Much like high school science projects and epic tug-of-war battles, getting fit is something that’s better done in a group. Whether you need someone to chuckle when you trip over your own feet during an obstacle course, or someone to phone you awake when you’re thinking of skipping your morning jog, it can be helpful to have someone around to motivate you. See what group-fitness can do for you and save up to 60% on a one-month Ladies Outdoor Fitness Boot-camp at Transform Hers.
- Pay R200 for training three days a week for a month, valued at R500
- Pay R275 for training four days a week for a month, valued at R550
Even though sweating out on the treadmill in an air-conditioned gym might be the touted way to get fit, Transform Hers knows that being out in the fresh air surrounded by other workouteers is an easier way to stay motivated. A four-week outdoor motivational boot-camp, the Transform Hers fitness program encourages those of the female-persuasion to strive for their fitness goals while surrounded by like-minded ladies and utilising fun and energising group activities.
Led by inspiring trainers that could give the best motivational speaker a jog for their money, the Transform Hers programs provides an hour of challenging, but fun, workouts out in nature. Involving everything from cardio to strength training, the workouts utilise skipping, therabands, light weights and even obstacle courses. With fun sweat-sessions focussed on creating full-body results and fitness-gurus that will keep you motivated, the four-week program really does what it says on the tin and all but guarantees to transform your fitness mind-set. Whether you choose to sweat it out three or four times a week, the workouts are designed to accommodate your fitness level. If you’re the type who finds yourself napping instead of pedalling on the stationary bike, the Transform Hers programme is ideal, with workouts that vary daily and an atmosphere that’s more like a party than anything.Fitness Fact: Long before the asteroid hit, it was a common misconception that mice stole cheese because they liked to eat it. In reality the mice roll it into a ball, take it to their gym and use it like humans would an exercise ball.