Gym Circuit Course.

If you feel that you need more of a challenge than your current exercise regime, more variety in your routine, on want to try something new, our Gym Circuit Course may be of benefit for you.

This action packed 45-minute class run weekly over 8 weeks will help keep you moving, challenge your strength, train your technique and most importantly have you exercising with confidence under the supervision of our allied health professionals.

The key to our Gym Circuit Course is variety! The exercises in each class will vary and care will be taken to ensure all exercises prescribed are in line with your physical capacity.

You can join this course providing you have no serious mobility issues or health conditions. Please read more about our Gym classes if you require a personalized exercise programme.

What to Expect

The course begins with your very own Screening Assessment with your instructor, and this is followed by 8 weeks of classes. Measurements and baseline fitness tests will be taken at the start and end of the course to evaluate your achievements.

The course is limited to a small number of participants to allow for maximum 1:1 attention and advice in each class.

Upcoming Gym Circuit Course Dates

Upcoming Course Starts: Saturday 9th June 10.30 – 11.15am. Register for the course by calling 8373 5655.

Duration: 8 weeks

Instructor: Mel Teo

Location: Malvern

How to Book

To book into an upcoming Gym Circuit Course, you can:

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