Input Fitness is opening its doors to the public with many services guaranteed to make you smile throughout winter. Joseph Surace is a family man and with five young children he understands the need for services that cater to young and old families. “Sometimes the best antidote to winter is keeping up a summer pace,” Joseph says.
“The creche is open to members and the public with daily morning sessions. Thursdays we run exercise classes for 5-12-year-olds, and every school holidays we run a Monday through Friday kids’ indoor program to get the kids involved in kickboxing, basketball, hip-hop, yoga and soccer.” The swim school boasts an in-house mermaid and mermaid-themed birthday parties with pool inflatables and catering to take the headache (and mess) out of your kids’ events. Aqua Bump classes are available for expectant mums, Swim and Survive classes run all year for six-month-olds through to adults, and all of these small classes are run by teachers who have been voted No.1 by parents of children with learning difficulties.
For parents and non-parents the club is a convenient hub of health and wellness facilities and provides an on-site family naturopath, tanning studio, infrared sauna, café, frozen meals and supplement store. You don’t need to be a member to book in or grab some time-saving options. “Now with our TV and Netflix options on our new cardio equipment you can get your workout in while watching your favourite show.”
During autumn and winter you can join the Slimming Challenge, an eight-week program designed to reach your weight goals. “We’ll be welcoming tons more people soon on our open day on Sunday, June 3, so come in and see what we can do to make your winter more cheerful.”