You can laugh at me if you like for this post, but I know for sure there is another person out there that was just like me, so here we go….
The fact of the matter is, quite a few of the question’s that come from my blog’s email are about Les Mills group fitness. Many of those Les Mills questions are from people preparing for Les Mills Initial Training, so here’s the first step!
Every quarter, Les Mills Group Fitness shares with instructors some educational tips to help us better execute our programs! I was super elated to see this subject matter because one of my fitness SHEroes is currently pregnant and maintained her vigorous instructor schedule for quite a while.
I thought participants would greatly appreciate this information. I’ve seen mommies to be phase in out of programs before and after their pregnancies! I just love to see women continue their fitness efforts while pregnant!
So heres the 411 straight from the international group fitness gurus!
A few weeks ago, Amber (who is clearly not a stranger to the PFL community), passed her Les Mills RPM training! YAY Amber!!! I am so proud of her! If you are not familiar with Les Mills Programs, RPM is the equivalent of a spin or cycling class.
Have you ever thought about teaching a Les Mills program: BODYPUMP, BODYCOMBAT, BODYATTACK, SHA’BAM, RPM, BODYFLOW, BODYSTEP, lol? The list just keeps going of available classes to choose from! We have a couple of Les Mills trainings coming up around my way for people interested in teaching 2 of the programs: BODYPUMP and BODYJAM.
I thought this would be a good time for me to give a tip or two based on my training experiences with 2 of the programs BODYPUMP & BODYCOMBAT. This post is for those headed to training next weekend, for your benefit if you ever thought about teaching, or for those of you interested in knowing what the process is like!
If you are unclear what Les Mills programs are like, then watch this quick little awesome video that showcases most of the programs. There is something for all of you!
“LES MILLS™ group fitness and team training programs change the lives of millions of people in 14,000 clubs across 80 countries. Their mission is to create a fitter planet, one workout at a time.”
Last week Act-Fit Friday was for those of you who like to go solo in the gym. This week, I’m back with my baby: Group Fitness!!! I know you hear group fitness, group fitness, group fitness from me all the time. I thought it would be nice to hear it from someone else.
BODY ATTACK my FAVORITE Les Mills cardio class next to Combat of course 🙂 from a long time participant and now new instructor!