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Gyms support a huge range of training styles to help you on your fitness journey but it can often be confusing to work out which ones you think you’ll actually need or use. Suss out everything you need to know here so you can choose the style of training that suits your needs. You can then find gyms near you that support these training methods by using our gym locator and filtering for the services you need. It’s so easy to suss out gyms!


CrossFit is a demanding, high-intensity style of training based on functional movements. Only certified facilities and instructors can claim to provide true CrossFit training. This article gives you an overview of this style of training so you can assess if it's right for you.


Functional Training

Functional training focuses on preparing your body to better cope with the physical rigours of everyday life. There is a heavy emphasis on body weight exercises and strengthening your core muscles. This article aims to helps you determine whether functional training is right for your training needs.


High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)

High Intensity Interval Training or HIIT is a very popular style of training as it can be effective for people who are time-poor. You can also perform HIIT style training at home with minimal or no equipment. Many virtual or app based personal trainers use HIIT as the core for their training programs. This article aims to help you decide whether HIIT is right for you.



Pilates is a form of low intensity training that focuses on strengthening your core muscles. Technique and control are the focus rather than heavy weights and repetitions. Pilates can be performed by people of all fitness levels and capability. This article outlines the benefits of pilates to help you decide if it's the right form of training for you.



Yoga is an extremely old discipline incorporating a range of postures with breathing exercises and meditation techniques. It seeks to improve not only your physical health, but also your emotional, mental and social well-being. This article outlines the different forms of yoga to help you decide which one is right for you.