- FREE TRIAL
- PRE / POST NATAL WORKOUTS
The LA based celeb-favorite LEKFIT workout class has found a way to perfectly translate their magic into on online experience that will leave you sore but ready to do it again the next day. The LEKFIT digital experience got a 10/10 from us, with a seamless backend solution with easy to follow, clear and well produced videos.
Start with the Lekfit Boost class - their signature cardio and muscle sculpting full-body workout. It includes a warm-up, low impact, high-intensity cardio session using mini rebounders, leg, arm and core series plus a cool down. You are probably asking yourself, “what is a rebounder?” Well, it’s just a trampoline. If you don’t happen to have one handy, try their other class, Hype. If you are looking for a fun, sweaty workout - LEKFIT is for you.
Average Class Difficulty7.3
In 30 Rebounder Cardio30 minute class
If you're looking for a rebounder class then absolutely give LekFit's signature rebounder cardio class a try. Rebounder classes are great as a low-impact workout (the tramp absorbs the impact), but do not be fooled into thinking that means that they're easy. You will be dripping sweat by the end of this high-intensity class.
LekFit is woman owned and baby friendly and their 'MAMA' section of workouts are designed specifically for the pre/post natal body. This collection of 34 on demand videos will walk you through every stage of your pregnancy with cardio / sculpt and rebounder workouts.
THE TENY TIP
This low impact, efficient and high intensity workout is great for all levels. If you have been thinking about getting a mini trampoline to add to your home gym equipment, consider this your sign to press purchase. We promise you won't look back.
WHO IT'S GOOD FOR
Anyone looking for a challenging workout, whether you are a beginner, intermediate or advanced. There are modifications for every move, so don’t be intimidated to start if you’re a beginner.
$24.99 / month after a 7 day free trial for first time students.
Lek Fit Digital
Good to know’s
Each class lists the equipment you’ll need for that particular class, but in general having a mat, 3, 5 or 10 lb weights, rebounder, 3lb ankle weight, resistance bands, glider and gloves will have you covered. Modifications and alternatives are provided if you are limited in space or equipment.
THE CLASSES TO TAKE
If you’re new, start with their basics program, which walks you through, well, the basics of the program. From there, try their Boost or Hype class.