Definitely! There are usually always children and babies at the 9.30am sessions. There is always a safe, dry place for them to play close to our workout. New friendships are often formed at BAS sessions – between children as well as adults!
How does the 10 week block work?
The group sessions run on a continual 10 week block with the same start and finish dates for everybody. The sessions continue through school holidays.
You don't need to attend the same sessions every week. This makes life easier for those with schedules that change from week to week.
You are welcome to join at any time; there is no need to wait for the start of the next 10 week block.
What happens if i miss a session?
If you get sick or miss sessions you can make them up in the same 10 week block. If you are going away you can do the sessions before or after you go on holiday but must be completed within the same 10 week block.
What happens when it’s wet weather?
At each training location there is an undercover area where we can train. Sessions are rarely cancelled because of poor weather. If in doubt, check the BAS Health & Fitness Members’ Facebook page.
I have an injury – can I still join?
In most cases – yes. We have an excellent mix of equipment that means we can always adapt sessions to work around your injury. My experience as a strength and conditioning coach training professional athletes gives BAS trainers expert knowledge for injury adaptation. We can also give you some rehab exercises to help you recover from injury.
Can I train if I’m pregnant?
For the majority of pregnant women – yes.
Exercising while pregnant is an important part of maintaining your physical and mental wellbeing. Maintaining a healthy weight during pregnancy helps you return your pre-baby weight more quickly. It also helps reduce the risk of gestational diabetes. We recommend you get medical clearance from your GP/obstetrician first. We'll always adapt your sessions as your pregnancy progresses so that you feel comfortable and can get a decent workout.
I’ve just had a baby. Is it safe for me to train?
We recommend you wait six weeks and get clearance from your GP/obstetrician before beginning any exercise. Once you have medical approval, we will adapt your workout so that it’s at the right intensity for you.
HOW DO I CHOOSE BETWEEN two SESSIONS A WEEK AND UNLIMITED?
Unlimited sessions are perfect for those who want to attend at least 5 sessions a fortnight and if you’re not doing any of your own training. To get the best value for money, you would attend 30 sessions minimum in 10 weeks.
Choose two sessions a week if you're doing your own training to supplement your BAS sessions. This option equates to 20 sessions in 10 weeks.
what kind of insurance do you have?
All BAS Health & Fitness trainers are registered with Fitness Australia and have public liability and professional indemnity insurance. All BAS Health & Fitness trainers hold current first aid certificates. BAS Health & Fitness is a registered commercial fitness group with Hornsby Shire Council.
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What Our Clients Are Saying
"The feeling you get after your workout is amazing... I leave on a high. I just love the fitness, friends and lots of laughter! BAS Health & Fitness has given me the drive and determination to change myself in every session." Julie, Turramurra
"It's the best kind of overall workout you can find. Bas' style of training is like nothing I've ever seen. It's the smartest fitness decision I've made." Rach, Berowra
"I needed to regain confidence in my physical ability. Bas has been awesome in slowly and safely working on my core strength. I no longer cringe at the thought of bending down. My training has been well worth the effort.” Ryan, Berowra