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You Can Now Stream Old Episodes of 'Aerobics Oz Style' to Get Your Retro Fitness Fix

The leotard-heavy show was on TV for 20 years — and now it's back in time for your iso workouts.
By Sarah Ward
April 22, 2020
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You Can Now Stream Old Episodes of 'Aerobics Oz Style' to Get Your Retro Fitness Fix

The leotard-heavy show was on TV for 20 years — and now it's back in time for your iso workouts.
By Sarah Ward
April 22, 2020
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For more than two decades, every Australian kid was familiar with Aerobics Oz Style. It's the show that kept TV-loving children from their early-morning cartoon fix — airing each day before Cheez TV and its predecessors started.

Back then, between 1982–2005, the sight of leotards, tights and leg warmers probably brought a frown to your face. Now, while we're all trying to keep active in isolation, it's reason to smile. Bust out your best retro workout outfit and get ready to stretch, bend, step and tone — because Network Ten has just dropped a heap of old-school episodes on its free streaming platform.

Over at 10Play, 15 90s-era instalments of Aerobics Oz Style are now available to watch (complete with 90s-era soundtracks). The bulk were first aired in February 1995; however you can also get sweaty to episodes from April and October 1996, December 1997 and February 1998 as well.

Most of the available episodes were filmed in a studio, so prepare not only for some thoroughly 90s activewear fashions, but also for pastel-heavy set design from the period. If you're eager to get a glimpse of Sydney from more than 20 years ago, though, three of the episodes were shot at various outdoor locations around town — so you can get fit and check out the scenery.

Need an amusing reminder of what you're in for? In 1998, TISM satirised the show in the music video for their single 'Whatareya?', which you can watch below:

To sweat your way through 15 retro episodes of Aerobics Oz Style, head to 10Play.

Published on April 22, 2020 by Sarah Ward

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