Work It: Sydney’s No-Chill Winter Workouts

From peddling to dodgeball, you’ll find no shortage of cool ways to stay active this winter in Sydney. So laugh in the face of the cold weather with these awesome indoor workouts.

Bikram Yoga

Image credit: Bikram Yoga Darlinghurst Facebook
Image credit: Bikram Yoga Darlinghurst Facebook

Bikram Yoga Darlinghurst

Darlinghurst

You might have noticed the hot yoga trend that’s popped up in recent years, and the colder months are the perfect time to experience it for yourself. Bikram is the original style of hot yoga, consisting of various stretches and breathing exercises in a room heated to a toasty 40 degrees. Bikram Yoga Darlinghurst is great for newcomers, offering 30 days of unlimited yoga for $39. Give it a go, and escape the winter chill while also building flexibility and strength.

“I was refereed by a friend, I never tired Bikram yoga before this and thought it sounded interesting so I gave it a try. At first I was a little shy but the teachers and great, they are super friendly, if you struggle with a position they are there to help and they actually do help. The studio doesn’t smell, the people who attend are super friendly as well, loved this place and will be back!” – Elsa_P

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Ninja Warrior Course

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Image credit: Skyzone Facebook

Sky Zone Miranda

Miranda

Tucked away in the Sky Zone trampoline centre, the Enduro Ninja Warrior Course is an awesome way to work up a sweat, whatever the weather. You can run, swing, scrabble, slide, jump and climb your way across a host of obstacles, and it costs just twenty bucks for a one-hour session. Pop down and find out what you’re made of!

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Spin Classes

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Youtopia Fitness Studio

Rushcutters Bay

A swanky private gym where natural, wholesome methods reign supreme, Youtopia is a lovely environment in which to keep fit and challenge yourself. The spin classes here are really good, with friendly instructors, uplifting music and a beautifully clean and modern space in which to pump your little legs. They’re only $12 per class too, so it’s well worth investigating this winter.

“Youtopia is the total antithesis of the testosterone gyms that we have come to hate. The atmosphere is calm & the one on one training is personally tailored to your fitness level & ability. You will be worked hard but somehow it’s not a chore. My fitness level has improved considerably & I have even come to enjoy the sessions.” – NJ56

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Heated Swimming

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Image credit: Andrew Charlton Pools Facebook

Andrew (Boy) Charlton Swimming Pool

Sydney

Few things in this world are as pleasant as a heated swimming pool, especially when the winter chill settles in. The ABC pool demonstrates this wonderfully, with toasty water, gorgeous views of Woolloomooloo Bay, and loads of room to practise your strokes. It’s been a Sydney icon for more than a hundred years, and you’ll only have to fork out $6.50 to gain entry to the pool.

“Great all round outdoor pool. Clean, good parking availability, cafe, view and great if you are meeting friends with kids.” – Hot Dog

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Dodgeball

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Image credit: Dodgeball Sydney Facebook

Dodgeball Sydney

Five Dock

Thanks to the talents of Vince Vaughn and Ben Stiller, the noble sport of dodgeball captured the hearts of an entire generation. And trust us – the old “dodge, duck, dip, dive and… dodge” is a great way to stay warm. Dodgeball Sydney is the ultimate venue to give it a go, welcoming everyone from first-timers to Patches O’Houlihan-tier dodgeball gods. It costs $30 per player to register for one of the many leagues, and you can form your own team or join an existing one when you sign up.

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