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20 METRE RUNNING TRACK: An Olympic quality running track perfect for those who are preparing for a beep test as part of a physical entrance exam for the Police Force or Defence Force, or for improving sports performance or general conditioning.
KETTLEBELLS: Kettlebells are a deceptively simple piece of equipment, yet they incorporate a full complement of cardiovascular, resistance and weight control benefits. They will improve strength, stamina, flexibility and core strength.
BOSU: A Bosu looks like a Swissball cut in half. Bosu training is about expanding movement capabilities, reshaping bodies and strengthening minds. It's used for training balance, enhancing flexibility and core strength, building total body strength, and fine‐tuning skills for sport.
TRX: Taking bodyweight training to the next level. TRX suspension training builds total body strength, balance, flexibility and core stability for people of all fitness levels.
SWISSBALL: Using a Swissball will improve posture, balance and core strength. It will also increase muscle strength, endurance and flexibility.
CABLES: Cables are a unique kind of functional equipment, in that you can perform exercise with minimal shear force through the spine. This makes cable exercises perfect for people with back injury. Working with cables will improve core strength, flexibility, and total body strength.
FREE WEIGHTS: Training with free weights improves strength. Unlike machines, free weights allow for a full range of movement, which in turn improves flexibility.
We'd love to meet you and give you a tour of our fantastic studio! Call us today on (03) 9387 0800 to organise a no-obligation chat.
Did you know people gain an average of 4 Kilograms over the Christmas period.
Want to avoid the weight gain trap call us now on 9387 0800 for a health consultation.
Drinking at least one and a half litres of water a day is essential for weight loss and good health. The actual amount of water you should be drinking is your weight in kilos times 0.033, for example if your weight is 65kg, the amount of water you should be drinking each day is 65*0.033=2.14 litres per day. This is your ideal water intake.