Get Strong. Get Social. stay Local.
Ottawa Online Fitness provides live, expert-led fitness classes you can join from home. Our workouts are built on functional fitness, exercises that will help you in your athletic and day to day life. We also have spin classes and swim-specific strength classes. One of the keys: our sessions are very social - our members become part of a community and that keeps them coming back.
What our members say...
"Training movements instead of muscles makes so much sense. I feel like an athlete." MT
"The dryland swim and other strength training is the reason I'm a better swimmer this year." PS
"No driving, no parking, and we still get to socialize! I'll never go back to the gym!" RB
"There is no intimidation factor like gyms and the range of participants is so amazing." TK
"I've worked with other trainers and you are the best. You should be charging a lot more." JS
What we Do
We’re not your typical fitness program. We’ll….
Lead you to become a stronger, more functional, and more capable athlete
Help you to see your body as a tool, not a trophy
Provide options to suit your level
Guide your use of higher exertion efforts
Show you how consistency is the key to progress
Share our expertise in a range of sports
Help you to fix and avoid injuries
Present you with fun monthly challenges
Get to know you and welcome you to our community
Only $60 per Month!
Join us to enjoy these benefits:
Private orientation meeting
Live group strength and mobility classes
Live group cycling classes
Live dryland training for swimmers
Live webinars on a range of topics
Video on demand recordings of classes
Personal training consultations
Personal training plan check-in's
Personal video analysis (run, bike, swim)
Triathlon Option ($90/mo): Learn more
About Geordie McConnell, Head Coach
Over 20 years as a fitness professional
Certified Personal Trainer, Triathlon Coach, Aquatic Fitness Instructor, Group Fitness Instructor.
Athletic Experience: 35 years in triathlon, masters decathlete, college basketball and football
Read a magazine profile of Geordie
Philosophy: The body is a tool not a trophy.