Les Mills Asia Pacific and Compass Group Australia have partnered to help improve the physical and mental wellbeing of residents in mining villages in remote Western Australia.

The partnership between Compass’ health and wellbeing brand Tastelife and Les Mills, aims to enhance the quality of life of FIFO (fly-in, fly-out) workers by offering the latest in group fitness classes, delivered via virtual technology.

Today, society is slowly becoming more sedentary. The idea of working out sometimes may seem less appealing and difficult, as society is time poor and often juggling multiple priorities.

Hoping to defy the stereotype that working out is boring, Zatashah Idris has tried and tested several LES MILLS programs. But little did she know that she would fall in love with LES MILLS SH’BAM®, BODYJAM® and BODYATTACK®.

As one of the hottest trends of recent years, it has been impossible to miss the impact barre has already on the fitness sector. This ballet-inspired workout – often fusing elements of pilates and yoga – has dominated the headlines and struck a chord with consumers looking for a low-impact conditioning workout. The segment grew by 141 per cent between 2013 and 2015 alone, and shows no signs of slowing.