New beat to stay­ing fit

Joondalup Times - - BUSINESS -

A JOONDALUP gym aims to change the fit­ness game by com­bin­ing fit­ness, fun and cinema in one venue.

David and Am­ber Lewis opened beat­sGX on Oc­to­ber 9, where classes are a mix of strength, mind-body, dance, ath­letic train­ing and com­bat taught by fit­ness in­struc­tors and on the big screen by in­struc­tors world­wide.

The dark­ened stu­dio com­bined with club light­ing, sound sys­tem and large cin­e­matic fit­ness screen aim to cre­ate an at­mos­phere to strip away all in­hi­bi­tion, of­fer­ing a fun way to stay healthy and ex­er­cise.

Mr Lewis has trav­elled the world look­ing at and help­ing fit­ness op­er­a­tors im­prove their busi­nesses.

The for­mer Les Mills Asia Pa­cific chief ex­ec­u­tive saw a gap in the Perth mar­ket for classes de­liv­ered in an in­no­va­tive way.

“Through­out the past nine years I have seen thou­sands of clubs, pro­grams and in­struc­tors and I am bring­ing all that ex­pe­ri­ence to beat­sGX,” he said.

“It’s hard for a lot of peo­ple to get mo­ti­vated to keep fit, so cre­at­ing a fun way to get peo­ple ex­cited about fit­ness has been in­spir­ing.”

The Royce Court gym is open to all ages, shapes and sizes and has no gym floor.


Am­ber and David Lewis are the own­ers of beat­sGX group fit­ness stu­dio.

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