SO WHAT WILL BODY ATTACK DO FOR ME?
The first thing I need to tell you is Body Attack is for everyone. This class has options and levels so a beginner and an advanced participant can work alongside each other, yet BOTH get a workout to suit their individual level.
Body Attack will:
- Burn lots of calories for a leaner body
- Tone and shape your body
- Raise your overall fitness and stamina for high-energy sports like football or tennis
- Improve your coordination and agility
- Make you stronger through core conditioning work
- Improve your bone health and density
- Increase your heart and lung capacity through a full-body cardio workout
WHAT DO I NEED TO BRING?
- Comfortable workout clothes
- A really good pair of trainers for foot stability
- Drink bottle and towel
We supply everything else.
WHEN AND WHERE ARE THE CLASSES?
See the timetable for class times.
HOW MUCH ARE THE CLASSES?
Classes are £4.00 per session. Check out our Special Offers and discounts though for some great savings on classes.
HOW OFTEN SHOULD I ATTEND?
We would recommend attending Body Attack alongside two other cardio classes, (e.g. Body Combat, Zumba), plus some strength and conditioning work such as Pilates, Bums & Tums or Body Pump. Flexibility work would also be a great compliment to your programme, which Pilates is great for.
WHEN WILL I NOTICE RESULTS?
Once you’ve started BODY ATTACK you should see improvements in your level of fitness within about six weeks. As you progress you should also experience fat loss and improved muscle tone., especially when combined with a calorie controlled diet.
BODY ATTACK… WHAT’S THAT?
BODYATTACK is a simple, high-intensity group fitness class that’s fully optioned to cater for all levels. You’ll experience high-energy sports training moves for cardiovascular fitness, along with upper and lower body conditioning exercises for building strength. A new BODYATTACK class is released every three months with new music and choreography.
SO DESCRIBE A TYPICAL CLASS
BODYATTACK is designed around a 45-minute two-peak format with up to 11 music tracks. Each track has a different exercise focus to challenge your cardio fitness and stamina, and is made up from a selection of the following:
Warm-up - The focus in the opening track is on big, simple aerobic moves to get the body warm.
Mixed impact - This track will take you through an increasing range of moves and foot strikes, preparing the body for the aerobic action ahead.
Aerobic - Step up the intensity and range of movement and get into your personal training “zone” ahead of the peak track to follow.
Plyometric - This is where the class hits its first intensity peak, putting the body under load through quick-fire plyometric exercises often used in sports training.
Upper body conditioning - Time to bring the heart rate down and recover, as well as building strength. The focus here is on shoulders, chest, triceps and core conditioning work for toning and shaping the upper body.
Running - Loosen up again with some free and patterned running and get the legs ready to fire again.
Agility - It’s now time to test your speed and agility with a big mix of moves and have fun with some class interaction.
Interval - Challenge your cardio systems with a series of work/recovery blocks.
Power - The final peak where you dig deep and push through powerful moves for maximum effort. Enjoy the group dynamic at the heart of BODYATTACK . Lower body conditioning Time to recover the heart rate while conditioning the lower body for great shape, condition and tone.
Cool-down - Congratulations, you made it. Time to recover and stretch.
HOW DO I DO BODY ATTACK SAFELY?
Your teacher is there to make sure you do everything correctly, but try to remember:
- Good posture is the foundation of all exercise.
- Focus on learning the right technique at the beginning.
- Work continuously at perfecting your technique.
- Perform the movements with control – smooth actions, not jerky.
- Always keep your joints slightly bent, don’t lock out your arms or legs.
- Listen to your body, it will tell you if something is not right.
- Body Attack should feel challenging, but at any time you need to take a rest, that’s fine!
BODY ATTACK is for everyone with moderate fitness levels. Because the moves are simple you don’t need to be especially well coordinated. Some muscle pain is natural at first, especially if it’s the same on both sides of your body. This is muscle soreness. Muscle soreness is typical when starting out on a training programme and normally occurs 24 to 48 hours after exercise. If you have pain down only one side or in the joints, check with the teacher. If the pain continues, see your doctor.
BODY ATTACK TESTIMONIAL
"I was reluctantly dragged along to the Monday evening Body Attack Class by my sister over a year ago.
My level of fitness was not fantastic and so I was advised to work at my own pace and not do anything that I felt uncomfortable with.
I found the class pretty hard going, but Body Attack was unlike any aerobics class I had ever been to before. The class was taught by two teachers, (Rachael & Michelle) and it was absolutely amazing. Many classes I have been to in the past are taught by teachers who I now consider to be amateurs compared to Jump Fitness' instructors.
I am now totally hooked on the classes. I go to Kettle Bells and Body Attack on a Monday, Body Pump on a Tuesday, Body Combat on a Wednesday and Body Pump and Body Perfect on a Thursday.
I would recommend Jump Fitness Classes to anybody, of any age and fitness level. All of the instructors are really friendly and welcome all, put you at ease straight away and makes exercising a pleasure."
Susan. Age 33 from Redcar