Fitness Trainers at The Forum are highly qualified, experienced and motivated individuals, delivering the latest exercise prescription methods and exercise correction techniques. They will guide you to achieve your health and fitness goals.

All 12 month members receive a FREE 60 minute Gym Orientation and Health Screen* that includes: goal analysis, medical screening, fitness testing, gym orientation and exercise advice.

*One session per member per 12 months

Book your Gym Orientation and Health Screen today!

Knowledge is power - try one of these educational workshops

Educational workshops available at The Forum help you get the most out of your workout and enhance your fitness experience within the gym. It is an opportunity for you to learn and broaden your knowledge within the gym environment.

Our qualified Fitness Trainers will give you guided instructions and practical demonstrations throughout the workshop. The workshops are a small 15 minute presentation, demonstrating safe and effective ways to train in our gym. The topics of the workshops will change monthly.

  • May 2017 - How to use the matrix safe and effectively
  • June 2017 - Free Weight Training
  • July 2017 - Kettlebell Training
  • August 2017 - Fundamentals of Strength Training
  • September 2017 - Functional Fitness using Bosu & Fit Ball
  • October 2017 - Functional Fitness using TRX suspension trainer & ViPR

Come and speak to one of our friendly Fitness Trainers on how to book in for one of these sessions. There is a limit of 10 people per session. These workshops are a FREE service.

These workshops are currently held at The Forum University.  Coming soon to The Forum Harbourside.

Try our health tools and calculators

Health calculators are designed to help you assess your health, manage and track your progress.

According to the National Health and Medical Research Council, a BMI of 20-25 is considered healthy for most adults. However, BMI can be an inaccurate measure of healthy weight for pregnant women, children, older people, athletes or very muscular people. It may also need to be adjusted for some ethnic groups, including people of Asian, Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent.

Your BMI


You may require a GP referral to commence a new training program. Download the GP referral form HERE