The Les Mills Body Pump schedule consists of tri-weekly workouts, with an additional two to three sessions of cardio training recommended. This could be anything from running, spinning, swimming, using a treadmill or elliptical trainer, or doing any other form of aerobic exercise you enjoy.
The Les Mills Pump Flow DVD makes for a nice change with some stretches. You can do this on a day off if you like, maybe on a Sunday. That’s how I usually do my workouts (I’m a big fan of Beachbody and how they structure their workout programs).
I've been going to a 1-hour Les Mills Body Pump class at my local gym for years now, and I absolutely love it. I go just once a week as cross-training (I normally run five times a week.) In the past, I've tried to find similar workouts I can do at home with DVDs, but nothing comes close. Most weight-lifting DVDs have boring techno music and ...
Les Mills Workout. With the Les Mills workout, you burn up to 1,000 calories per workout. Unlike traditional weight lifting systems, the “Rep Effect” is the idea that the best way to improve your body is by using light to moderate weight at higher rep zones.