The Les Mills On Demand fitness program was recommended to me by a work colleague as a great way to work out at home as she wasn’t a fan of the gym.
The website has been professionally designed and is easy to use. There are a number of helpful getting started video series available after you sign up. You can easily see these on a lazy weekend.
There are sections on the site dedicated to the following topics: Community (link to Facebook), Challenges (weekly plans), Equipment, Getting Started and Help. At the top right there are links to search, subscribe, subscribe and sign in.
There is a handy fitness test that allows you to assess your current fitness level using four basic tests. This is an ideal way to measure your progress.
You’ll probably spend most of your time on the homepage – the fitness videos are broken down into the world’s top programs, trainer series, workout plans and challenges, getting started, new workouts this month, bonus content (stretch, audio workouts, dance like) Nina Dobrev and more).
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You’ll also find sections on tech and learning (think tutorials), equipping with Les Mills Smart Tech, free workouts, and using the platform.
The world’s leading fitness programs are:
- Born to move – for children and parents
- Bodyattack – sports conditioning
- Body balance – yoga fusion
- Bodycombat – martial arts inspired workouts
- Bodypump – strength training with a barbell
- Bodystep – step aerobics
- Cxworx – core conditioning – based on training the muscles around the core
- Les Mills Barre – Ballet-Inspired Fitness
- Les Mills Dance – dance fitness
- Les Mills Grit – High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) – 30 minutes of cardio, strength or pylo
- Les Mills Sprint – HIIT Indoor Cycling
- Les Mills Training – full body workout
- Mind Body Series – Vinyasa inspired yoga and mindfulness
- RPM – group indoor cycling
- Sh’bam – dance fitness
- The Journey – Immersive Indoor Cycling
Did you know that Les Mills On Demand has seen a 900% increase in new users since January 2020?
Les Mills users say they exercise to improve fitness, relieve stress, improve strength, and improve mental health.
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You will likely like some of the fitness classes more than others. I enjoyed the Body Attack and BodyCombat courses the most. I would have enjoyed the dance classes more if we hadn’t had a carpet at home. Perhaps the only thing some people will miss is recipes and meal plans.
I found Les Mills to be a great gym alternative and perfect for anyone looking for a professionally designed fitness regimen to use at home.
To learn more about LES MILLS On Demand, visit https://www.lesmills.com/ondemand/
About Les Mills
Les Mills is the world’s leading group fitness provider. There are currently 20 programs available at participating gyms and fitness facilities worldwide. Les Mills programs include the world’s first group strength training, BODYPUMP ™, BODYCOMBAT ™ (martial arts), RPM ™ (indoor cycling), LES MILLS GRIT ™ (30-minute high-intensity interval training) and the revolutionary immersive cycle experience . THE EXCURSION ™. Each workout is updated every three months with new choreography and music.
The company was founded in 1968 by the four-time Olympian Les Mills in New Zealand and has grown into the world’s leading fitness company over the past 52 years. Les Mills workouts are offered by 140,000 certified trainers in 20,000 clubs in 100 countries and are available as live, virtual and immersive courses and via the LES MILLS ™ On Demand streaming platform.