitness training organization Executive Results, which allowed him to both follow his drive to promote fitness and to respect his entrepreneurship inclinations Together, Taco and Anna designed some of the most challenging and notoriously tough boot camps in Brisbane, Australia. The camps were run in circuits, where participants, besides a handful of short water breaks, would exercise non-stop for 45 minutes. Since its inception, Executive Results opened up The TOUGH Spot, a unique gym in Brisbane, and have added personal training, Cavemantraining, hardcore workouts, boxing, Muay Thai, cross training and suspension training to its services. Executive Results is currently expanding their gyms as well as offering Cavemantraining licenses.

Taco is constantly looking for adventure and is always up for a physical challenge, even recently participating in the notoriously difficult obstacle course, Tough Mudder. In addition to working out, Taco also enjoys participating in mixed martial arts, particularly Muay Thai, in which he’s participated in one amateur fight, and is also a Brazilian Jiu Jitsu purple belt. He holds the following qualifications: CrossFit Level 1 Trainer, Kettlebells Level 2 Trainer, MMA Fitness Level 2, MMA Conditioning Level 1 and several others.

“There is nothing I love more than seeing people enjoying our programs and getting the results they’ve been wanting.”



I decided to write down the things that I find notable in my life, doing this, puts things in perspective, it all fits on one A4! I need to do more notable stuff.

f-u-stupid-laws→ Paper route at age 14

(you don’t see or hear of this anymore these days, unfortunately largely due to stupid laws which prevent teenagers from experiencing what it’s like to work for money and have responsibilities)


→ Joined the military (Dutch Royal Airforce) voluntarily at age 16

→ Moved to Spain

→ Opened first business with no previous experience

→ Walked the Camino Del Rey when it was still worth doing and dangerous

→ Went canyoning in the Sierra Nevada

→ Swam through the Camino Del Rey (El Chorro) from start to end

→ Went canyoning in the Rio Verde

→ Created an awesome son

→ Moved to the other side of the world, Australia

→ Opened second business

→ Opened third business which was the first fitness related business

→ Opened first gym

→ Completed Caveman Training Course

→ Opened second gym

→ Trekked up Mt Sapa, the highest mountain in Vietnam

→ Completed Plyometrics course

→ Ran up Mt Warning in Australia

→ Completed PUNCH Boxing For Fitness

→ Participated in the 100k Bribie Island Multi Sport race

→ Participated in Hells Bells 24 hour adventure race

→ Completed MMA Conditioning Level 1

→ Completed Tough Mudder (the toughest event on the planet, but not really)

→ Completed CrossFit Level 1 Trainer

→ Completed Kettlebell Level II Trainer

→ Muay Thai amateur fight

→ Competed in several BJJ tournaments and obtained Gold and Silver

→ Completed MMA Fitness Level II

→ Moved to Vietnam

→ Opened third gym in Vietnam

→ Moved to Thailand

→ Completed Kettlebell Science and Application

→ Moved to Spain

→ Completed IKFF CKT Lvl 1

Did lots of other cool stuff, visiting many waterfalls, trained at different muay thai camps, trekked through many forest, swam through many streams and rivers. And now, plenty more to come.

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