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Title: Top 3 Fitness Classes Melbourne Women Are Flocking To in 2018


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Top 3 Fitness Classes Melbourne Women Are
Flocking To in 2018 They say strong is the new
sexy, and it seems that with the increased
participation in fitness classes Melbourne women
are signing up for, more and more women are
looking into a variety of exercises not just to
look good but for their overall health. If you're
looking to spice up your fitness routine, here
are the top fitness classes to join this year.
  • Boxing
  • What is it and why you should try it out Boxing
    classes involve high intensity and fast paced
    movements, often involving boxing with a partner.
    Moving with power from your hips and waist,
    expect some amazing transformation in the
    strength and tone of your core muscles. Not only
    does boxing do wonders for your core, it also
    improves your sense of balance and hand-eye
    coordination as you learn to add more fluidity in
    your movements.
  • Watch out for After your first class, expect to
    get sore all over especially in the muscles under
    the armpits. Stretch these muscles the next day
    with a few seconds of side bends on each side.
    Just extend your arms to the ceiling, palms
    touching. Keeping your spine straight, bring your
    hips to the right, and with straight arms point
    your fingers to the left. Hold this for 10 full
    breaths, and repeat on the other side.
  • Beginner's survival tips Come to the gym or
    studio 15 to 20 minutes early. This will give you
    enough time to speak to the trainer before the
    class and ask them any questions you might have
    about the routine. The trainer will also be able
    to walk you through the fundamentals including
    how to wrap your hands, pick the correct size of
    gloves, as well as the basic punches.

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  • Spinning
  • What is it and why you should try it out If your
    idea of a spinning class is a boring ride on a
    stationary bike indoors, make 2018 the year when
    you discover how spinning is anything but
    boring. Top studios offer a group class
    experience that combines an invigorating ride
    through various terrains and scenery, adjustable
    pace, energising music, and interactive elements
    designed to keep the riders motivated. Regulars
    swear by the number of calories burned after
    each class and how their endurance has improved
    after doing this fitness regime regularly.
  • Watch out for Cycling can overload your hip
    flexors and quadriceps due to the repetitive
    movements of your legs while keeping your spine
    in a bent forward position for a certain amount
    of time. Overdoing it can simultaneously overwork
    some muscle groups in the body while shutting
    others down. Don't let this take away your
    enjoyment of spinning classes. Complement
    hitting the bike with a strength training regime
    that works out all areas of the body.
  • Beginner's survival tips Snack bars are common
    now in a fitness studio Melbourne included. Yes,
    you'll be burning a lot of calories in class but
    don't ride on a full stomach. If you must, just
    have a light snack (one banana or an apple) at
    least 30 minutes before class. Ask help from the
    instructor as well in setting you up with your
    bike so that you are not sitting too low nor too
    high. Being in proper form on the bike is
    essential for you to get the most out of this
    workout and avoid unnecessary strains or
    injuries.
  • Barre
  • What is it and why you should try it out Barre
    was the brainchild of ballerina Lotte Berk, a
    German ballerina based in London. In 1959, after
    a back injury, she thought of creating an
    exercise system that combines her dance
    conditioning routines and her rehabilitative
    therapy exercises. Today, barre classes
    typically mix ballet, functional training,
    Pilates, and even some yoga movements. Aside
    from the barre, most classes also use small hand
    weights, yoga straps, and Pilates balls. The
    workout sequence aims to sculpt, strengthen and
    tone the body.
  • Watch out for Due to the popularity of barre
    workouts, it is not difficult now to find a barre
    studio or a fitness club that includes this in
    their class offerings. However, as there is no
    governing body that certifies whether a studio's
    barre class is up to par or not, students may be
    going to a class led by an instructor that just
    mixed some pliés and elevés with a couple of yoga
    or Pilates movements without having undergone
    proper barre training herself. Before signing up
    for a class pass, check out the studio's and
    instructor's credentials.
  • Beginner's survival tips In your first class,
    watch how the regulars do the pulses - notice
    that the movements are done in tiny increments.
    Performing the "down an inch, up an inch"
    isometric movements may not seem to do anything
    at first but repetition combined with the other
    exercises in class do give a killer workout. In
    fact, expect to be sore for a day or two after
    the class. Wear form-fitting clothes so that the
    instructor can easily observe your alignment and
    movement, and spot anything that needs correction.

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Whether you plan to try one or all of these
popular fitness classes, try to go to class at
least three times a week for you to really
notice results and maintain the positive changes
in your body. Savor the good aches and listen
well to the instructor to get in good form. For
convenience, choose among the top fitness clubs
Melbourne has that offer all three.
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