Winter’s well and truly here, and it can be hard to stay motivated to continue with your fitness regime when it’s so cold outside. However, there are some fresh and fun ways to stay fit throughout the harsh Adelaide winter. Here are five of our faves – time to get moving!
Looking for a whole-body workout that tones your muscles and burns serious calories? Hot yoga could be the answer – and it’s an awesome way to defrost your cold-stiffened joints too! Hot Yoga Life features a variety of classes held in rooms heated to a maximum of 35 degrees, designed to significantly boost your strength and flexibility. A one-off class costs just $18, and package deals are available.
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Who said swimming was just for summer? Boasting a state-of-the-art pool that stays heated all the year round, Largs Bay Swim Centre is the perfect place to practise your strokes in the colder months. It’s great for both kids and adults, and casual entry will only set you back $7.50. Whether you’re stopping by for a quick dip or a special “aqua aerobics” session, you’re in for a clean, safe and splendidly awesome time.
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Barre workouts have taken the fitness world by storm, and for very good reason. They provide a fun, challenging and highly addictive workout, mixing up ballet, dance and pilates to phenomenal effect. Xtend Barre offers 55-minute classes that’ll keep you lean, toned and flexible, and new clients get 14 days of unlimited sessions for a mere $49. So why not give it a try?
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Let’s be real – if you want to learn how to eat lightning and crap thunder, winter is the time to do it. Boxing is a high-intensity workout that will warm you up from the inside out, and if you’re interested in practising your jabs and uppercuts, the Hendon Boxing Club is the place to be. They provide a friendly, welcoming environment for casual classes ($15) or personal training sessions ($50), so you can channel your inner Rocky Balboa no matter if you’re an old pro or you still can’t tell your left glove from your right.
“Not your average boxing gym. Choose boxing for fitness, boxing for competition, or anywhere in between. Great music & great people. I’m in my 40s now but thanks to Tractor, I’m the fittest I’ve ever been – plus I have learnt to love the most challenging sport of them all!” – hlk
You haven’t tried a spin class ‘til you’ve paid Ergo Cycling Fitness a visit. The bikes here use cutting-edge “Zwift” software to work out a tailored exercise program for each individual, which means you’ll be achieving your specific aims in no time. You can toddle on down for a free introductory session where all this will be sorted out, and then it’s time to get those little legs pumping!
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