Pip’s classes motivate people to move again

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THOSE ready to return to exercise classes will love the challenge and motivating atmosphere of F45’s cardio and resistance training, says Queanbeyan F45 studio owner Pip De Vries.

In the F45 Queanbeyan’s spacious studio, Pip and her team have adapted the classes to meet the strict covid-safe practices.

“We have divided up the studio and separated each member’s workout space into 1.5sqms, which has all the equipment they need for the class, so there’s no sharing of equipment between others during the class,” she says.

“I know some people may feel nervous about returning to a gym, so we have made sure people feel at ease.

“We have a really large space so people can spread out and still enjoy the fun and motivation of a class.”

Pip says F45’s small group, high-intensity, interval training is adjustable for everyone’s needs, including those returning to exercise post having a baby or from having an injury. Pip has received extra training in pre and post natal exercise and as a mum herself, she welcomes new mums returning to exercise.

“Our members range in age from 16 to 63 years old so we can modify workouts to support people’s needs,” she says.

With a free seven day trial, Pip says people can come and try as many classes as they like at F45 Queanbeyan.

F45 Queanbeyan, 1/27 Paterson Parade, Queanbeyan. Email queanbeyan@f45training.com.au, call 0417 817266 or visit f45training.com.au/queanbeyan

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