Anyone do Body Pump?

Discussion in 'Fitness Health and Exercise' started by Prinzessin, 7 November 2008 Social URL.

  1. Prinzessin

    Prinzessin Shoe Queen!

    Hi used to do this last year and have just started again at David Lloyd. Am doing 5-6 classes a week and 1-2 Legs ,bums and tums class ( not too keen on that one)
    Does anyone else do classes at their gym and what is good? :)
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  3. Melanie

    Melanie Over half way to target

    I used to do body pump - OMG it hurts so much afterwards!
    I just stick with the cardio stuff in the gym at the moment - classes are a bit much just now.
  4. nexangelus

    nexangelus Carpe diem, baby!

    I do spin class 3 times per week (Mon, Weds, Fri) and weights and cardio the rest, with one hour per week (Tues) with personal trainer...
  5. Sajane

    Sajane Member

    YEH i do BodyPump and i love it, a great workout!

    I do Pump Tues eve, Step Wed, Boxercise Thurs and a gym cardio session either Sat or Sun. Unfortunately my gym doesn't do spinning :(
  6. racqy-rooster

    racqy-rooster Member

    I don't do it every week, but found it is brilliant for toning.

    I tend to do triple play and 20:20:20, thats what they call it at JJB. Mostly all on the step and includes weights.
  7. totty

    totty Personal Trainer

    I am a HUGE fan of body pump :happy036:
  8. nexangelus

    nexangelus Carpe diem, baby!

    Oh yeah I do boxercise on Sat mornings when I can and it rocks!
  9. Kate

    Kate CDC/PT/PITA

    Pump is fantastic. I do Pump, Combat, Attack, Balance and Jam but I'm in no position to tell you what is good and what isn't because I'm biased (I teach the classes). :D

    Combat gives you a good all over cardio workout with lots of upper body stuff. Attack is more lower body and it's a real killer. Probably the best calorie burner of the lot. Jam (for me) is a close second for calorie burning and also the most fun - it's an hour of dancing like a mad thing. Balance is for flexibility and strength, and Pump for strength and endurance.

    I used to be a Spinning addict and I went five times a week. :eek:
  10. AnaVK

    AnaVK Full Member

    I'm considering going into BodyPump but I'm not sure at the moment - the Les Mills website says you burn on average 600kcal per session, and whilst on LighterLife, I'm not even consuming 600kcal a day. Do you think I should give it a go, or see with my LL Counsellor first?

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