Top 5 Les Mills Classes for Group Fitness Junkies

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Group fitness classes have grown immensely in popularity as of late. Soul Cycle, Crossfit, Body Pump — you name it, there’s a class for it. Part of the demand for group classes comes from the desire for comradery, while others like it because it makes exercise less intimidating. In a group fitness atmosphere, a certified instructor is the mastermind behind the operation. He or she is telling you what to do, so you don’t have to worry about injuring yourself, looking stupid, or performing the wrong moves.

Certain companies and institutions have made significant strides thanks to the uptick in enthusiasm for group fitness. SoulCycle, a Manhattan-based chain of health clubs, has quickly become well-known across the country, especially thanks to celebrities and New Yorkers praising the spinning business, and another less exclusive fitness-focused company, Les Mills, has also benefited immensely, drawing athletes from all over the world to try its many fitness classes.

If you yourself are a gym rat, or you know of any, you’ve likely at least heard of Les Mills. As explained by its website, Les Mills is a New Zealand company that is the world’s largest provider of choreographed exercise-to-music group fitness classes distributed to health clubs. Les Mills classes are currently offered in 15,000 clubs and gyms and across over 80 countries. Popular, right? Many exercise fanatics have tried the classes and love them, and what’s more, Les Mills programs are updated every three months with new choreography, music, and instructor education, so the programs are always fresh and exercisers are constantly challenged.

So, just in case you’re in the mood for a new workout, or simply want to know what the famed Les Mills programs are all about, today we’re providing a breakdown of the many classes that Les Mills offers. The programs are offered in many clubs across the U.S., and a quick perusal of the company’s website details where exercisers can find them. Though Les Mills’ fitness portfolio currently contains 13 different classes, today we’re simplifying and focusing on the most popular: BodyPump, RPM, BodyCombat, BodyAttack, and BodyBalance.

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