Life Hub Fitness

Where: Level 1, 1-5 Station Street, Moorabbin

Hours: Mon-Fri 6am-11am,
3:30-7:30pm, Sat 8am-12pm
Pone: 9043 0445

Website: www.lifehub.com

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Creating the vibe of an “edgier” fitness club, Moorabbin’s Life Hub commands the large space it occupies flush against the station.

Street art styled walls and RnB tunes motivate the clients, and trainers like Chris Cannon embody this with strong coaching and a focus on health in all areas of life.

Blending the borders between a number of fitness disciplines, and changing the dynamics between group and solo training, Life Hub brings a holistic attitude of training within the studio, as well as clean eating and a positive healthy lifestyle outside of the walls. As well as the fitness programs and training available, Life Hub offers nutrition workshops and a take-home meals service.  Delivering fresh healthy meals twice a week – free of flours, refined sugars, preservative and additives – Cannon describes this as “Melbourne’s healthiest take-home meals  hands down”.

Cannon has strong roots in Moorabbin having grown up  in and around the area. Cannon has brought the passion from his own weight loss and health journey to his clients, and provided them with the tools to improve their lifestyle. Recent years have seen growth in the area, and with each apartment block springing up in the area more 20 and 30 year olds walk through the doors to Life Hub, responding well to the high-intensity fitness studio. The unique and all-encompassing approach to health and wellbeing Life Hub promotes complements the direction in which Moorabbin is headed, one of a community, a more self-sufficient town which invites residents to shop small, stay local, stay healthy.  The take-home meals offered by Life Hub are prepared with fresh ingredients from local farmers markets, taking the self-sufficiency of the area a step further.

Life Hub is a powerhouse of dedication to a healthy lifestyle, equipping their clients with all the necessary tools to improve their lives.

Words & Photos by Murphy Wood