This classic programme focuses on your lower body as well as your core. It works on strengthening your Abs, Buns and Thighs. A combination of strength-enhancing and muscle-toning exercises that fires up your fat-burn and builds lean muscles in your A, B and T! Definitely for all levels with alternatives.
C.O.D uses a wide variety of successful training techniques to develop strength and endurance performance with high intensity cardiovascular challenges to complete your overall daily fitness diet needs.
LES MILLS BODYATTACK™ is a high-energy, athletic workout focused on cardio fitness, muscle endurance and functional exercise. Sports-inspired exercises like running, lunging and jumping are combined with strength exercises, all set to the freshest and most motivating music. BODYATTACK™ is all about the shared energy of the group, as you take on a challenging, fun and addictive workout together. Delivering plenty of sweat and plenty of smiles, BODYATTACK™ builds your fitness for everyday life.
LES MILLS BODYCOMBAT™ is mixed martial arts-inspired workout that fuels cardio fitness and conditions your whole body. Define and strengthen your upper and lower body while increasing your overall speed and fitness. Feel empowered and in control as you punch out stress, kick down goals and build phenomenal core strength. Your BODYCOMBAT™ Instructor will coach and motivate you through every round, challenging you to push yourself further.
LES MILLS BODYPUMP™ is a barbell workout using light to moderate weights and high reps to get you lean and toned. You’ll work all your major muscles as you build strength and burn calories, getting fitter, faster. The encouragement, motivation and great music you get in a BODYPUMP™ class will help you achieve better results than you would ever get on your own.
TRX which stands for Total Body Resistance Exercise, is a revolutionary workout method that uses your body weight and gravity as resistance to build strength, balance, coordination, flexibility, core and joint stability simultaneously. It is claimed to draw on research from the military, pro sports, and academic institutions.