With new waves of digital fitness offerings making exercise and activity affordable, accessible and essential, many brands; including leading group-fitness giant Les Mills, are getting users involved in health & fitness challenges to encourage a healthy, well-balanced, and intentional start to 2021.
From Monday 21st December, Les Mills brings you a fitness challenge that is irrevocably backed by science. Get set for the special-edition BOOSTER Challenges, a high-octane trio of programmes vetted by Dr Jinger Gottschall.
The three BOOSTER challenge options include:
- Fast Burner (beginner to intermediate) – with Master Trainer Rachael Newsham
- Game Changer (intermediate to advance) – with Master Trainer Marlon Woods
These are a great way to jump start fitness with a challenge pack that includes a 6-week designed workout plan, baseline fitness testing, goal setting advice and guidance and workout modifications for all fitness levels. To top it off, a nutritional guide from Les Mills Fuel underpins the whole programme.
These science-backed, results-based workouts are the same “Masterclasses” used to train the world’s leading instructors in the Les Mills programs, favoured by 21,000 gyms worldwide, now available for you at home.
The Les Mills Master Trainers who designed these programmes with the top scientific researchers will also be guiding users through each week, cheerleading everyone to stay on track.
The best bit is that if you’re already a Les Mills On Demand subscriber, this transformational plan is FREE. If not, sign up to Les Mills On Demand, where there is currently a FREE 30-day free trial (£11.95 per month thereafter). Get involved here: https://www.lesmills.com/uk/ondemand/
2020 has taught us, more than ever, the value of finding a balance in health and fitness that can teach us how to handle stress and anxiety as well as strengthen our immune system and help find a good sleep pattern and boost feel-good hormones.