LES MILLS BODY PUMP CLASS

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 Rating: 3.6/5.0
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FitClick on December 15, 2009
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Workout Category:
Strength & Cardio Combined
Experience Level:
Advanced
Target Gender:
Both
Body Parts:
Total Body Cardio
Tags:
strength, cardio, Bodypump, Les Mills, aerobics
Description
BODYPUMP™ is the original barbell class that strengthens your entire body. This 60-minute workout challenges all your major muscle groups by using the best weight-room exercises like squats, presses, lifts and curls. Great music, awesome instructors and your choice of weight inspire you to get the results you came for – and fast!

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Workout Routine Sample

Day 1
Cardio Training Exercises (definitions)Cardio
Distance(miles)
Cardio
Time(min)
Les Mills Body Pump Class0.000 miles0

Workout routine comments

I participated in Body Pump classes for 2 years. Lost 30 pounds, toned my entire body, increased my cardio. For men and women over 40 who are not trying to look like a body builders, but would like to be fit and trim, Body Pump is a fantastic workout routine.
 
April 22, 2011 at 12:27pm
Bodypump is a great workout i have seen results and feel accomplished after the class but remember to lift heavy and really concentrate on every move and rep! I just had a baby and im in better shape then i was before and i think this class has really helped with that :)
 
October 13, 2010 at 1:48pm
I go to body pump at least 2 time a week, ( min) Those are the day I call my heavy days after body pump I do a series of push up and sit ups, set of 10 with 20 reps, 45 seconds walk in between each set, Then I do a 3 set of curls, Lat pull downs, and shoulder shrugs. I have a heard time losing weight, and still have a considerable amount of belly fat, I do 20 minutes of cardio, before body pump, I use an elliptical trainer, I sprint for one full, minute increasing the intensity, every 10 seconds, starting from level 2. Then I rest for 1 full minute and repeat. This is just my heavy day work out, On my cardio days Mondays Wednesday, and Saturdays. I start with the elliptical program, Then I have 60 minutes of Les Mills RPM Class, followed by a 1 mile jog sprint. So how come I haven't lost the weight I want to lose, oh and by the way I have done this program for over a year. Anybody know what I'm doing wrong please help.
Jusus,
 
October 11, 2010 at 8:44am

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