Say goodbye to bingo wings
Thanks to Booty Camp I have found my fitness calling. You would never guess it, but I’m a boxer at heart (or a bruiser, as bh’s Liv would call me). Not proper punch-in-the-head boxing (I’d probably cry if I got punched in the face), but jumping around jabbing and hooking with my fellow beautyheaven Booty Campers.
This is the part I look forward to the most and what gets me up so early in the morning (that and the fact that I have the best Booty Camp attendance record out of the beautyheaven team – I haven’t missed ONE SINGLE SESSION, and I’m determined to hold that record. Rain, hail, shine, hangover - I’m up and out there!)
I am such a girly girl, so I never thought I would get such pleasure from punching those pads. But it’s such a great stress release (me? Angry? No...), and great for your cardiovascular fitness.
If you’ve ever started an intense fitness regime after not having exercised for a while (like me), you’ll probably get to the point where you feel like you might throw up (also like me). So here’s what you do – don’t abruptly stop exercising, but keep moving. Walk around until the feeling wears off. Our trainer, Yaly, taught us that and it works a treat. ”¨”¨But don’t be scared by my talk of vomit! You get over the pain and exhaustion surprisingly quickly. Before you know it you’re doing sumo squats and push-ups with ease and getting through the day with much more energy. My arms are already much more toned and I am getting pretty darn good at those tricky boxing combinations. ”¨”¨So get out there and get your gloves on, and say goodbye to those tuck shop lady arms...
Join us in our six-week health and fitness challenge and you could win one of two free Booty Camp fitness courses! Simply log on to our dedicated forum thread, let us know your goal (it can be anything from eating healthier, exercising regularly or losing weight), and keep us updated throughout the six weeks with your progress. We’ll be awarding spot prizes throughout the challenge, and the Booty Camp prize at the end of the six weeks.
Is there one particular form of exercise you really love?