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Sexy Time Fitness ramps up bookings in Emerald

FIT AND FOXY: The Sexy Time Fitness fanatics will be heeading indoors next week as the new centre opens its doors.
FIT AND FOXY: The Sexy Time Fitness fanatics will be heeading indoors next week as the new centre opens its doors. File

FROM grass to concrete, Sexy Time Fitness has moved from the park to its own centre just in time for the cooler seasons.

Qualified personal trainer and founder of Sexy Time Fitness Lauren Ramsay said the new centre will be unlike anything in Emerald, with loads of classes and free child-minding.

"The free child-minding is going to be a massive bonus as we are the only gym offering this with morning and evening child-minding times available," Lauren said.

"It is a place where you can work out, have fun and feel like you are getting the right knowledge and advice.

"Our classes-only gym allows you to have an instructor with you the entire time you're in a class, guiding you, directing you, and ensuring exercises are done correctly."

The centre will be offering more than 20 classes, ranging from pump, cardiobics, cross fitness training and bootcamp, six days a week.

"You will be able to give your body more than what it needs without having to step on the traditional treadmill," Lauren said.

"We have done all the thinking, you just turn up, have fun and hear some great music while getting into shape."

The centre will be open to men and women of all fitness levels from Monday.

Lauren is giving everyone in Emerald two free classes to use by March 27.

To book or for more information, email info@sexytimefitness.com.au.


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