Lets Get Fit, Strong and Flexible with our ib-fitness classes 

IB-FITNESS CLASSES


At Integrated Bodies, we don't just do the one style of boring HIIT class, nor do we only lift weights. We believe in a balanced combination of all types of human movement whether that includes swinging kettlebells, lifting barbells, rolling, jumping, running, throwing, crawling, squatting, carrying and climbing! We don't just put a heap of random exercises together with no thought or planning either. At IB we've created four styles of classes emphasise one method of training for that particular session. These four classes are: 

  • IKB - Integrated Kettlebell Class

  • IBB - Integrated Barbell Class

  • IHM - Integrated Human Movement

  • IBT - Integrated Boxing Training

Each day we will do one particular type of class. So for example, a typical week could look like: Monday IKB, Tuesday IBB, Wednesday IBT, Thursday IHM and Friday would be back to IKB. Each specific type of class is programmed to build onto the next. We believe in developing strength, mobility, stability and conditioning should be built in a development thread. Babies don't learn to walk first before they crawl, so we don't expect our members to be able to do single-leg-Romain-deadlift-bent-over-rows before they master the body weight squat.

Please have a read of our class types below. 

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IKB - Integrated Kettlebell Training

Melt Fat - Get Strong

Why the kettlebell? Kettlebells have been around for hundreds of years; they are simple, efficient and super practical when it comes to developing function stability, strength and incinerating visible fat!

We like to used kettlebells as a teaching tool. The unique loading patterns that are placed on the body when swinging a bell pressing or even doing a Turkish GetUp forces you to organise your body to maintain tension and transfer force. Another added benefit is that the weight of a kettlebell is generally a lot lighter compared to barbell training. This means less DOMS for you, while still getting those gains. 

A typical IKB session will look like this:

Warm Up - We use a combination of dynamic movements from the primal fitness community, yoga, pilates and structured strength and conditioning to warm your body up specifically for the days class. 

Strength - Depending on which part of the program we are at we will spend upwards of 15-30mins doing strength specific kettlebell exercises, this can include but isn't limited to; different types of squat variations, pressing, pulling, get-ups, carrying and swinging. 

KB Flow - Depending on which part of the program we are at we will spend upwards of 10-20mins doing fat melting, co-ordination testing, heart racing Kettlebell Flow complexes. These KB Flows are so much fun. We attack every element and vector of human movement while uniquely loading our bodies with 1 or even two kettlebells at a time. Flows combine a combination of many different kettlebell exercises, plus some particularly challenging yet scaleable primal movements. 

Recover and Reset - You've gotten jacked up in the strength piece, you've moved gracefully in a beautiful expression of strength and motor control through the flow, now you get to recover and reset the body so that you can back it up again tomorrow. In our recover and reset section we use reset exercises like rolling and breathing to help centre ourselves while we syphon the rushing blood that was stimulated by our muscles during intense exercise back into the bloodstream. We also take this time to roll out any hot spots via the use of trigger balls, foam rollers and joint distraction.

IBB - Integrated Barbell Training

Why the barbell? Squats, Deadlifts, Presses, Lunges, Cleans and Snatches that's why!

Barbells are a staple in and good strength and conditioning facility. 

A typical IBB session will look like this:

Warm Up - We use a combination of dynamic movements from the primal fitness community, yoga, pilates and structured strength and conditioning to warm your body up specifically for the days class. 

Strength - Depending on which part of the program we are at we will spend upwards of 15-30mins doing strength specific barbell exercises, this can include but isn't limited to; different types of squatting, hinging, lunging, upper body pulling and press variations. 

BB Complex - Depending on which part of the program we are at we will spend upwards of 10-20mins doing fat melting, co-ordination testing, heart racing, brutality which is barbell complexes. These BB complexes are so much fun. We attack every element of barbell training whilst challenging vertical and horizontal vectors of human movement. Our BB complexes combine a combination of many different barbell exercises, plus some particularly challenging yet scaleable primal movements. 

Recover and Reset - You've gotten jacked up in the strength piece, you've moved proficiently in a brute expression of strength and motor control through the complexes, now you get to recover and reset the body so that you can back it up again tomorrow. In our recover and reset section we use reset exercises like rolling and breathing to help centre ourselves while we syphon the rushing blood that was stimulated by our muscles during intense exercise back into the bloodstream. We also take this time to roll out any hot spots via the use of trigger balls, foam rollers and joint distraction.

IHM - Integrated Human Movement

We run, jump, climb, hang, crawl, skip, bound, roll, shimmy, flip and twist.

IHM is simply the expression of pure strength, stability, mobility and motor control. We run, jump, climb, hang, crawl, skip, bound, roll, shimmy, flip and twist. IHM is playing, IHM takes you back to your childhood before there were computers, pads and smartphones. IHM is fun. 

A typical IHM session will look like this:

Warm Up - We use a combination of dynamic movements from the primal fitness community, yoga, pilates and structured strength and conditioning to warm your body up specifically for the days class. 

Strength - Depending on which part of the program we are at we will spend upwards of 15-30mins doing strength specific exercises. This strength piece can be some as simple as a beautiful bouncy box jump, a gravity-defying pull-up, or an elegant lizard crawl across the floor. We should be able to move our body better then we can move kettlebells and barbells. Again we must crawl before we walk. 

IHM FLow - Depending on which part of the program we are at we will spend upwards of 10-20mins doing fat sheering, co-ordination toasting, heart racing, primal, gymnastics inspired, b-boy infused flows. These IHM flows bring play back to your day, and they are so much fun! 

Recover and Reset - You've gotten jacked up in the strength piece, you've moved proficiently in a spectacular expression of strength and motor control, now you get to recover and reset the body so that you can back it up again tomorrow. In our recover and reset section we use reset exercises like rolling and breathing to help centre ourselves while we syphon the rushing blood that was stimulated by our muscles during intense exercise back into the bloodstream. We also take this time to roll out any hot spots via the use of trigger balls, foam rollers and joint distraction.

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IBT - Integrated Boxing Training

Sometimes you just want to punch the S#@T out of someone or something.

Our IBT is heller fun and heller intense (in a good way). Sometimes you just want to get your sweat on and relieve some steam, and there is no better way than bringing a friend along to IBHQ and going toe-to-toe for 60mins. 

Warm Up - We still use a combination of dynamic movements from the primal fitness community, yoga, pilates and structured strength and conditioning to warm your body up specifically for the days class. Movement is movement and we always use this time to better our body and prime our mind. 

IBT - Depending on how devilish Coach Jorja is feeling that day depends on how hectic your IBT session will be. We usually like to mix up brain-bending, ducking, weaving, shimmying, stepping and dancing, punch and kick combos together with a spice of IHM to add extra challenge. You'll be punching, kicking and screaming your way to a toned physic and calmer mind. 

Recover and Reset - You've gotten pumped up in our IBT session now its time to mellow out. In our recover and reset section we use reset exercises like rolling and breathing to help centre ourselves while we syphon the rushing blood that was stimulated by our muscles during intense exercise back into the bloodstream. We also take this time to roll out any hot spots via the use of trigger balls, foam rollers and joint distraction.


Interested in trying a IKB, IBB, IHM or IBT class? Give us a call on

0475 849 537

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