Boom Blaster is exactly what we are going to do today with this Step and weighted workout.
We have 2 sections, with 5 moves in each one. We will run through the routine twice, making sure we repeat for the left and right side of the body. I chose to raise my step and use 2kg weights today which is the heaviest I have used so far for a moving / cardio step class. You will be surprised at how quick the heart rate is ramped up in a short space of time by adding in the weights!
If you are short on time and want to feel the burn in your leg and glute muscles, then this is the workout for you today.
Using a bootyband to add resistance, we are working for 50 seconds with just 10 seconds rest to get yourself ready for the next move.
Choose your band and height of the step carefully, as its amazing how quick these exercises kick in!
Are you wanting to challenge your balance and arm strength whilst using the stepper? Then give this workout a blast.
A perfect mixture of cardio and weights, alternating every 3 minutes between each section. I decided not to use light weights in the cardio so I could really focus on the stepper, but don’t let that stop you! In the weighted parts I did just that and pushed myself to really go for it by going as heavy as I thought I could manage.
We had a lot of fun working together. This is a circuit system, 45 seconds with a 15 seconds rest and alternating between the Step and the Rebounder.
If you don’t have a step, you can perform all the moves on the floor.
Claire shows alternative lower impact options, whereas Scott ramps things up for those of you wanting more!
If you are new to Step or finding that some of our other step classes are too fast paced, then give this workout a try.
In this workout I will show you how to build a routine and easily transition from right to left.
A fun class that will have you wanting to come back for more.
Today is all about keeping the routine simple as well as transitioning from right to left.
We are working in sections, where we learn the choreography and repeat it twice, before moving onto a new part. Each time we add on we return to the beginning to refresh our memories and put it all together.
A great introduction to Step if you have recently purchased a stepper.