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Group Fitness

Join one of our group fitness classes and have fun working out. UNSW Fitness & Aquatic Centre is a great community of people who share your goals of looking and feeling fantastic. Our trainers will support you and help keep you accountable to meet your fitness goals. So bring along a fitness buddy and come workout with us today!

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We have a variety of group fitness classes on offer – so there’s sure to be something for everyone:

LesMills-BodyPump

WHY BODYPUMP?®

Participants do weights to get strong, do BODYPUMP® to get ripped!  Instead of running on a treadmill for cardio where you may burn muscle mass as fuel, you can boost your heart rate in BODYPUMP® by doing lighter weights and higher reps. That way you can burn fat and even build upon your muscle mass for that ripped look you’re after.

The fastest way for you to lose weight and tone up is by incorporating full body weights to your routine. You can start off light, focusing on technique, then build up your strength as you go. The best part is, by increasing your lean muscle mass you will increase your Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) meaning you will burn more calories on the days you DON’T train. Doesn’t that sound great?

WHAT IS BODYPUMP®

This 45 -minute workout challenges all your major muscle groups by using the best weight room exercises like squats, presses, lifts and curls. Great music and your choice of weight to inspire you to get the results you came for – and fast!

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WHY SPRINTTM?

  • Build lean muscle and train your body to burn fat
  • Faster cardio results than with steady state training
  • Burn calories for hours after your workout
  • Short and intense – all done in 30 minutes

LES MILLS SPRINTTM is a High -Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) workout, using an indoor bike to achieve fast results.
It’s a quick and hard style of training that returns rapid results with minimum joint impact.
In SPRINTTM you will smash your fitness goals and burn calories for hours after each workout.

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WHY RPMTM?:

If you want results and the motivation to help you get there, RPMTM is one of the best classes for you. Studies show that you will get 60-80% better results by doing an RPMTM class compared to doing your own cardio workout. This program is scientifically designed to give you the benefit of interval training by hitting all types of terrain. If you’re a conditioned athlete, you can always challenge yourself and push yourself to the limit in RPMTM. If you’re not, you can work at your own pace and gradually increase the intensity over a few weeks. This is one of the best programs to get you started and get you on the right track to achieve your goals quickly.

WHAT IS RPMTM?:

RPMTM is the indoor cycling workout where you ride to the rhythm of powerful music. Take on the terrain with your inspiring team coach who leads the pack through hills, flats, mountain peaks, time trials, and interval training. Discover your athlete within – sweat and burn to reach your endorphin high.

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WHY BODYATTACK®?

BODYATTACK® is the fastest way to get fit. If you enjoy sports like soccer, rugby, and netball, this is the perfect program for you. Build up cardio, agility, and plyometric power through sports-inspired conditioning drills. If you enjoy sport but it’s been a while since you’ve played, stick with the low options at first and even sit out track 4 and track 9 then gradually increase your fitness. Bring out your inner athlete with BODYATIACK®

WHAT IS BODYATTACK®?

This high-energy interval training class combines athletic aerobic movements with strength and stabilization exercises. Dynamic instructors and powerful music motivate everyone towards their fitness goals. No matter what your fitness level, you’ll get fit, stay fit and get fitter!

Yoga

WHY YOGA?

  • Yoga is an ancient form of exercise that focuses on strength, flexibility and breathing to boost physical and mental wellbeing. The main components of yoga are postures.
  • Yoga is known for its ability to soothe tension and anxiety in the mind and body. But it can also have an impact on a person’s exercise capacity.

boxing

WHY BOXING?

Top Benefits of Boxing. Enhanced Cardiovascular Health. You hear it all the time: You need to do cardio to protect yourself from heart disease, burn calories, and lose or maintain your weight. Improved total body strength, better hand-eye coordination, decreased stress and improved body composition.

zumba

WHY ZUMBA?

Zumba is a fitness program that combines Latin and international music with dance moves. Routines incorporate interval training —alternating fast and slow rhythms—to help improve cardiovascular fitness. It’s fun. The more you enjoy your exercise routine, the more likely you are to stick with it. Many people say they have so much fun dancing that they forget they are actually exercising.

HIIT

WHY HIIT?

  • You want serious results FAST!
  • Just 30 minutes session of HIIT a week is equal to 9 hours of you doing your own thing on the gym floor or on cardio equipment.
  • HIIT is proven to target your fast twitch fibers to help build serious strength and power.
  • HIIT is proven to produce growth hormone to help you gain size or shred fat.

AQUA

WHY AQUA?

  • Aquatic Fitness is defined as activities performed in the water that promote and enhance physical and mental fitness…. Shallow water programming is performed in waist to chest depth. The feet remain in contact with the pool bottom during most of the workout providing a low impact training option.
  • is excellent for losing weight. It provides a good cardio routine, and, as we all know, cardio is very important for weight loss, while the resistance Water provides only further enhances all your weight–loss efforts.

WHY FUNCTIONAL 360

WHY FUNCTIONAL 360?

  • Functional training is a term used to describe exercises that help you perform activities in everyday life more easily. These exercises typically use the whole body — definitely multiple muscles — and emphasize core strength and stability.
  • There are seven basic movements the human body can perform, and all other exercises are merely variations of these seven: Pull, Push, Squat, Lunge, Hinge, Rotation and Gait.