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Fitness First Melbourne Central

  • Sport and fitness
  • Melbourne
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Time Out says

There are plenty of classes here but also enough equipment that you can happily fly solo

If you work or study in the CBD and have an hour or so to bash out a session, Fitness First Melbourne Central is a great option. Group fitness classes run from pre-workday slots to around 8pm in the evening, and they range from gentle mat Pilates to spin classes. If you’re a Les Mills class fanatic, the standard line-up of Body Pump, Body Attack and CXWorx resistance sessions are in the roster.

The best part, though, is the range of equipment available and amount of floor space there is to work through your sets. If you’re confident flying solo, help yourself to the weights (assisted machines and free weights) or have a go on the TRX frame for body-weight exercises. If you don’t know your way around the gym, there are always friendly trainers roaming around to help you get started. And when you’re done, the steam room and sauna is a great spot to continue your sweat session before you hit the showers.

Membership is $28 a week on an 18-month contract.

Other Fitness First gyms in the CBD include branches in QV Melbourne, Flinders Street and Bourke Street Mall.

Best for: Budget-conscious gym rats

Written by
Delima Shanti


Shop 4M1
211 La Trobe St
Opening hours:
Mon-Fri 6am-9pm; Sat 9am-6pm; Sun 11am-6pm
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