Wondering what our workout of the day is? Simply send us a message to find out!
Members, you can view workouts via SugarWOD.
We have 6 types of classes and they are open to all levels. Our coaches are here to ensure you move safely and get a great workout! Rest assured we will provide regression and progression options for all movements.
In Bali for a vacation?
Whether it is for a few days, or based here for a few months, we’ve got various class passes and membership options for you.
Not sure which one to go for? We’re happy to give you recommendations based on your duration and class preference.
For all other inquiries like personal training, venue bookings and even Bali recommendations, reach out directly and we’ll get in touch with you as soon as possible!
1. Where is Fortitude located?
Type in “Fortitude Bali” into Google Maps. We are located next to Sea Vu Play restaurant and close to Mrs Sippy and Alila Seminyak (studio apartments side).
2. Is there parking?
We have plenty of space to park your scooter. Limited spaces for cars.
1. Does Fortitude have towels and other amenities?
Yes, we offer free towels and you will also find shampoo, conditioner, body wash and body lotion in our bathrooms. Ladies, there is a hair dryer for you to use.
2. Do you have shirts and other merchandise?
Yes, we have a range of apparel available. You will also find other items like True Protein, shaker bottles, drink bottles, wrist wraps, knee wraps.
3. Do you sell food and drinks at the gym?
Our Fuel Bar serves delicious smoothies, protein shakes and coffee. You can even build your own!
1. I am interested in joining Fortitude – how do I get started?
We have a range of different classes. We recommend that you have a read of our class descriptions before getting started (and also check out the tab headed “Our Classes & Coaches”). Once you have decided on which class you would like to join, you may book online or simply show up 10 minutes before class.
2. How do I book a class?
You can book classes here.
3. I have never done CrossFit before, can I join?
Absolutely! The beauty about CrossFit is that it is scalable to the individual in the sense that any movement can be modified to your level of fitness. Our coaches are there to ensure that you move safely and each workout is scaled to your ability so that you get the intensity out of your workout.
4. What if I have an injury?
Speak to one of our coaches about your injury and they will make sure that the workout is modified appropriately to take into account your injury.
1. What kinds of classes do you have?
You can find a detailed description of the classes here or take our quiz that will recommend you a class.
2. What is the difference between Fit and Burn?
Our Fit classes focus on improving physical skills (Endurance, Stamina, Strength, Flexibility, Power, Speed, Coordination, Agility, Balance & Accuracy), while Burn is a cardiovascular circuit style classes designed to give you a good sweat session and calorie burn!
3. What if I can’t do all the movements?
Our coaches are there to ensure that the workouts are scaled to your suit your ability and level of fitness. If required, the workout will be modified so that you can train at the right intensity.
4. What are some suggested class combinations?
– Elements + CrossFit
– Mobility + CrossFit
– Strength + Fit
– Strength + CrossFit
– Fit + Burn
1. What is your drop-in policy?
Drop-ins are welcome. Just sign up on our website and pay online, or simply come into the gym and one of our staff will help you out!
2. Do you have open gym?
We sure do. Open gym hours are the same as our gym opening hours, which can be found here [link to Contact Us]. However, please note that classes have priority over gym space.
3. What is the online currency?
4. Do you accept cash and credit cards? Can I pay for passes online?
Yes, we accept both cash and card payments at the gym. You can also pay for classes online here.
5. If I pre-purchase a pass online, when will it be activated?
Passes will only be activated when you sign in to your first class.
6. If I purchase a drop in pass, but want to come back for more classes, can I change my pass to a multi-day pass?
Yes, we can refund you for the cost of your drop in pass, but it has to be within 1 day due to bank settlement. We will refund you and charge you for the multi day pass. The first class will count towards the new multi-day pass.
7. As a member, can I bring my friend for a free trial class?
Yes, you can bring a friend for ONE free trial class. However, they must be living in Bali, not visiting. Please simply notify the front desk.
8. Are there any extra member benefits?
As a Fortitude member you are entitled to various discounts and benefits from our partners. You can find the list here.
1. How do I book for a PT?
You can book for a PT at the gym or online here.
2. Which coach is right for me?
All our coaches have their own specialties, so we can find the right coach for you depending on what your goals are. Simply send us an email here or enquire at the gym.
3. Do you offer nutrition advice?
Yes, we offer a complimentary consultations when you sign up as a member. You can also sign up for nutrition coaching as a standalone offer. Simply send us an email here or enquire at the gym.
1. What is the difference in ingredients between WPC 80 and WPI 90?
There is no ingredient added or taken away that differentiates between WPC from WPI, it is simply the whey filtration process that creates a difference.
At True, we pride ourselves on having completely transparent ingredient lists and nutrition panels on every single product. On the packaging of WPC 80 and WPI 90, you will find the ingredients list is fairly minimal, and most importantly, free from any unreadable elements. We strive to feature non-GMO, organic ingredients across all supplements wherever possible. The end result is a great tasting, easily digested product with no bad aftertaste.
2. Which product will help me build muscle?
The use of supplements to build muscle mass has been widely studied across the globe, with results showing protein powder does, in fact, optimise muscle mass in conjunction with regular exercise and a healthy balanced diet. This is made possible thanks to the complete amino acid profile, including BCAAs – a group of three essential amino acids unable to be produced by the body, so must be obtained from food and supplements, of these products. Amino acids are quite literally the building blocks of protein and are critical in the synthesis and repair of muscles.
One of the best ways to build lean muscle mass is to create a moderate energy surplus (consuming more energy than your body is spending). A serving of WPC or WPI can help to increase your energy intake and assist in post-workout recovery by helping to repair muscles.
Combining an even spread of protein throughout your day with a regular exercise routine is the best way to maximise results and optimise muscle growth.
3. What product will help me lose weight?
Both WPC and WPI can assist you in meeting your weight loss goals – but not on their own.
As protein keeps you fuller for longer, it can be a tool used to aid you in preventing overeating. When eaten in moderate amounts across the day, you are kept feeling satiated. This will also keep your insulin levels consistent and prevent spikes that leave you feeling excessively hungry and craving sugar.
It is important to eat without consuming too many empty calories (i.e. junk, fried and sugary foods) to limit fat gain. Both WPI 90 and WPC 80 are perfect for satisfying appetite and making sure the calories you eat are working to better your health. Combine a well-rounded diet with a regular exercise routine and you are sure to be on the way to achieving your goals.
4. Which product is better for cooking?
Both WPC and WPI are suitable for adding to smoothies, baked goods, protein balls and so on. While they both pack a punch of protein, they perform slightly differently when used in kitchen creations. Due to its higher lactose content, WPC will produce a more viscous texture and a creamier taste.
5. Which formula is healthier?
Neither formula is necessarily ‘healthier’ than the other. The fact that WPC is slightly higher in fat, lactose and carbohydrates can actually be beneficial as it retains a higher vitamin and mineral concentrate. On the other hand, WPI can make a better option for those who are trying to reduce their calorie intake.
There are great health benefits to be discovered in both formulas!
6. Which product is safest for me?
Generally speaking, there is little to no evidence suggesting that whey protein isolate or concentrate is unsafe to consume in moderate doses. Like anything, always read the packaging and stick to recommended doses. If you are pregnant, breastfeeding, or on medication, always consult your doctor before taking any supplements.