Exercise physiology has arrived at the gym

Exercise Physiology (EP) sessions have arrived at Flinders University Sport & Fitness. Resident Exercise Physiologist Chris Rawling will run these sessions, and can give advice about how to use exercise to manage all health conditions.

EP sessions offer a great opportunity to get individual attention for a specific concern you may have, without having to invest in a one-on-one session.

Classes are limited to 10 people per session, to ensure a more personal approach to your training, and will be conducted at the following times:

  • Monday: 7am (Ladies only gym)
  • Tuesday: 12.30pm (Ladies only gym)
  • Wednesday: 5.30pm (S&C)
  • Thursday: 12.30pm (S&C)

These sessions are not part of your FUSF membership, so there will be an additional cost.

If you’re interested in attending frequently, we recommend purchasing a 10-visit pass. You can claim this on your private health fund; just ask for a receipt from reception at the time of sale. If you think that making a long-term commitment may be problematic, there is also a casual pass for $20 per session.

For people with Type 2 diabetes, visiting your GP can get a recommendation so that you can access 8 free sessions.

To take part in EP sessions, call 8201 2842 and set up a time for an initial assessment with Chris. If you’re one of Chris’s current clients, you can book in using the online booking page.

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