Fitness FAQs

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Below you will find some of the most frequently asked questions about working out in our gym.

If you have a question that isn't below just ask one of our friendly staff who are always at hand to answer any question you may have.

What do I need to bring to the gym when working out?

For a good gym workout there are a few essential items to bring with you such as a water bottle, a towel and a great attitude!

What do I need to wear for my workout?

Runners, comfortable, free-moving clothing such as shorts or tracksuit pants or leggings and a singlet or t-shirt. We won’t judge you for your active wear!

How can I get a gym program designed just for me?

All you need to do is book an appointment through customer service or with one of our expert gym staff and they'll lock in a time for you to meet and get one sorted for you.

Do you offer re-assessment in the gym?

Yes, as part of our service to our members, members can book in to see our qualified trainers as regularly as they wish. We recommended every 6-8 weeks.

How do I book for a group exercise class?

All group fitness classes require bookings to be made via the Online Client Portal.

Do I need to be fit to do personal training?

Not at all. Our personal trainers are here to help you improve your fitness levels and encourage your exercise routine.

Who should I speak to if I have any questions?

Anyone.  All our staff are able to help you with any query you might have or at least point you in the right direction.  There is always someone in attendance ready to assist.

How often should I workout?

Generally speaking, 3-4 times a week for 30 minutes is what everyone should aspire to.  The type of workout and regularity really depends on your health and fitness goals and a number of factors need to be considered.  If you have concerns about not exercising enough, or too much, you can speak with one of our Health Club trainers.  If you have existing medical conditions you should speak with your medical practitioner.  Keep in mind that any exercise is better than none.