Unique Ways to keep Cardio interesting



Bored of running the same track over and over again? Or spinning mindlessly on a bike in the gym? Never fear, with more workout styles available in Sydney than ever before, there’s no doubt that you will find a cardio option that suits you.

Here are my top picks at the moment.

Nightclub Spin

There’s no doubt that spin has been a popular fixture on the fitness scene for while, but now there are so many innovative and fun ways to make it feel fresh and exciting again.

This May, Flow Athletic will be hosting a Nightclub Spin event to remember! Expect a pumping room filled with rocking beats, lighting and smoke machines, all designed to provide you with an awesome experience and a tough workout from one of the country’s best Spin instructors.

There will be 8 x classes of 40 people on the 10th and 11th of May 2017. Post event there will be snacks and activities for those who want to hang around!

Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/nightclub-spin-tickets-32459399939?aff=efbevent


Barre Attack

A super popular workout that is done by over 10, 000 Australian women each week, Barre Attack is a low impact, high intensity workout that combines standing Pilates work, short cardio bursts and dance moves.

It differs from other Barre classes because it includes cardio bursts, making it an intense workout that will make you sweat and will tone your body up fast.

Dance Break by No Lights No Lycra

Don’t have time to make it to the gym? Never fear, with so much technology available at our fingertips, why don’t download an app to keep you motivated.

Dance Break by No Lights, No Lycra is an app backed by the Victorian Government and its designed to get people moving. Once a day, the app will override your phone with a fun dance track for you to get up and dance to. The app is being used by thousands of people around the world every day.

Crew Row

For those who love a HIIT workout that is a little more athlete specific, Crew Row is an awesome workout that partners High Intensity Interval Training on a water rower with additional exercises that focus on toning, sculpting and strengthening the body.

Combining these movements is designed to help increase muscular strength and endurance while making the workout both fun and effective.

Rowing is one of the most effective ways to burn calories, so this unique circuit class will keep your heart rate burning which placing minimal impact on your body and joints. It also works everything from your arms, legs, back, glutes and core www.crewrow.com.au


Ben Lucas is the owner of Flow Athletic and the Flow After Dark event series. He is a former NRL player for the Sharks, ultra endurance runner and celebrity trainer. Ben travels to the US every year to keep an eye on the newest trends in health and fitness and he also has a You Tube series called ‘Fit Quest’ where he showcasing interesting health and fitness places to go near you.

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