Want to get in shape fast? If the thought of pounding the pavement doesn’t appeal, check out the latest fitness phenomenon at Beverley Leisure Complex.
LES MILLS BODYPUMP™ is a non-impact weights-based exercise class that works every major muscle group in the body using weights and a bar. It strengthens, conditions and tones muscles, producing amazing results – fast.
“LES MILLS BODYPUMP™ classes have a rapid and dramatic effect on body shape,” said Coby Kemp, senior assistant facility manager. “High repetition with low weights means you tone your muscles – making them strong and lean rather than bulky – while also burning calories and fat. After a few weeks of regular classes, participants notice a real difference.”
Fully qualified LES MILLS BODYPUMP™ instructors offer guidance on the correct lifting techniques throughout the class, with people of all levels of fitness exercising together, setting their own workout depending on the weight they add to the barbell. Hot sounds and compelling choreography keep you going through each 45 to 60 minute workout.
Coby Kemp added: “If you’ve always thought that exercise is boring, LES MILLS BODYPUMP™ will change your mind. The classes are incredibly motivating, with dynamic music and an instructor giving constant encouragement and feedback throughout the session. The classes are always easy to follow too, with no complicated choreographed moves, so there is no danger of feeling lost or self-conscious.”
BODYPUMP™ is just one of 3 LES MILLS™ programs offered at Beverley Leisure Complex.
Others include BODYCOMBAT™ (High-intensity cardio, martial arts) & BODY BALANCE (A mind body & Soul class). Members report that they love the combination of uplifting music and specially trained, motivating instructors in the classes – not to mention the fact that they get great results!
Log onto www.beverleyleisurecomplex.co.uk for class times. Early risers must check out BODYPUMP every Wednesday morning 6:45 – 7:30am.
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