With the launch of FitTrack Club 4 Fitness in Melbourne, the fitness-focused clothing brand has opened the door to more than 1,500 clubs across Australia.
A new FitTrack club has been created to bring the community together with a track and field club, which is also a club in itself.
A track and sports club together is a great thing.
It creates a really good social vibe and also gives the club a unique look, said CEO and founder and founder, Alex Gough.
“We really like clubs that are about getting the most out of your sport, and that’s why we want to bring that to FitTrack,” he said.
“What we wanted to do with FitTrack was to have the best club experience in the country.”
The track and fields club is also going to offer a club-style training, with trainers trained by the club.
“There’s a track, a sprint and a bike, so it’s very much like running a track.
It’s very similar to a running club, so there’s a lot of the same elements,” Mr Gough said.
FitsClub 4 Fitness will provide a great community experience, with members getting to learn from one another, and also working with a club trainer.
“You can take it home, you can do it in your gym, you could do it at your house,” Mr Gill said.
Club members can get the same fitness benefits as other clubs, with fitness trainers trained to help them with their fitness goals.
“So we want the club to be an opportunity to really be able to get the club out to your gym,” Mr Scott said.
The club will also offer a variety of different activities, including fitness training, cycling, swimming and indoor cycling.
“It’s an opportunity for people to really learn more about their fitness, get a little bit of cardio in there, get some exercise out there,” Mr Campbell said.
A club that combines both track and the track and Field fitness activity is a perfect fit for the Club 4, Mr Grough said.
When you’re looking for a club to join, don’t just look at the number of members, look at what you’re doing, he said.
“It’s a club that has all the elements you need, and it’s a really fun experience,” Mr Burt said.