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Group Classes

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Core

This class is designed to build and strengthen your core muscle groups while improving posture through performing a variety of exercises that strengthen the abdomen and back muscles and increase flexibility. More than just sit-ups, our instructors use a mix of bodyweight exercises and small equipment like bands, weights, kettlebells, medicine balls to create a workout that will help improve your day to day life or sports performance Pilates

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Pilates

Pilates is based on the principles of strength, flexibility, breathing and control. In each class you will move mindfully to explore the range of motion of your body under different loads and tension. Pilates can be a low impact introduction to exercise for beginners or an excellent supplement to optimise other training.

Metabolic Conditioning

Metabolic Training or Metcon is the perfect blend of skill, strength and stamina. Using elements of Olympic lifting, gymnastics and metabolic stress principles your coach will guide you through a challenging but fun experience.

Each class is split into two components: a 20-minute strength or technique block which focuses on maximal lifts or learning a new skill followed by a 30-minute high intensity workout of varied metabolic and functional training such as rowing, jumps, bodyweight or gymnastic movements.

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Performance Lifting

This class is a classic resistance training method. It’s scalable for beginners and advanced gym goers with each exercise done to the level of the individual. We run 3 lifting classes per day/6 days a week so each week is coordinated to incorporate exercises for all areas of the body through all ranges of motion. Each session is made up of different ranges of exercises, rep ranges, rest periods, tempo and sets where the aim of the class is to teach participants a safe and effective ways to lift weight which translates to large improvements in both strength, body composition and preventing injury in your day to day life.

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HIIT

High-intensity interval training (HIIT) is an efficient way of increasing your cardio fitness without the monotony of a treadmill. Participants use a variety of movements to create periods of high heart rate effort. These are separated by rest periods to allow relative recovery. The aim of a HIIT class to work hard for a short and sharp amount of time.

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Athletic Development

Athletic development refers to improving expression of the fitness you have attained through your conditioning. 

In this class you will use your strength, power and cardiovascular capacity to perform athletic movements such as sprints, change of direction, jumps, gymnastic skills or olympic lifting.

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Recovery

After a hard week of training we offer this class as a good way to ease any of your aches and pains and get you ready for the week ahead.  During this Sunday class, trainers will run through a range of stretches, pain/tension relief techniques and low intensity exercises to start the recovery process and wind down after the week that has occurred.

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Over 65s

The demographic of our population who are the least active are those over 65 years of age. They are also the group who have the most to benefit from just a slight increase in activity levels. Our classes for over 65s are a fun environment with an emphasis on capacity building. Each participant is individually screened by our exercise physiologist and given a personalised program to follow. Membership for these classes is just $20/week.

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Mums & Bubs

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Our Mums & Bubs group classes are a highlight of the week.

While bub is supervised safely (or sometimes included in the workout), our mums are taken through a series of movements and exercises designed to achieve specific benefits.

1. Reduce pain and stiffness 

2. Increase strength in functional movement

3. Improve body confidence, and resilience

4. Be social!