Frequently Asked Questions
How Do I Book?
You have the option of emailing us at email@example.com with you contact details and preferred class/time OR calling +971 4 321 6006 to sign-up through the phone.
I don't train often/I'm not very fit, is Calisthenics or Parkour still an option?
Absolutely. The beauty of our disciplines is that they are progressive sports. Everyone has their own unique starting point that allows them to progress into Calisthenics and Parkour. Our trainers are well-aware of developing a starting point and curating the workout to your needs.
Is there a free trial?
What specific Calisthenics workout is best for losing weight?
The nature of the discipline is to utilize the full body to work out without isolating specific muscles. This form of training allows for a well rounded approach to weight loss and fitness improvement. When you join our family, the best starting point is Foundations class as it begins by teaching you the techniques and turns your workouts into cardio based reps.
How long will it take to see the result/my goal?
Keeping in mind your commitment, nutrition habits and general body build you can start to see results from 3 weeks - 1 month. This is not set in stone as many variables play a role in how fast it takes to reach your goal. Our main focus is to build a healthier lifestyle and better living habits before any goal is reached.
If I had an operation, am I allowed to do Calisthenics? What are the limitations?
Yes, only after consultation from your doctor and informing your trainer, you can attend a Calisthenics class. The workouts may be changed to suit your requirements in order not to pressure your injury or go beyond the safe limit set by your doctor.
Who is the most recommended trainer? What are their differences?
Our team consists of a well-rounded approach to fitness. All our trainers are recommended as they all have sufficient experience in their respective fields. Depending on your goals and your preferred teaching method, you can select your trainer.
What is the guarantee that I will become fit?
It all depends on your effort and commitment. How bad do you want it? Like anything else in life, your fitness requires a great amount of commitment to reach your goals. As Calisthenics is an effective training discipline, with the right commitment you will see your lifestyle enhance with fitness.
Is your pricing worth it?
The sessions at the gym are taught by some of the worlds best athletes and coaches in their respective fields. They are individuals that have pursued their education and careers in everything they bring to the gym and make sure everyday to share their knowledge and time with the members at Gravity Calisthenics Gym exclusively.
Class Analysis & Breakdown - which class best suits you?
Calisthenics Foundation: If you are new to Calisthenics and all of it's skills and movements this class is perfect for you.
Calisthenics Graduate: If Calisthenics is your thing and you've been doing it for a long long time, you will fit right in. Make sure to pass our Graduate Assessment Test before entering this class (the main desk will guide you).
Strength & Conditioning: For those that are looking to use external weights in addition to their workout, this class is taught with the weights available at the far end of Gravity.
Yoga: I suppose we all know why you would want to do yoga. Our classes consist of the functional type to continuously enhance your mobility and stamina in static positions.
Inversion: For those that want to get comfortable being upside down.
Mobility: Tight joints and limited movement radius? This class encompasses everything you need to know about muscle movement and everything you can do to increase your mobility - in the gym and outside.
Parkour (all levels): If you are looking to learn how to get from place to place in the most efficient way possible, this Parkour class in both it's levels teaches you precision in movement using gravity and momentum to push you forth.
Parkour Conditioning: As stated, a high intensity interval training class that uses workouts derived from the discipline of Parkour.
Trampoline: Catching air, finding your strength to rocket yourself into the air and using momentum to build stamina, agility and movement. If this is what you're looking for, our trainers train exactly what you need.
Flexibility: A desire to be able to touch your toes? get those splits? or just want a slow paced movement class? At flexibility we push past your boundaries of stiff muscles while enhancing your mobility.
Tumbling: Gymnastic based flips and acrobats performed safely and spotted on an Airtrack.
Silk: Bringing circus art into functional training with aerial conditioning, climbing and wrapping within a safe environment.
Leg Day: For our only muscle group focused class, we use bodyweight and external weight exercises.