Exercise Right Week 2023

Council have teamed up with WynActive and local personal trainer Firaol Likassa to give residents an opportunity to get “the right advice” on how exercise can help you reach your health and wellbeing goals during Exercise Right Week 2023 (22 to 28 May).

WynActive Consultation Offer

Book in for a free 15 minute, 1-on-1 consultation with a WynActive trainer at AquaPulse to discuss your fitness goals and discover safe and effective exercise strategies.

Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced pro looking to try something new or develop a specific fitness exercise, this is a great opportunity to get advice from the WynActive team of trainers.

As a bonus all consultation attendees will also get access to a free WynActive Guest Pass  to try out the health club, swim or group fitness class. Consultation times are limited, and bookings are required. Open to all 16 years and above.

  • Monday 22 May – 11am to 12pm
  • Tuesday 23 May – 4 to 5pm
  • Wednesday 24 May – 9 to 10am
  • Thursday 25 May – 5 to 6pm
  • Friday 26 May – 6 to 7pm
  • Saturday 27 May – 8 to 9am
  • Sunday 28 May – 10 to 11am

Book your appointment

All appointments held at – AquaPulse, 80-82 Derrimut Road Hoppers Crossing, VIC 3029

For more information about WynActive programs and membership please visit https://wynactive.com.au/, or email info@wynactive.com.au.

Outdoor Fitness Sessions

Local personal trainer Firaol Likassa is delivering fun free 45 minutes outdoor fitness sessions at four different parks across Wyndham for beginners and all abilities 15 years and above.

These sessions are a great way to get active in a friendly and supportive environment and learn exercises and techniques to reach your fitness goals.

Saturday 27 May

Sunday 28 May 2023

Exercise Right Week 2023 is an annual awareness campaign to highlight the benefits of exercise for health and well-being, and to help Australians to understand where to get the “right” advice for their individual needs. The campaign is managed by Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA).”

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