Contrary to popular belief, celebrities are human beings and they do need to work out to stay in shape. Those incredible bodies don’t come so easy, you know?
Here are 12 celebrities that have been spotted at these nine fitness places around Sydney.
Dua Lipa, the English singer, songwriter and model visited KX Pilates – the fitness studio unleashing your true potential through intensive movement, passionate power, and invigorating energy.
When Aussie fan favourite Rebel Wilson notably of the Pitch Perfect movies and Bridesmaids is in town, she likes to hit up SOMA, the new luxury health, fitness and wellbeing club.
Ever wonder how Hugh Jackman manages to look so great for Wolverine? It’s because we can regularly find him at Beach Fit Bondi.
Jesinta Franklin, Sonia Kruger and Pip Edwards
Whether it be for meditation, Pilates, boxing or group training classes, model Jesinta Franklin, tv personality Sonia Kruger and influencer Pip Edwards can often be found at The Well.
Sharon Johal and Bonnie Anderson
You want to know how Neighbours star Sharon Johal and Singer Bonnie Anderson stay fit? At Tribute Boxing, they do a mix of boxing, cardio and functional exercise all of which replicate a day in the life of a pro boxer.
For all her high-intensity exercise needs, New Zealand model Nikki Philips goes to Fitness Playground.
Former NRL footballer Daniel Conn owns a boutique boxing and cardio studio called Hustle Boxing.
Home and Away star Erika Heynatz enjoys her pilates classes at Vive Active in Double Bay.
Channel 7’s Sally Obermeder is a member of Shelter, the luxury gym designed like a spa that has ice baths, sauna, spin, boxing and a juicery.