Group training

Group exercise training is where like minded individuals whom all have a similar exercise goal come together in one location for a specified period of time, with one or two trainers to complete an exercise class. There are group exercise training classes for beginners, mums and bubs, women only, the super fit and mixed. There are myriad of choices, you just need to find the right one for you.

Group exercising under the guidance of a trainer can be very beneficial for both the individual and the group, primarily because you receive constant encouragement and motivation. Generally, when an individual trains by themselves, they can fall into the habit of loosing motivation, forget to push themselves to the next level or quite simply "skip corners" and only do half as much as they thought they would. When people start working out as a group their stamina increases and the group itself encourages and pushes individual members to achieve their goals.

Group training is less expensive than training one-on-one with a personal trainer. Often people join a group exercise class as it helps them commit to an exercise routine. Group training can also assit with your physical and mental wellbeing.

So, what are you waiting for, give group exercise training a go. You will not only increase your fitness, but you will find companionship by making new friends and laughing along the way.

What our members say

Dean's Testimonial
Dean

I started going to combat and aerobics with my wife, no coordination and no balance, 3 years on I still have no coordination or balance but I have fun and I have lost 17lbs in weight. People I have not seen for ages comment on how slim I look. I never though I would enjoy fitness this much. What's… Read more.

Martin's Testimonial
Martin

I joined my first group exercise class a few years ago and the thing that struck me was how many different age groups there was and how friendly everyone is. Not only do we workout together we socialise and go to events as a team. I recommend Group Fitness. Read more.