Les Mills PUMPIt’s been about a month since I started Les Mills PUMP. And while I am still taking it easy because of a shoulder issue (a self-diagnosed injury, believed to be the result of many hours spent leaning over the crib), I can already feel and see a difference. I don’t think I have ever fallen in love with a workout this fast. I love the cast. They are lean and ripped and I want to look like the girls. The music is AWESOME! You can definitely tell that PUMP isn’t just a workout but it is a science. The people behind the scenes worked hard to create a program that will live up to its name. I also did a little research and according to the information on the Les Mills Website, the programs are rechoreographed every three months. I hope they continue to release new programs through Beachbody. Although, I have to admit that taking an actual class seems like it would be really fun and exciting. Les Mills Pump is based on the idea of “The Rep Effect”. This type of training is geared towards building and shaping long, lean muscle by using low weights with high repetition. The trainers in the videos show you the correct way to do the moves. I am still working on the “Clean and Press“. For some reason, I find that to be the trickiest one. I am proud to say that Beachbody has done it again. I am happy to be part of the Beachbody company. They continue to provide programs that help me reach my goals. Now, if I could find the will-power to be more consistent with my eating habits. That little voice in the back of my head keeps saying “Any day now, Regina. It’s time to make some <permanent> changes to the grocery list!”
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