Sports Exercise & Science
November 16, 2012
AussieFit offers two inexpensive membership options starting at basic Fit which is $4.95 a week. Includes Full-club access includes strength, cardio and free weights. Each is designed to fit your schedule and budget. BasicFit plus Includes all “BasicFit privileges” “PLUS Aussie-style world-class Group Fitness” including: BodyPump, Cycling, Zumba, and more! From $6.89 a week and for just $5 extra per week, you can add on your choice of the “Little Nippers Kids’ Club” or “Unlimited Touch less Tanning.”
There are several weights that are available mostly all the basic equipment, the site does not reveal too much information regarding weights. There are also several programs like: “Zumba Fitness” a Latin-inspired dance-fitness that blends international music, created by Grammy Award-winning producers. “Body Attack” which is a sports inspired cardio workout that builds strength and stamina. Its a high-intensity program is designed to a wide range of fitness levels and ages. The possibility of using low-impact and low-intensity options throughout the class allows new participants to enjoy the class alongside very fit individual.
Also “Body Combat” which is a unique, Martial Arts-based workout that’s designed for people looking to boost cardio fitness and benefit from total body conditioning. Primarily for fun, this workout is particularly for youthful, sociable individuals who are likely to attend classes with friends. “Body flow” a workout which combines Yoga, Tai Chi and Pilates and is designed for those looking to improve general fitness, relax and reduce stress, increase mental clearness and to get a sense of well-being. It requires low-level coordination and is particularly popular with the more mature market.
There is also “Body Jam” which puts together the latest dance moves and the hottest new sounds and is designed for the young and young at...
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