Workouts To Try Now
If it makes you sweat, Izabel Goulart probably does it - yoga, core training, tennis, running - but everything she does, she tags on Instagram #BodyByIza. If you’re bored of doing the same old exercises all the time, try her all-round approach
Life in the air
Combining the postures of yoga with the suspension equipment of acrobatics, aerial yoga will promote flexibility, alleviate tension, strengthen muscles and improve mental functioning and concentration. Pauline Hoarau uses it to get that angel body.
Regular or goofy?
If the thought of a crowded gym full of pounding machines fills you with dread, make like Natalie Westling and learn to skateboard. The balance techniques will work out your core, agility and stamina.
Get in, get out
According to experts, the best way to blitz the gym is to exercise in short sharp bursts in high intensity circuit training.
Punching above your weight
Ditch the pounding soundtrack
Meditation is a growing technique used by many to improve the most important muscle of all: the brain. New ways of working out incorporates mindfulness into exercise, be it affirmations, or breathing technique, so you benefit in two ways instead of one. Reports suggest the exercise is more beneficial too.
Get out on the open waves
Water babies like Ellie Leith love surfing. For those who don’t have handy access to the ocean shore, Surfset classes use simulation boards to offer the rotational core training that give surfers their long lean looks.