WHICH CLASS WILL YOU TRY FIRST?
Join us on the bike as we sprint, climb and RIDE together. These energetic 45-minute classes are fast-paced, music driven, and seriously sweaty.
We promise you an empowering group experience that you can truly lose yourself in.
If you want a seriously sweaty, high intensity, hardcore workout, then RIDE:CON is for you!
RIDE meets ENGINE and GRAFT, bringing you 15 minutes on the bike, 15 minutes of strength work to improve your cycling performance and 15 minutes of circuit based conditioning! The only question is, which order will you do it in?!
Learn how to throw punches like a pro and build the engine of a boxer in our explosive BOX:CON class.
Coach Caitlin and former competitive boxer Adam will take elements of this electric sport to help you get fit - without getting hit!
A high-energy, cardio focused class that will boost your fitness levels and torch some serious calories.
These classes are specifically designed to build your ENGINE and overall work capacity, making you fitter, faster and stronger, with a heavy focus on teamwork.
GRAFT is our strongest class of all here at FORTIS. We will have you lifting, carrying, flipping, pushing and pulling to build muscular strength and endurance.
Using some of the best resistance kit in the area, it's during this hour that you will learn the skills of functional weight training with our experienced coaching team.
It's Friday, and it's time for the WORKOUT OF THE WEEK (aka the WEEK'S OUT WORKOUT!) Expect a class like no other, incorporating strength moves, bodyweight work, our cardio kit and more!
You won't really know what's in store until you turn up on the day and check out the board. Will you rise to the challenge?!
As much as we love testing our speed, strength and endurance limits, here at FORTIS we understand that looking after our mobility and functionality is key to optimising any athletic performance.
In FUSION, we use yoga as the foundational tool to help increase range of motion and create a deeper awareness in the body. We then apply this practise to a slow paced strength zone; focussing on form, mind-muscle connection and technique.