Calisthenics Training in Sydney, Australia

Have you been debating about making the decision to get in shape and improve your health?  Maybe you’ve already made that decision, but just don’t know where to start.  The first step can be pretty overwhelming and the endless amount of workouts and equipment make it even harder.  

There is one, tried and true, workout method that is perfect for beginners and individuals just getting into the fitness lifestyle – calisthenics.  Take away the stress of learning how to use complicated pieces of equipment and use your own body to get into fantastic shape.  

What Are Calisthenics?

Just like I hinted to earlier, calisthenics is a type of exercise that uses nothing more than your own bodyweight for resistance.  No machines, barbells, or dumbbells are required (with the exception of an occasional pull-up bar).

Common calisthenics exercises include:

  • Squats
  • Push-Ups
  • Jumping Jacks
  • Lunges
  • Planks

Calisthenics has been used to improve performance for hundreds of years.  To this day, they are used by sports teams and militaries around the world.  

Why Are They So Popular?

There are several factors that have kept calisthenics relevant in fitness for so long.  The most obvious reason for their fame is that you can do them anywhere, anytime.  You can workout on vacation, when you’re traveling for work, or at your home in your living room.  

Why Are They Perfect For Beginners?

Aside from the reasons that were already mentioned, calisthenics is an ideal choice for beginners because of their simplicity.  They don’t take a long time to master, which can be the case for other common fitness methods like bodybuilding, Olympic and powerlifting.  

Since your own bodyweight is all the resistance that you will ever use, your chances of injury are very low.  You don’t have to worry about being hurt by weights that are too heavy and hard to handle.  

Calisthenics In Sydney

While calisthenics can be done with little instruction, it’s still a good idea get some help when you’re first starting out.  Training with a group of others is also one of the best ways to promote exercise adherence and keep you on the path to fitness.  

If you’re looking for a place to get some instruction on performing calisthenics, Maximum Potential Calisthenics would be a good place to start.  This fitness facility specializes in calisthenics training and they offer one-on-one instruction as well as group classes.  

Maybe you already feel comfortable with bodyweight exercises and you just need somewhere that has bars for performing pull-ups or dips.  Sydney can accommodate this and offers several fitness parks so you can take your training outdoors.  

Deverall Park offers 2 pull-up bars and has plenty of open ground if you’re looking to add in some running to your calisthenics routine.  It’s also a good place to use your fitness apps, so you can keep track of your workouts.  

Do you think that getting in a great workout, then heading to the beach sounds like a good idea?  If so, then Street Workout Park at Bondi Beach may be what you’re looking for.  This is an outdoor calisthenics gym that has just about every type of bar you could think of.

Calisthenics training could be exactly what you need to jump-start your fitness journey.  They are easy to perform and travel anywhere.  Fortunately, you don’t need to travel too far, because Sydney as plenty of places to train!

Zoe’s Video

Zoe is one of Canberra’s most sought after ladies. One look at her and it’s easy to see why. She is, in a word, immaculate. You can see her fabulous, fawning reviews and all of her images on her profile page here.  And here is a nice video she shot recently.
Zoe November 2016

Zoe loves adventure and travels often. We highly recommend taking full advantage of the short time that she’s in Australia.

Want to get to know Zoe’s personality? She’s such a pleasure to be around, this interview from last year is a great read.

 

Update May 23, 2017 – 

For all those craving more Zoe videos, she sent us this little snippet. She’s so much fun… enjoy!

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AA’s Guide to Sport in Sydney

Sports with Sydney Babes

One of the best ways to get a feel of Australia’s culture is to check out a professional sporting event. While Australia is a relatively young and small country population wise, one might be surprised to learn that Australia has a strong and well developed sporting culture.

If you find yourself heading down under to Sydney, then attending a local professional sports match should be at the top of the list. With so many teams and sports to choose from, you should have no problem finding a stadium full of cheering Aussies any time of the year.

As a start, here are 4 professional sports teams to keep an eye out for if you are fishing around for an event to attend, and of course, if you’d like some accompaniment to one of these games our gallery of stunningly sporty and sexy Sydney courtesans would be more than happy to cheer with you for the duration then engages in some truly epic post game festivities.  :

Sydney Swans – Australian Football

If seeing a sports match is your idea of cultural integration (a good one!), then try and get yourself to a local Aussie Rules Football match. The Sydney Swans are Sydney’s representative in the nationwide Australian Football League (AFL). This game will most likely confuse the hell out of you if you aren’t Australian, but watching it live in a stadium full of beer drinking Australians will be one of the most fun things you can do in Sydney. Most of the Swan’s games are played at the Sydney Cricket Ground in Moore Park or the ANZ Stadium. The season runs from the end of March to the end of September.

Official Website

NSW Waratahs – Rugby Union

There are two codes of rugby in Australia; rugby union and rugby league. While rugby league has a longer standing tradition in New South Wales, there is no doubt that Sydney’s rugby union team, the NSW Waratahs have a big following. Don’t let the name fool you, the Waratahs are more of a Sydney team as most of the other parts of the state mainly watch rugby league (see below). Rugby union would be considered more of a niche sport in Australia but their games are fun and you will get to see world class rugby at an affordable price as the Waratahs are one of the best teams in the greater international Super Rugby tournament. As a bonus, you may even see the Waratahs tee up against a team from South Africa or New Zealand. Most of the games are played at Allianz Stadium in Moore Park and sometimes at ANZ Stadium. Rugby union runs from February to July.

Sydney Roosters – Rugby League

Once you get your appetite going with some rugby union, you should definitely go see a rugby league match when the Sydney roosters play. The first thing you need to realise is that rugby union and rugby league are completely different sports so don’t be surprised when everyone appear to be breaking the rules you learned from watching union. Rugby league is huge in Australia and in Sydney, it is one of the biggest sports. There are nearly ten teams either based in or close to Sydney but the Roosters are one of the more traditional teams. Rugby league games are fun and often involve a lot of drinking and rowdiness, especially when the teams get into a fight. You can catch the excitement at Allianz Stadium.

 

Sydney FC – Soccer

The launch of the A-league in 2004 was a slow one but in the past couple of years, soccer has really picked up steam in Australia and having already won two championships, they are one of the better teams to watch. Sydney FC games are great for any demographic as they have a more family friendly vibe. You can watch their games October to May and their matches are played at Allianz Stadium.

AA’s Guide To Australian Craft Beers

While the culture of thick bearded barmen handing over pints of delicious craft beers may have originated in America, it hasn’t taken long for the Aussies to catch up. And can anyone really be surprised?

There’s no doubt that beer is loved down under so it was always only a matter of time before Australia started serving up its own versions of microbrew beers. While the population may be small, in just a small window of time the Aussies have already swamped the microbrewery scene offering some of the tastiest craft beers you can get.

Here are a few to check out when you are down under, and if you’d like to enjoy some excellent companionship with your frosty beverage then please checkout our craft selection of Sydney Escorts

Young Henry’s in Newtown, Sydney

Located just a stone throw’s away from the infamous Enmore theatre, this brewery is located in an old warehouse which has now turned into a beer lab of sorts featuring taps, bottles, tanks and a tasting bar. You can order a tasting tray to sample their whole selection but whatever you do, do not leave without trying their Indian Pale Ale (IPA). It come in at a staggering 7.7 percent in alcohol content and known to the owners as Africola Rock ‘n’ Rola.

The Boatrocker Brewery in Braeside, Melbourne

The Boatrocker brewery is an old-school no nonsense brewery that cares more about a simple but fundamentally strong beverage than its hipster value. Their Hop Bomb IPA is a full bodied drink that will have you pounding your chest like you’ve just had your first post work beer. You can sample their goods at the Braeside beer hall.

Hawkers beer in Melbourne

Hawkers take brewing to a whole new level with their ultra modern, high-tech brewing facility on Henty Street in Melbourne. While they are known for their specialty in ales, their whole selection is so good that they earned nine medals at the Australian International Beer awards in 2016. That’s a helluva endorsement and their product certainly does not disappoint. Thirsty craft beer enthusiasts will make the journey to their Reservoir cellar just to taste the froth of their selection.

Prancing Pony Brewery in Adelaide Hills

This South Australian brewery gained international fame with their IPA when it earned the Supreme Champion Beer award at the International Beer Challenge Awards in London. Their trademark lies in their brewing strategy, a process that’s known as “fire brewing” which was a way of making beer that was popular in Europe awhile ago. The brewery is worth visiting for the beers but they also provide great guides and delicious country-style lunches.

The Australian Hotel and Brewery on Rouse Hill in Sydney

This brewery changes its ales seasonally so there is always a new flavour to try out regardless of the weather. The beers at this brewery have earned it multiple awards on both domestic and international stages and their quality is so good that it has even broken into the highly competitive Japanese beer scene. They are also the first Aussie micro brewery to can beers for both flavour and the environment.

Hawthorn Brewing Company

The Hawthorn Brewing Company has a worldly approach in its beer making. The owners are known for being well travelled merchants who cross oceans to try out the flavours of its international compatriots and bring the best flavours and techniques to their own brewery in Melbourne. Through this constant trial and error and adding and subtracting of flavours they have produced some of the finest craft beers in the country. Their award winning selection includes delicacies such as their Pale ale, Pilsner, IPA and Golden Ale. Do not miss this one.

Q and A – Travel Escorts

Do the ladies travel interstate or overseas?

Yes of course, all the girls love to travel

For meetings outside of the ladies home city we require 30% deposit and travel costs paid upfront

Travel costs are flight, taxi to and from the airport and any other expenses incurred while travelling

If you cancel the meeting within 48hrs 30% deposit will be held for you in credit for a future booking

If the meeting is cancelled within 24hrs then the ladies 2hr fee will be taken from the deposit

Travel costs are not credited or able to be refunded

For a lady to travel Interstate to meet you, the meeting will need to be a minimum of an overnight – depending on the distance travelled it may be a minimum of 24hrs.  You must provide economy flights if the flight is less than 3hrs and business class if it is more than 3hrs.

For a lady to travel overseas to see you the booking needs to be 48hrs or longer & requires business class travel.

The hours of the meeting start when the lady meets you & ends when she is dropped at the airport.

If your requirements are for shorter meetings than listed above please get in touch anyways and we can always ask the lady and see what she says.

Whenever a lady is travelling to meet you we will require a copy of your ID, hotels details etc.
For ladies touring overseas please refer to www.agencyatlantic.com

The Comprehensive Guide to Enjoying High Tea Time in Sydney

Sydney may be known for its wonderful selection of world class beaches but what many may be surprised to hear is that it also has a fine range of private tea rooms. Whether you are looking for an elegant outing or a fun family experience with the kids filled with freshly baked goods, you will find it in the halls of Sydney’s tea rooms.

Here are a handful of places to start exploring the high tea culture in Sydney:

Burnt Orange

Burnt orange doubles up as both a shop and café in a classic golf club which was erected sometime in the 1920’s. What’s great is you really get the feeling of what times were like way back then just by walking into the venue. Prepare for an afternoon of fattening by cake and tart. Sugar highlights include a mouth-watering Moroccan orange and almond cake which can only be topped by the salted caramel and chocolate tart. Tea is served on a wooden balcony which overlooks the kookaburras that play on the lawn. Your tea towel comes with a delightful selection of chicken tarragon sandwiches and freshly made scones. Eat like a king and enjoy the stunning view on the balcony. Burnt Orange can be found in Mossman off Middlehead Road.

The Langham

If royal service tickles your fancy then the Langham is the place to be. Every Friday, hordes of elegantly dressed locals pack out this little venue for cakes, scones and tea. Birthed in 1865 as a part of the greater Langham hotel, the afternoon tea here is served with a selection of salmon, ham and cucumber sandwiches. Even vegetarians will be pleased with the cheese and tomato sandwiches. Sweeter delights include scones with strawberry jam and clotted cream as well as little squares of chocolate fudge. The tea selection is bare but well put together. There is also a tea session for the little ones where they can make pretend with a menu packed with delicious treats like cookies and marshmallows. The Langham is located near the Observatory Hill Park off Kent street.

Sir Stamford at Circular Quay

A high tea at Sir Stamford is a rather smooth experience. Celebrations start early here as you can be expected to be served champagne upon arrival. From there, a well put together staff member will proceed to overwhelm your senses with the itinerary. The tea selection is extensive to say the least and the accompanying sweets and sandwiches certainly live up to the hype. An insider’s tip is for you to get a window seat.

Hydro Majestic Hotel


Choice is what makes the high tea at Hydro Majestic hotel interesting. While you can certainly have the classic British experience, the hotel has taken a modern approach to bring high tea to the masses. For instance, they do a gluten-free high tea as well as one that’s aimed for kids. For the more open minded and those with a more savoury palate, there is even an Eastern tea which holds Asian classics like dumplings and rice paper rolls on the menu.

Swissotel Sydney

This is another odd but interesting high tea experience. Unlike the usual special service that is common at high tea rooms, the Swissotel has a more accessible approach on offer; High tea via buffet. Traditionalists may have a hard time coming to grips with the concept of a high tea buffet until they see the beauty of having everything laid out on a table. Traditional items like cucumber sandwiches can be had but there is also a hot food buffet. All this will seem a bit over the top until you hit the dessert table where a fine offer of sweet tarts and creamy cheese cakes are available. Personalised service may not be the thing here but if you have a solid appetite and like sweets then you will love the high tea here.

AA’s Guide To Private Beaches in and Around Sydney

As a Sydney native, it makes me cringe every time I see a TV spot talking about Bondi beach as if that’s THE beach to hit. Don’t get me wrong. I love Bondi. What bothers me is that it does overshadow all the private beaches in Sydney that most either don’t know about or won’t talk about.

Look. Bondi is definitely worth checking out if you want to get a glance at the Sydney beach scene. But if you are a real beach bummer looking for the very best, then you must add the following 5 private beaches to your itinerary:

In the mood for your own beach adventure with an elite escort? See who’s available today here

Congwong Beach, La Perouse

Congwong beach is the perfect spot to lay around for a laid back beach experience. If you are a family, you won’t have to worry about sheltering your children from surfers crashing into the waves as the water here is calm and peaceful. It is located just off Anzac parade in Botany Bay National Park. If you are checking it out on a weekend, be sure to grab an ice cream from the ice-cream boat that pops in. You can get there by bus on the L94 from the city.

Checkout their official site here for more details on this private gem

Bungan Beach, Barrenjoey Peninsula

Looking to combine your beach day with some stunning nature? Then head to Bungan beach. Sydney is a lovely city but the chaos of it can be overwhelming which is why I like to escape to Bungan beach when I need a relief from the crowds. The raw beauty of the surrounding cliffs make you feel as though you’re going on an adventure and walkers will love the scenery that wraps around the beach. The tides here can be pretty rough so just make sure you stick between the flags. The beach is located by access along Barrenjoey road, just before it descends into Newport.

Store Beach, Manly

This exclusive beach is a bit of a mission to get to as you can only arrive by boat or through kayaking. I suggest doing the kayak which you can rent from the hire shop at Manly Wharf. When you get there, you will quickly forget that you are even on city beach as the beach is surrounded with lush vegetation. There are no amenities there so what I love to do is pack some food and have a relaxing picnic on the beach. As a bonus, you could even pop by another hidden beach, Collins Flat beach on the way back to see the marvellous waterfall. The easiest way to get to Store beach is to catch the Manly Ferry from Circular Quay.

Milk Beach, Vaucluse

This beach is probably one of Sydney’s best hidden gems. Whether you just want to work on your tan, go snorkelling or do some fishing, you’ll be able to do it all at Milk Beach while enjoying the suburb views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and city skyline. You can access it through a track from Strickland House, or the track which goes from Hermitage Foreshore Reserve to Nielsen Park.

Gordon’s Bay

Gordon’s bay is perhaps one of the most unique hidden beaches in Sydney as it is the only one with an underwater nature trail. Located in the heart of the Eastern suburbs, this tiny gem is for those who appreciate calm waters, making it a fantastic spot to snorkel. The local fishing beaches which line the beach along with the apartments and surrounding nature create a majestic backdrop. You will also enjoy some of the most stunning coastal walking trails in the city. The beach can be accessed via a coastal walk on Gordon Avenue in South Clovelly.

Fashion Trends Coming To Sydney this Season

Blonde Lady in Corsetry

New York fashion week was just a few short weeks ago and though some of the stuff, as usual, was a bit off the wall, there are some exciting new fashion trends on the horizon. Working with a group of insanely sexy women, fashion naturally comes up from time to time. If you were lucky enough to go to our party earlier this month, then you got to bear witness to our ladies flaunting some of their finest threads. Here are a couple of the hottest trends this season. Let us know what you like best in the comments below!

The Reign of Corsetry

 

Corsetry is all about flaunting your bra inside out, and it has emerged as the hottest trend of the season. It requires you to pair your bras atop your printed floral numbers frilly tops and much more. However, Victoria Beckham has given us a massively powerful inspiration to flaunt this trend with a bold masculine flair by pairing it atop monochromatic suit separates. This trend is all the rage in street style, and you must checkout Alexander Wang, Tony Burch and Philip Lim for all the inspiration you could possibly need to flaunt it.

Bolder & Deeper

Ladies, if you love flaunting your shapely arms and sexy shoulders in the off-the-shoulder trend, get ready to rock this trend on a whole new level. This season, designers have revamped the off-the-shoulder to a seriously glamorous hilt, and these insanely bold pieces are all the more revealing and deep. We see plenty of off-the-shoulder wrap dresses that reveal a lot more than the shoulder, along with choker-style necklines, strappy cold shoulders and much more. These almost-falling-off tops are just what you need to rock to emerge as the most glamorous diva in Sydney’s vibrant nightlife.

Lacy Cascades of Ruffles

For a drop dead gorgeous formal statement, which also happens to be perfectly on-point with the intensely bohemian vibes of the Australian countryside, you must settle for nothing except ruffled up lace numbers. These sheer lacy delights will wrap themselves provocatively around your lusciously curvaceous figure, while the cascading ruffles will create a wondrous delight as they run down in tiers from your neckline to the waist and hemline. This is the just trend a woman needs to ravish her inner goddess and feel downright sexy. Since Spring races are a festive affair in Sydney, these lacy delights are right on-point for the occasion!

Glamorous Ankles

This spring, designers have given us a remarkable lesson on striking all the right chords of sensual glamour, and it involves turning up the bling on our ankles and making them the center of all attention. From delicate chains, crystal cuffs, glided anklets and heavy charms, there are so many excitingly sexy anklets that can oomph up your glamour and make your high heeled feet look all the more chic. You must flaunt these chunky delights with your bikinis as you make your way to Sidney’s breathtaking beaches.

Zoe in Her Seductively Sheer Bikini

Seductively Sheer

Sheer fabrics and gowns are most certainly here to stay, and designers are really testing our comfort levels this season, because sheer has gotten all the more outrageously bold. From elegant skirts that break in to cascades of leg-revealing sheer fabrics, to transparent gowns and sheer briefs, DKNY, Delpozo, Coach and Anna Sui have given us some raunchily seductive #sheergoals!

Double A’s Guide To Syndey’s Private Museums

Off the beaten path museums in Sydney

Think of Sydney and your head fills with postcard images of Circular Quay, world class beaches and the iconic Sydney Opera house. While these landmarks make Sydney a world class city (and, hopefully, obscenely sexy escorts;)), they also overshadow the vast array of off the beaten path and private museums that create the cultural heart of the city.
Here are a five lesser known museums in Sydney you must check out:

White Rabbit Gallery (30 Balfour Street, Chippendale)

The White Rabbit Gallery in Chippendale was set up to celebrate innovative Chinese art. White Rabbit is one of the most exciting galleries to appear on the Sydney scene and art lovers will be blown away by the vast range of contemporary Chinese art. It is privately owned by Judith and Kerr Neilson and conveniently located near Sydney Central station and Central park in a trendy renovated warehouse. The museum hosts two exhibitions annually and for those that want to immerse themselves in the full Chinese experience, they can enjoy a cup of Chinese tea at the in-house tea room. There is no cost of admission.

Living Live Human Statues

Brett Whiteley Studio (2 Raper Street, Surry Hills)

Brett Whiteley was one of Australia’s most well known contemporary artists known for his contribution to the avant-garde art movement. As a way to celebrate his work, the Art Gallery of New South Wales turned his old studio in Surry Hills into a museum open to the public. Get a glimpse into how Whiteley worked by checking out this unique museum which showcases an excellent collection of his work as well as sketches he did and his personal art book collection. There is also a tiny shop which sells postcards and other merchandise related to his art. You won’t find a café attached but the studio is conveniently located in Surry Hills which is known for its great range of cafes and restaurants.

None other than Bob Dylan himself loves the Brett Whiteley and gave an extensive interview here in 1986:

Vaucluse House (69A Wentworth Road, Vaucluse)

Lovers of history will be blown away by this amazing estate which in 2015 celebrated its hundredth year as Australia’s first house museum. This gigantic estate is one of Sydney’s oldest mansions and while it was originally built in 19th century, the eccentric mansion will make you feel as though you are walking about in an old Victorian home. Guided tours are widely available to walk you through the grounds and you can finish up your tour with a stop at the accompanying tea rooms. The house is located in the harbour side suburb of Vaucluse and the neighbourhood itself is worth having a stroll through. Public transport is available via bus or ferry.

The Rocks Discovery Museum (Kendall Lane, The Rocks)

This small but incredibly informative museum is one of Sydney’s best hidden gems. The museum was designed to tell the story of the Rocks beginning in the pre-European days of Sydney to the present day version. You will enjoy the four permanent exhibitions as well as the attention grabbing interactive research area. For those travelling with family, the museum runs a kids program during school holiday season where children can role play as archaeologists (guided of course by certified archaeologists) as they dig up artefacts and learn about the objects they find. This museum is all about learning through fun and it won’t cost you a cent to enter although donations are welcome.

Nicholson Museum (University of Sydney)

The Nicholson Museum at the University of Sydney holds the largest antiquity collection in the southern hemisphere and surprisingly one of the lesser known museums in the city. It is named after its founder, Sir Charles Nicholson, a lifelong explorer who founded the museum in 1860. You will find an extraordinary collection of ancient artefacts from regions such as Egypt, Cyprus, Italy and Greece. The museum can be found in the main square of the University and is open for free to the public.

AA Sydney Newsletter February 2017

Hi

Just a quick newsletter to let you know of a few things

Discount Day is February 1 – 20% discount on all meetings incall or outcall.  Prebooking is a good idea but you can also call on the day & see who is available

 

Our new web address for Sydney is www.aasydneyescorts.com – it will link from Agency Atlantic main website so you don’t need to remember it

We will be having a members party on March 16.  English Ashley will be in town that week so I wanted to throw a party while she is in Sydney

Zoe is in Sydney this week Feb 1-3.  Doubles are available with Victoria all week

Victoria is offering incalls Feb 1-3 – Victoria has a members discount of $50 for incall or outcall

Both Vic & Zoe are in their new fave hotel in Kings Cross

Arizona is just available for incall February 1 – close to Darling Harbour

Kate is now available with less notice – her day job is still very hectic but she doesn’t need 48hrs anymore. Hopefully by the end of Feb she will be offering incall again too.  Kate is available February 3 for doubles with Zoe

Kate, Arizona & Victoria are available in Kings Cross February 8, 9 & 10 for hotel incalls.  All 3 are available for doubles & if you fancy a foursome then you can’t go past these lovely ladies 🙂

Until the end of February all doubles are discounted by $100.  So 1hr with Vic & Zoe is $1000 rather than $1100.  1hr with Victoria & Arizona is just $900

I am posting every couple of weeks on my blog Sarah’s 2 cents  http://www.agencyatlantic.com/news/category/sarah2cents – I hope you enjoy reading my insights into the escort business.  I posted my blog on the Australian Industry & got some lovely comments which was nice

Until next time

Sarah xx