​​FAQs

Are health evaluations compulsory?
Health Evaluations are not compulsory, although they are very strongly recommended. There are no costs associated with Health Evaluations as they are included your membership. Some of the many benefits of Health Evaluations include the opportunity to zone in on your health and fitness goals, tailor a program to specifically suit your needs, reassess where you are at within your goals, improve your workouts or push yourself harder.

I have never attended a gym before. How will I know what to do and how to exercise safely?
Most people that join a gym don’t have any prior knowledge, so you are not alone! For this reason, as a new Health Club member, our experienced Health and Fitness Consultants will lead you through a one hour Health Evaluation session to determine your level of fitness and wellbeing, help you establish your health and fitness goals and assist your Consultant in developing a program specifically tailored to meet your needs. Following this, your consultant will run through another one hour Program Start session, guiding you through exercises, with step by step instructions for each piece of equipment and the best ways to use these.

How busy does it get during peak times?
Mill Park Leisure has over 50 pieces of Cardio equipment with 16 treadmills, ensuring that we are well equipped to deal with the busiest of peak times. The Health Club is spacious enough, that even when at its busiest, it never feels crowded!

What are the busiest times in the gym?  What are the quietest times?
The Health Club is usually at its busiest during Peak Hour times; from 8am -10am and 5pm – 7pm, weekdays.  It is normally at its quietest from 12pm – 3pm, weekdays.
 
Do I have to be a member to receive personal training?
No not at all! Both members and non-members can book in for personal training.

What type of equipment do you have?
Health Club Facilities include:

  • Over 50 pieces of Cardio equipment including: Treadmills, Upright & Recumbent Bikes, Cross Trainers, Summit Trainers, Rowers and Steppers.
  • Pinloaded and Free Weights
  • Stretch Cage, Squat Rack, Smith Machines, Torsonator, Ergometer
  • Kettle Bells, Medicine & Swiss Balls
  • Cable Systems, Dura Discs & Foam Rollers

 

What do I need to bring for my workouts?
Don’t leave home without your drink bottle, a small towel and your membership card!

Can I leave my bag in the gym while working out?
Unfortunately you cannot leave your bag in the Health Club whilst working out, however Mill Park Leisure provide free of charge, electronic lockers in the dry change rooms to accommodate for our members bags. There are also mini lockers located in the Health Club for small items such as keys or wallets.

What clothes should I wear?
Comfortable clothes are best ! Anything from track pants, leggings or shorts to t-shirts, singlets or jumpers, whichever works best for you! 
Please note: Work clothes are not permitted and appropriate footwear is essential – no thongs/open toed shoes or work boots are permitted in the Health Club.

What are your health club rules / gym etiquette?
For courtesy, proper hygiene, and safet yfor all members, Mill Park Leisure requests that each member see to the following etiquette: 
1. Bags are not permitted in the gym – electronic lockers are located in the dry change rooms.
2. Appropriate clothing must be worn – no work clothes, work boots or open toed shoes are     permitted.
3. Always bring a towel for your workouts.
4. Please wipe down equipment after use.
5. Please do not throw or drop weights.
6. Please replace weights and equipment when finished.
7. Ensure you share equipment between sets.
8. Please use appropriate language.

Are all trainers qualified? What qualifications do they have?
All of our Health and Wellness Consultants are Kinect or Fitness Australia registered instructors and hold the following qualifications: Certificate IV in Fitness, Level 2 First Aid, CPR and Defibrillator qualified, Working with Children & Police Checks. Rest assured, they are more than competent.

Is the gym a mixed gym?
Yes, both female and males are welcome to attend our Health Club.

Is the gym always supervised?
Always! Depending on the time of day we can have anywhere from one to four Health & Fitness Consultants on the Health Club floor.

Do you have televisions in the Health Club?
Yes.  We have 8 plasma TV’s with Foxtel and free-to-air channels . To listen to the audio from these channels, bring along an FM radio and you can tune into favourite TV program while working out. 

Can I bring an iPod or an mp3 player to listen to when training?
Most definitely. We understand that many members need to tune into their ipod/mp3 player to zone out whilst working out, so feel free to bring yours along next time you train.

For further enquiries about the Health Club please contact our Health &Wellness Team at the centre on 9404 4811.