What is BODYPUMP class at Goodlife?

BODYPUMP is a 60-minute high-intensity strength workout that challenges all of your major muscle groups, resulting in a stronger more sculpted body. With upbeat chart-topping music, BODYPUMP incorporates squats, presses, lifts and curls to strengthen your entire body.

How many times a week should you do BODYPUMP?

BODYPUMP challenges all of your major muscle groups so we recommend you do no more than two to three workouts a week, and make sure you have a day off in between. Add two or three cardio workouts into the mix and you’ll shape and tone your body in no time.

Is BODYPUMP OK for beginners?

BODYPUMP has a bit of a cult following, with die-hard pumpers coming to class anywhere from three to four times per week. But beginners are always welcome—even if you’ve never lifted a barbell before. The greatest thing about a BODYPUMP class is that you can modify it to meet you where you are at.

Is BODYPUMP good for losing weight?

As muscles repair from the workouts your body’s metabolism is increased. This means that calories are burned by BodyPump at an increased rate long after you finish your Body Pump class. With increased muscle mass, you’ll use more energy, resulting in a greater rate of weight loss.


Set to a pulsing rhythm of 10 tracks, BodyPump is a workout routine that uses High-Intensity Interval Training (Hiit). It is specifically designed to help build lean muscle and strength, and improve your fat-burning ability, Reddy says.

Is BODYPUMP better than weights?

Bodypump focuses on toning and lengthening muscles, whereas heavier lifting develops bulkier muscle mass. It also comes down to preference and experience: Bodypump is more beginner-friendly, but if you’re no stranger to strength training and want to take it to the next level, weightlifting might be more your speed.

Is BODYPUMP considered HIIT?

What are the disadvantages of BodyPump?

The risk of too many reps So, not only is performing hundreds of repetitions unnecessary, it can be a quick way to a repetitive strain or overuse injury. The researchers in a study of BODYPUMP participants worried that doing so many repetitions could result in some improper technique.

Is BodyPump better than weights?

Will BODYPUMP get you ripped?

BODYPUMP can help build muscle, particularly for those new to strength training, and more muscle mass means increased calorie burning. However, one can likely produce similar or superior gains in muscle mass using significantly fewer total reps than what’s found in BODYPUMP, provided they also use heavier loads.

Is BodyPump good for losing weight?