The close times over the xmas/new year period are as follows:
Monday DEC 24TH – open as normal
Tuesday DEC 25th – WED 2nd JAN – CLOSED
Thursday Jan 3rd – Timetable resumes as normal

This leaves 9 days that you can NOT get into the gym and get your hands on a barbell……..oooohhhhhh nooooooo!!!!!… and Fitwars is coming up, ooohhhhh nnoooooo!!!!
Hold on, it isn’t all bad…you see, you don’t necessarily have to be inside the walls of the gym to be improving your fitness.. Strange huh!

Click the link, watch the vid and read the little article… Kstar always explains it best

Go and muck around and have some fun in your time off!!
Find a playground and make up a workout with your kids, do some sprints in the sand dunes, find an obsticle course, go skatebording, go surfing, go hiking, go rockclimbing, push your car down the street, squat with a rock on your shoulder, learn a new skill or sport, what ever it is, above all else HAVE SOME FUN!!!….and if all else fails and you can’t find anything to do that will substitute being in the gym…….then do some BURPEES!

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  • Timmy Heath says:

    Awesome. I will do my best to pop in for a session or two around the 10 Jan. I’m away until then and leaving Adelaide on the 13 Jan :(. On the upside I’m moving to Cairns and they have a crossfit :) your all welcome to come to the Hilton hotel on Friday 11 Jan for a farewell drink.
    PS shoulder surgery went well and should be back to normal in a few weeks. Enjoy the festive season. Tim

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