Professional Australian gymnast coach Morgan Rose Moroney is one of the famous social media influencers who posts content related to fitness, travel, and lifestyle.
Short-Bio Of Morgan Rose Moroney
Morgan Rose Moroney was born under the birth sign Sagittarius on December 16, 1996, in Brisbane, Australia. She was raised by a single mother after the divorce of her parents. Her mother is a professional interior designer.
Regarding education, she went to Lourdes Hill College in years 2014( Catholic day school for girls located outside Brisbane). After this, she joined Griffith University for receiving a double degree in Psychological Science and Exercise Science, however, later on, dropped out and started working as a gymnast coach.
Personal Life: Married, Dating, Affairs
The 24 yaers old, Morgan Rose Moroney is not married but she is in a dating relationship with a professional bodybuilder, Steve Cook(who is 12 yaers older than her) since 2019.
Talking about their love story, they first met each other in a store event six years before where Steve was a guest. At that time, Morgan was accompanied by her then-boyfriend.
In January 2019 they met at the Gym Shark event and at that time also they were dating someone else. Again after four months, they met in the event and eventually started dating and since then going very strong.
Her Net Worth and Career
Morgan Rose Moroney has earned a decent amount wroth from her career as a gymnast coach. As of 2020, her net worth is estimated to be around $500,000. In Australia, the fitness coach gets paid around $20 per hour, so she also might be getting her salary in the same range.
Also, she adds a decent amount from brand endorsement in her social media profile. As per the data of IMH, she is supposed to get paid around $2,105.25 - $3,508.75 per endorsement post.
While talking about her career in detail, she showed her interest in gymnastics when she was only six years old and her parents also noticed it sent to an elite training program.
Later on, she started doing acrobatics for 30-40 hours a week. Well, all hard work paid off as her team was able to win at a state in eight nations.
These days she is working as a coach at the Art of Motion Pursuit of Movement. Also, she was part of the reality show, Ultimate Beastmaster in its third season which aired on Netflix’s sports. However, she was eliminated after she missed the jump to the obstacle called The Rack.
by samriddhi, 19 Jan, 2021