KFit is the latest fitness trend you’ve never heard of. Fun, flexible and social, Kfit is one of the leaders of the “fitness sharing” economy, a recent phenomenon that has been making waves in the fitness industry. The app uses geo-location to find and book fitness classes and sports and gyms in the user’s vicinity. Kfit operates on a monthly fee and has a massive variety of activities on offer. The app differs in that unlike its competitors, it moves the focus beyond group fitness to include access to leisure activities such as bowling and laser tag.
PT IN MY POCKET is a new fitness app from fitness fanatic and busy mom Colette McShane. This Scottish-born Aussie has always been into fitness, sport and training. Having given up her corporate career, Colette now focuses on her first love, the fitness industry.
The Reebok ZR10 Elliptical Cross Trainer features the new self-generating power system and 32 levels of electronic resistance. It is part of the new Reebok ZR10 range and its innovative technology also allows you to take your workout anywhere and modify your workout intensity according to your own fitness level.
Back and bodily pain is one of the world’s most common physical complaints. Some research shows that up to 80% of Australians experiencing back pain at some stage in their lives. According to The Medical Journal of Australia, some research shows that around one in ten people in Australia experience significant activity limitation as a result of back pain.
It’s always nice to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city life. Living in Sydney, it’s quite hard to do that most of the time with constant beeping cars, sirens, people about and so much life busily happening all around us. Sometimes time out is just what we need and a new hobby can be found which can benefit your mind, body and soul.