Fitness Clubs and Personal Trainers

Group Fitness

Gymstick has two group exercise programs - Muscle (land) and H2O (water) based programs.

Gymstick Muscle and Gymstick H2O utilise the same class format, which is based around a concept called Trios. Trios are three exercises that progressively overload the body, but not in the traditional method of increasing resistance. Unlike most other group fitness formats, Gymstick Trios incorporate other fitness principles to increase challenge like balance, coordination, posture, edurance, multi planer movement and for the H2O program, power and speed.

Gymstick programs help improve seven core elements

  • Muscular strength

  • Muscular endurance

  • Core muscle activation

  • Postural alignment

  • Balance

  • Coordination

  • Cardiovascular fitness

These seven elements are incorporated into a functional workout that mimics the body’s natural movements.  Members will experience less muscle and join strain as a result.

The Gymstick Muscle and Gymstick H20 Education programs provide comprehensive training for instructors and also give access to Gymstick Online, which serves as a platform for music and class creation. There are no licensing fees for running these programs in your centre.

"As a National Manager I am always looking for unique programs that will give both members and prospects a point of difference from our competitors. The launch of Gymstick Muscle, along with incorporating Gymstick Original into other classes, has been a huge selling point for our timetables.

 I would highly recommend Gymstick Muscle to any club owner and Group Exercise Manager who wants to continually innovate their timetables, and ensure they offer programs that get results...Fast!"

Melissa Guest-Smith: National Group Fitness Manager - Goodlife Health Clubs Australia

Personal Training

The Gymstick can be used in one-on-one personal training sessions. The advantage a Gymstick offers is that the trainer is playing a more active role, as they are effectively controlling the level of resistance provided to the client. With each exercise, this can be increased or decreased according to the intensity required. The trainer receives kinaesthetic feedback, which assists in appreciating the level of challenge that the client is undergoing – more so than with free weights.