Boutique fitness studios are the hottest thing in fitness right now globally and the best are starting in Sydney.
We bring you in-depth reviews of the very latest, and tell you what you will get for your money- and your body.
The F45 craze has grown exponentially since its inception in 2004, (you can read the story about the fir5st F45 in Paddington here).
The business is now in 33 Countries growing immensely worldwide as an effective and quick HIIT workout alternative (Studies show HIIT is the most efficient way to workout, click here for more information) . Recently, F45 has been valued at 450 million dollars and has 1300 studios worldwide.
With almost every suburb in Sydney now having a franchised F45 in its vicinity there is no wonder why the training group has become a well-known fitness figure in the community. Although, with classes growing in numbers it is beginning to become overpopulated as some would say. As much as it is a hard and effective workout option the prices are becoming significantly larger than other gyms available on the market. You can read more about F45 here.
Visit F45 online and book a free trial today!
Orange Fitness has been the fastest growing Boutique Fitness Club in America for some years. It is a franchise based in Florida. The concept is sciencebased group personal training fitness classes that last 60 minutes.
And the fitness is all based on your heart rate. Members wear heart monitors throughout the class and watch their heart rate go up and down in a screen. The idea is to reach the orange zone, hence the name.
Training is high intensity interval workouts with both cardiovascular and strength training.
Visit Orangetheory fitness today to book in a trial.
12RND was established by Tim West in 2016 and is predicted to be the next big thing in circuit training. Currently there are eight studios in Sydney.
Essentially, the concept of 12RND is a circuit workout that incorporates weights, cardio machines and boxing taping in the anaerobic and aerobic systems. The circuit workout lasts three-minutes on each interval followed by a one-minute rest, similarly to the F45 concept of working intensely for the entirety of the workout.
The main difference to F45 is the addition of boxing to the workouts as it adds a bit of diversity to the weights and cardio workouts for those that are regulars at other gyms.
It is reasonably priced with the business constantly having promos such as 28 days for $28 for new clients, it is an affordable yet effective workout that sees rapid weightless results.
Visit 12RND online today to register for a free trial or 6 week challenge.
Beat Body is a 45 minute workout session conceptualised in Sydney, said to be the new F45 (read more about in this article). The workout takes place in a room that feels much like a night club – dark with flashing lights and uplifting loud music. Sessions focus on either Beat – floor workouts Boxing or Body – equipment.
The positives are that time flies very fast, and 45 minutes is a good amount of time to get the heart rate up, have a great workout and not destroy yourself.
Occasionally classes include a run around the block, so every sessions is different. Click here for more info from our previous piece on Beauty Body.
For a more relaxing yet whole body, burning workout KXpilates is an option. There are currently three studios in Sydney. The business was started in 2010 by Aaron Smith with a networth of $20 Million Aud in 2018.
Essentially, KXpilates is a variation of reformerpilates that uses a loaded spring bench to engage the muscles and core whilst burning other parts of the body.
It is a nice gentle break from F45 and 12RND as it is a calmer environment and not at all as high in intensity or HIIT, so acts as a nice form of exercise if you are after a relaxing workout.
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