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Review of Les Mills Body Combat release 70 – GFOC Podcast Series 2 Episode 1

In this long overdue episode of Group Fitness Over Coffee, I review Les Mills Body Combat release 70.

So welcome to Group Fitness Over Coffee Series 2 Episode 1.

Rather than write a review this time round I thought I’d record my thoughts as a podcast. Have a listen and then let me know what you think.

Review of Les Mills Body Combat release 70 - GFOC Podcast Series 2 Episode 1

Les Mills Body Combat has changed a great deal over the last 2 years and release 70 saw even bigger changes to the format.

Is it a big thumbs up. Or big thumbs down?

Let’s talk about the new track 1C – the integrated core warm-up. Was the “hip escape move” too hard for people too early in the class?

Does all the floor work fit in a Body Combat class or are Les Mills making the experience too similar to other HIIT classes?

Have a listen to the show and let me know what you think?

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Hype – Track List for Les Mills Body Combat release 71

Finally – if you really want to know. It’s here.

The track list for Les Mills Body Combat release 71.

Coming to a club near you in April 2017.

Hype - Track List for Les Mills Body Combat release 71

What Les Mills say about Body Combat 71.

BODYCOMBAT Release 71 is truly spectacular. With an
authentic striking rhythm to start our workout, followed by aspecific kick mobility track, this already sets up the class for huge success.

As always thanks to Simon Philp for finding this list first. Check out his blog  – you’ll find much more Les Mills stuff here!

Now it’s your turn:

What do you think of the Les Mills Body Combat release 71 tracklist? Please leave a comment and share your thoughts.

Listen on Amazon:

If you want more spoilers you can click on the links above to see the music on Amazon. They won’t be exactly the same mixes because Les Mills often edit the tracks, and some are Les Mills cover versions and not available commercially.

Can’t Stop the Feeling – Track list for Les Mills Body Balance release 76

Better late than never – here’s the track list for Les Mills Body Balance release 76.

You’ll see this in clubs from April 2017.

If you don’t want spoilers DON’T READ any further. Otherwise, have a look.

Track list for Les Mills Body Balance release 76

Here’s what Les Mills have to say about release 76.

“We choreographed this release while on holiday… can you tell? It’s smooth and slow and accompanied by a lot of upbeat music – it’s really pretty lovely, even if we do say so ourselves!”

Now it’s your turn:

What do you think of the Les Mills Body Balance release 76 track list? Leave a comment and share your thoughts.

Listen on Amazon:

If you want more spoilers you can click on the links above to see the music on Amazon. They won’t be exactly the same mixes because Les Mills often edit the tracks, and some are Les Mills cover versions and not available commercially. But it will give you a good feel for what’s on its way.

A VLOG about yoga, coffee and content marketing – RogVLOG2

I’ve recently started doing a Vlog.

It documents my life as a marketing guy and fitness and yoga instructor.

I thought I’d share episode 2 with you because it includes a behind the scenes sneaky peak into my power yoga class.

You can also check out my place to work from – the best coffee shop in Edinburgh.  And I talk about content marketing, what I do when I’m not teaching classes, with city colleagues.

Thanks to Pelham Hill from Renroc Cafe and Faith Liversedge from Nucleus Financial for appearing in the show.

More about Renroc Cafe:

Following its refresh and refurbishment in June 2012, they created a cross between the casualness of a cafe and the formality of a restaurant. Where good food and a dining experience need not cost the earth. That it can be fun, casual and relaxed too.”

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If you want to find out more about Cafe Renroc Bar and Venue – visit their website here. 

Now it’s your turn:

What did you think of the VLOG? Thinking about visiting Cafe Renroc? Please leave a comment below or chat about it on social media.

If you enjoyed RogVLOG2 – about yoga, coffee and content marketing –  it’d be great if you subscribed to my YouTube channel.

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