Houston, TX (PRWEB) January 01, 2013
Based on successful BodyPump classes that Les Mills has going on in many gyms across the world, the Les Mills Pump workout is one of the more popular home-based workout programs to hit the market. A Les Mills Pump review takes a closer look at this one-of-a-kind fitness program that Les Mills International and Beachbody teamed up to produce.
After reviewing the program, Stan Stevenson from HealthAvenger.com states, "The program is designed for fitness buffs of all levels, and the weights can be adjusted according to the user’s preference. Repetitions for each body part that is targeted with the program can sometimes reach up to 100, and there are instances where users will need to complete 800 reps in one session alone. This means more calories burned and therefore faster results. It promises to deliver ripped abs, shapelier muscles, and a stronger core with the use of barbells and weights and high repetition exercises and uses what they call the Rep effect, whereby lighter weights are used for the workout instead of the heavier ones. To compensate for the amount of weight being used however, one will be required to do an increased number of repetitions so as to affect a change in a person’s physique."
Stevenson's Les Mills Pump review reveals that the Les Mills Pump Kit with 8 workouts that can be viewed in 7 DVDs, plus a bonus workout that can teach people how to strengthen the core and back has a lot to offer to users. The DVDs actually discuss everything that users will need to perform the workout without hassle. From assembling the bar to handling it safely and workouts that are both for beginners and advanced users, every detail is laid out and shown in the videos. The Les Mills Pump DVD workout program promises to help a person burn 1,000 calories per hour. The program also contains a fitness guide that can help maximize the benefits gained from using the kit. It is more like a magazine that contains articles and tips on high-rep workouts, interesting reads, like facts and myths on training with weights, the Rep Effect discussed more in detail as well as the proper stances that people need to follow if they want to get the most of the Rep Effect. It also contains a calendar that one can use for the entire length of the program (90 days).
He continues, “I’ve personally tried using the Les Mills Pump program and I can say that it works for me. I started with about 10% body fat and have lost over 3% since. The workout schedules are not bad either, seeing you need only work out 3 times a week, with the rest being off days if you want. I suggest that you see what Les Mills has in store in this program, and if you loved the BodyPump classes, you’ll definitely love this one as well.”
To access a comprehensive Les Mills Pump review, visit http://healthavenger.com/les-mills-pump-review