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Mix it up for max­i­mum re­sults with this in­no­va­tive train­ing tech­nique

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F45 Bund­aberg brings a whole new level in fit­ness to the re­gion

WITH our fast-paced lives, keep­ing our bod­ies in shape and healthy can be eas­ily for­got­ten.

Kieran and Ni­cole Quinn are show­ing clients the time for ex­cuses is over and pro­vid­ing them with real op­tions for a work­out to suit their life­style.

The proof is in the many rave re­views on F45 Train­ing Bund­aberg’s Face­book page, which high­light friendly, help­ful and ex­pe­ri­enced train­ers with work­outs that suit all fit­ness lev­els and the best at­mos­phere.

Ni­cole said when it comes to F45 Bund­aberg it is sim­ple – F45 Train­ing is the new train­ing tech­nique leav­ing com­pe­ti­tion and clients gasp­ing for air.

“F45 is the most in­no­va­tive, chal­leng­ing and sys­temised team train­ing work­out in the world and it is easy to see why many celebri­ties are step­ping up for this style of train­ing,” she said.

“Our mem­bers re­ceive the ob­vi­ous ben­e­fits from a new work­out every day, rev­o­lu­tion­ary in-stu­dio tech­nol­ogy and be­ing part of a real com­mu­nity through the world’s fastest-grow­ing fit­ness net­work.

“For Kieran and I we have de­vel­oped a real sense of com­mu­nity through F45 Bund­aberg and with our spe­cial­ist eight-week de­fine chal­lenges be­cause we want to be able to help our mem­bers achieve their goals with the sup­port of F45 and other chal­lenge mem­bers from around the globe.”

The F45 con­cept is sim­ple – the stu­dio of­fers a 45-minute high-in­ten­sity, cir­cuit-train­ing work­out class for its mem­bers.

There are 27 dif­fer­ent 45-minute work­outs to en­sure the va­ri­ety and flex­i­bil­ity mem­bers need to re­main in­spired and 45 min­utes is only three per cent of your day.

With classes any­where from 27 to 45 mem­bers a class, you can use the specif­i­cally de­signed heart rate tech­nol­ogy Lion­heart to trace your progress from the mo­ment you walk into the stu­dio.

The name says it all – the F stands for func­tional train­ing while the 45 stands for the to­tal time of all of its classes.

Kieran said F45 breaks the mould be­tween go­ing to the gym and Cross-Fit, which is why F45 is so pop­u­lar.

“We aren’t the typ­i­cal gym, we do classes and the only mir­rors we have are in the shower,” he said.

“Forty-five min­utes of func­tional train­ing ex­er­cises, you have two train­ers mo­ti­vat­ing you, spot­ting you and mak­ing sure ev­ery­one’s en­joy­ing it.

“This is where we lead the com­pe­ti­tion.”

With sev­eral mon­i­tors to dis­play how to do each ex­er­cise and the help of the two train­ers, there is no chance of any­one get­ting lost dur­ing the ses­sions.

“Af­ter an in­tro­duc­tion and an in­jury check clients are then taught every ex­er­cise and its ap­pro­pri­ate tech­nique,” Kieran said.

“The fit­ness in­dus­try is an im­mense, thriv­ing, multi-bil­lion-dol­lar global in­dus­try and there are seem­ingly end­less amount of dif­fer­ent types of train­ing fa­cil­i­ties, all with their own perks and ben­e­fits.

“We are def­i­nitely keep­ing up with the de­mand for new and vary­ing train­ing styles and per­son­alised in­struc­tion to help our mem­bers reach their health and fit­ness goals.”

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F45 Bund­aberg is more than just a gym to its mem­bers. PHOTO:

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