Survived my first BODYATTACK class!! Oh wow this was one of the toughest but also most fun Les Mills classes that I have ever tried! I ❤️ Les Mills!!!
Funny story: I woke up at 6 am on Saturday to work out before going to work. I was having my coffee and reading on social media when I spotted this free Fitness Festival this weekend.
I wrote about the first time I went to the Fitness Festival in September last year. In January I dragged even my brother to such a Fitness Festival and we did a BODYPUMP class. It was so much fun but not for him though, he said it was a nice experience but never again. We’re crazy for doing this to ourselves. 😂😂😂
So back to Saturday morning, I decided to skip my early morning workout and go to work early so I can go to this Fitness Festival after work.
But I missed the bus after work so I missed the first class which was Step and I literally thought before the next bus came if I should go at all.
I did a quick shopping spree in the city (obviously what’s a girl to do with some free time?! 😂) and eventually went back to the bus station where I stood for 5 minutes trying to decide if I should go or just go home while the driver was looking at me.
Long story short I jumped on the bus exactly as the driver was closing the doors and that’s how I ended up doing the BODYATTACK class.
This gym is much smaller than where I was last time and the location is not the best for me but I knew if I don’t go then I won’t work out today so I’m glad that I went. Also I usually work out alone at home so group classes are good once in awhile so I can train with others and train live with the trainers for a change.
All in all I loved the BODYATTACK. It is a cardio-based class, we did a lot of squats, lunges, burpees, planks, running, plyometrics movements pushups and some abs exercises like crunches and leg lifts at the end. It was a lot of fun because of the format of the class: it is very dynamic and fast-paced. We not only did exercises at our designated spot but we also ran some laps in the classroom, or we were split up in two groups and did the exercises facing each other, or we had to run to the middle of the classroom while high-fiving each other. It definitely put a smile on my face. 🙂