Get fit for summer with healthy UON
Did you know UON staff can access affordable personal training and high-quality exercise facilities on campus?
Healthy UON is promoting a free, two-week personal training program available to all staff. This program involves three one-hour sessions per week (Monday, Wednesday and Friday). You can choose either early morning, lunch or evening sessions. Places are limited.
Personal training is held in the PT Centre in the Sports Pavilion at Callaghan campus. After your free, two-week program, each session costs approximately $5 ($29.95 per fortnight).
To enrol in the program, please email the trainer, Joe Fepuleai
If group training is more appealing, get together with friends or colleagues and take advantage of the team training offer. Healthy UON are offering four free team training sessions with Joe from The Forum. As a group you will work through a circuit of physical activities.
Dates: Each Tuesday from 14 October until 4 November 201.
Time: 12 – 1pm
Location: Oval 4 behind Birabahn, Callaghan. In the event of wet weather please go to the PT Centre in the Sports Pavilion.
To find out more about group training, please email Diane Bunch
Ourimbah Gym Clinic
UON staff have access to a fully equipped gym in the Exercise Sports Science and Psychology Building at our Central Coast campus. Here you can access high quality exercise equipment, complete a health screen and fitness testing or take advantage of health and fitness programming – all for free.
Training sessions are available combining intervals of cardio and muscle conditioning. These sessions encourage maximum calorie burning and are great fun for all fitness levels.
If you are interested in using the Ourimbah Gym Clinic please see the website for further details.
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