The new releases are out! To be honest, for a few weeks now, but so far I’ve only had the time to listen to the music. It wasn’t bad at […]Read more
1000… 993… 986… 979… or maybe not?
The other day I read in our Les Mills Instructor Newsletter that researchers have found that the “training pain” – meaning when you literally make your muscles burn by performing […]Read more
New Bodyattack UNITED Release
Corona has turned our lives upside down in many areas and certainly the fitness industry has been one of the hardest hit: Gyms had to close temporarily, group training was […]Read more
“After the half-marathon is before the half-marathon”
That was last week’s dry answer from a work colleague to my enthusiastic announcement that I had just registered for the hella hamburg half-marathon 2021. 🙂 It would then be […]Read more
Back in ATTACK
Back in ATTACK I hit the jumping jack I’ve been too long I’m glad to be back Yes, I’m let loose From the faineance-noose That’s kept me hanging around I’ve […]Read more
Any evening, e.g. between 8 p.m. and 11 p.m.: high-intensity abdominal workout
Eaten too much but don’t want to go for hover, plank or crunches because they are far too strenuous? Your favourite course Bodyattack is still not taking place? The gym […]Read more
Exploring new paths. …uh, I mean running new paths, of course.
This morning I thought about the fact that the current, difficult situation also has, thank God, positive effects. It may be out of necessity, but still: New solutions are sought, […]Read more
How you can tell in everyday life that the training brings a result
Many of us train as a compensation for sedentary activity. To get your head free. For migraine. For beautiful, defined muscles and an athletic shape. To burn fat. And so […]Read more
Bodyattack technique tutorial: The push-up
Since the gyms are still closed in most of the German federal states – if I am on the right level of information, only North Rhine-Westphalia is an exception – […]Read more
Keep on rollin’, baby!
Last week a colleague at work could hardly walk because of pain in his knee, the poor guy. I could tell minutes in advance from his very slow, limping gait […]Read more