King Beats Fitness
With afternoon DJs, shiny new equipment, giant street art and rewards for working out, King Beats Fitness isn’t your average gym. Since opening up at the beginning of this year, they’ve had visits from some of the most muscled #fitfluencers from around Sydney. And it’s easy to see why.
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Don’t expect to find your usual workout equipment here. These guys have scoured the globe for the best; they even have custom-made Watson dumbbells from England, Eleiko Barbells from Sweden, and Atlantis Machines from Canada. It’s little wonder this futuristic neo-tokyo style space has attached the likes of Rose Byrne, Bobby Cannavale, Danni Minoque, and Kayla Itsines.
Who said gyms have to be all about functional fitness? Shelter landed in Sydney last year and has changed the game with a gym that looks and feels like a spa. So after your workout, you can slide right into the infrared sauna or the ice bath, before hitting the juicer or hanging out in the enclosed patio.
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Want a gym that offers everything … plus more? We’re talking 24-hour access to 60 unique workouts in the Battleground Studio, plus classes like CircusFit (an aerial class on a low hanging trapeze), SpinCity (Australia’s first 4D spin studio) and a functional playground with ropes, rigs and sled, as well as a crèche and on-site parking.
Three words. Boxing done differently. Hustle is Potts Point’s latest nightclub fitness gym focusing on boxing. But forget those dusty old punch bags, this is a sweat-inducing cardio workout in luxury surroundings. They provide the wraps and gloves, plus a fluffy scented towel at the end, and you provide the grit.