Programs

Body Pump

Body Pump is THE ORIGINAL BARBELL CLASS™, the ideal workout for anyone looking to get lean, toned and fit – fast.

Using light to moderate weights with lots of repetition, Body Pump gives you a total body workout. It will burn up to 540 calories. Instructors will coach you through the scientifically-backed moves and techniques pumping out encouragement, motivation and great music – helping you achieve much more than on your own! You’ll leave the class feeling challenged and motivated, ready to come back for more. Body Pump is available as either a 55, 45 or 30-minute workout.

Intensity
Calories Burn
Toning

Get lifting with Body Pump and you’ll tone and shape your entire body, without adding bulky muscles.


BENEFITS

This full-body barbell workout will burn calories, shape and tone your entire body, increase core strength and improve bone health.

THE SCIENCE OF BODYPUMP

This program is based on THE REP EFFECT, a proven formula that exhausts muscles using light weights, while performing high repetitions - this is the secret to developing lean, athletic muscle.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

More About Body Pump

  • What do I need for a Body Pump class?

    All you need is comfortable workout clothes, supportive shoes, a drink bottle and a sweat towel. During the class you’ll use a weight bar and weight plates and a step. These will be supplied in the class.

  • How strong do I need to be?

    Body Pump instructors provide options to suit everyone. It’s a good idea to start with really light weights or even just a bar. Start slowly with just one to two classes a week and build up from four or five tracks to a full class. You’ll find your fitness and strength improves over a number of sessions.

  • How often should I do a Body Pump class?

    Body Pump will really challenge all of your major muscle groups so we recommend you do no more than two to three classes a week, and make sure you have a day off in between. Add two to three cardio classes into the mix and you’ll shape and tone your body in no time.

  • I’m pregnant. Can I still do Body Pump?

    Safety is our number one priority, so we recommend talking with your doctor or midwife who will advise you appropriately as they have the best knowledge of your medical history. Also, chat to your class instructor beforehand to let them know you’re pregnant. They’ll suggest some modifications for you throughout the class.