What I love about Joe, is that from my very first class, he ensured that he kept the entire class at the same pace, grounded in the same set of basics that we have slowly built up from, moving forward at a comfortable pace with each new week. I’ve also been fortunate enough to benefit from one-on-one training with Joe weekly and he has single-handedly, reignited that physical and mental spark for kickboxing and martial arts that I needed, through his patience, expertise, humour, gentle nudging to push the pace, and the constant variety of the program.
May 14th, 2017
Every Tuesday at 6 p.m. and Saturday at 4 p.m. one of the Eternal team — Rochelle, Fabrice or Claire — teaches a 60-minute beginners-oriented hiphop class at Artgym. If you are not joining in the class, we encourage you to enjoy watching it. It’s one of the highlights of our week!
April 19th, 2017
Nothing is more inspiring than learning from real people who live their dreams. Jennifer Hintenberger, a world-record holder in kettlebell sport, spent two weeks at Artgym in April as our kettlebell coach in residence. She returns in June for the GSAA state championships.
March 15th, 2017
Back in May 2016, Nicholas Bostock had been working out with weights but wanted to really explore what his body could do. He decided to give body-building a shot and made it a goal to enter the 2017 ICOMPETE Rookie and Rising Star competition on 5th March in Melbourne.
December 19th, 2016
“Strength to me is a lot deeper than physical strength. Mental strength is more important because without that, I am not going anywhere…” — Miskad. From the article “Adventures in Strength” by Dan Frantz in issue 23 of the Strength Matters magazine.
December 9th, 2016
There’s a tendency to compartmentalise, restricting parts of our lives into neat and tidy boxes, gym between 3 and 4pm and creativity in the morning. But, inevitably, all the aspects of our life and thoughts, and who we are, are intertwined.
December 9th, 2016
This interview with Artgym owner Eilish was first published in the Daisy Chain, an online platform with the aim of connecting and promoting inspiring Tasmanian creatives by Sylvia Lawrence.
November 9th, 2016
Superheroes was the perfect theme for our fundraiser workout. In the fitness industry we put the emphasis on the on the physical but it’s easy to forget some people in the community can’t even dream of being able to walk.