Hello! Welcome to ApeFit, Hong Kong’s primal fitness group in the great outdoors. You will get an extraordinary work-out with us – physically and mentally – while having fun with friends and connecting to the surrounding elements. Designed by Hong Kong’s leading outdoor fitness trainer, Linds Russell, the ApeFit method is rooted in simple and natural movements that target the entire body. Linds works closely with her colleagues to ensure each work-out is motivating and suitable for anyone who is up for the challenge.
Train like an animal! Why? We are animals! Animals train for survival in the wild. They are strong, powerful, graceful, agile, balanced, co-ordinated, flexible and conditioned! It is fun and adds variety, more like play! ApeFit exercises are intense and functional – so effective, you will see results faster than with traditional human training. We offer ApeFit and ApeRun sessions.
Below you can find some great feedback which we get from our clients.
We love to hear from you! So please send us your feedback firstname.lastname@example.org
“I really enjoyed my first class, and I would like to sign up for a package. The circuit/programs and sets were a great mashup of different exercises and I love the mix of cardio and core training. The pace was perfect for me, I felt challenged but not intimidated. Linda [the trainer] has a great, positive energy which really motivated me last night ;P” (Katherine Leung June 2014)
“I so enjoyed the class – you are the most INCREDIBLE teacher I think I’ve ever had. so much happiness, so much phenomenal energy… and that class was hard work!”
(Rachel Jacqueline 31/08/2013)
“Thank you very much, Linds.) I do believe we all enjoyed it, right girls? Very tough, indeed. One of the hardest workouts we have done.”
(Rowena Berroya 10/05/2013)
“Thanks for the class, my body ached for 3 days after… I think your classes are great, enjoyable and fun.”
(Pannee Ng 13/05/2013)
“Yes I really enjoyed it thank you! Actually, I had SUCH awful all-over muscle ache afterwards I nearly couldn’t move for two days!”
(Victoria Brownell 20/06/2013)