What class types do you offer?
All Plus Performance studios offer a range of our 7 signature high intensity classes.
The focus of these class types vary from traditional HIIT, strength, power, core, boxing and booty with a common theme of high intensity training throughout.
Some studios also feature our ‘Wellness Series’ of classes which offer balance to your training through Yoga and Pilates style training for those days where you need to re-focus and revitalise.
Class types may phase in and out across the seasons to allow us to feature your favourite classes more often. You may also see variances across locations so please check your local timetable and the ‘Our Classes’ section of our website for full class descriptions.
Can I do Plus Performance if I'm not super fit?
Yes, our performance coaches will be able to cater to all fitness levels by varying the level of each exercise. We also worked on timed intervals which means you’re able to complete as many repetitions as you feel comfortable. Unless you have a major injury or medical condition, we will be able to give you an amazing workout.
Will it still be challenging if I am fit?
Absolutely! Our performance coaches will be there to push you to your personal limit through weight selection, progressions and speed of movement. We want you to leave exhausted, accomplished and excited for your next class.
How long do the classes run for?
Our classes typically range between 45-60 minutes. Please check your studios timetable for exact class timing.
How do I book?
PLUS PERFORMANCE MEMBERS
- Download the Plus Fitness App
- Set your home club to your desired location
- Search classes
- Click on the chosen class and 'book'
NON PLUS PERFORMANCE MEMBERS
Click on our ‘Memberships’ tab and complete our ‘Enquire Now’ section for a FREE 3 class pass *First Trial Only
What do I need to know before my first class?
We suggest having a snack 30-60 minutes prior to your class, wearing comfortable workout gear and remembering to wear (closed in) sneakers for all classes other than Yoga.
Arriving 10-15 minutes early allows time for our performance coaches/instructors to get to know you and your training needs and for you to ask any questions.
Do I need to bring my own gloves for the boxing class?
We highly recommend that if you’ll regularly be attending our ‘Tribute’ class that you invest in your own gloves for comfortability and hygiene reasons. Most clubs will have a few communal pairs if it’s your first class or you forget your gloves but we recommend at least purchase some boxing inners which are inexpensive and available for purchase in most clubs/studios.
We also suggest that you purchase MMA style gloves rather than traditional boxing gloves as they will allow you to keep them on and transition through all exercises faster.
Is it normal to have muscle soreness afterwards?
It’s completely normal to have delayed onset of muscle soreness (DOMS) for 2-3 days after your first time trying a new style of training and any time that you push yourself hard. The best way to relieve this is to do some light movement and frequent stretching as sitting still can make your muscles tighten further.
If you’re experiencing more than what is described above, we recommend talking to your instructor and/or health professional if you feel you may have an underlying injury.
How do I join?
Jump on our website or call or visit your local studio in the staffed hours listed on their website.