Free content during the Corona crisis.
They are giving free on demand content for those who want to work out at home.
It is not free. It gives you 14 days free trial. It says: "Billed monthly after trial. Cancel future payments anytime"
It asks card details etc. If you don't cancel your subscription after 14 days you'll get charged. I think the summary is written to confuse users.
if that's true not a bargain - actually it's a mare's nest
Thank you Neil for improving my post.
I should have put more effort into it. I hope people find this useful.
I will miss doing my regular Pump classes. Stay safe everyone.
They have free content that you can access without a login/subscription. I just had a quick look and a lot of the content is still locked but there are a few 55 minute workouts that can be accessed.
Maybe this is the link?
I'm a Body Combat instructor. These have been available all along - Les Mills On Demand (LMOD) for a subscription fee. They are just making it free to ppl who can't or choose not to attend gyms now. I have many member friends who were already looking into signing up and so will really appreciate this altruistic gesture.
Yep, I was considering the same, so I appreciate it.
Work for them? I actually would not promote this at all if i had my self-interest in mind. I need ppl to go to the gym to teach classes. $$$? Its free!
Can you download those videos?
You can if you have the right apps/software.
*edit: tried to send you PM but your account settings doesn't allow incoming messages.
Have a google around for various flash vid downloaders.
This chrome extension seems to work for me https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/stream-video-downl...
Thanks op, love these workouts :) . I quit the gym so this is fantastic.
These workouts are awesome! Thanks OP
Shall we start another thread to share the experience of lesmilles, like which workout should i do at home? i am inclined to do the HIIT cardio one. Any other recommendations? Note i dont have (want to use) any equipment except for a few rubber bands.
You don’t need equipment for Body Combat, Body attack & Body Balance.
As mentioned by lusical, you don't need equipment for bodycombat, bodyattack, or bodybalance. Also for the following (not sure what's on LMOD right now): Barre, GRIT Cardio, Tone, Bodyjam, Sh'bam.
By rubber band do you mean some sort of resistance band or similar? If so, you could possibly also do Cxworx. They occasionally use weight plates for this class too, however, often show alternatives with the band or you can forgo it.
Let me know if you have other questions
My favourite is Les Mills Body Combat
Love Body Attack, used to do it 3-4 times/week.
Got a NZ Les Mills membership (lifetime) can I use it in Qld ?
Not if it's a membership for the Les Mills gyms in NZ. You'd have to sign up with whichever gym you visit in QLD, or perhaps you could get a free trial.
So, you should be able to get a 60 day free trial instead of the 14 day trial when you sign up using your LMNZ member ID. Not sure where exactly you'd put it, apparently there's some kind of prompt, or perhaps a 'coupon' area for it to go?
Great to see it's free for people to try.
I attend gyms to do these classes but have also subscribed to Les Mills on demand (Lmod) for last three years as it's convenient when classes are not at a suitable time.
The classes I'm confident in I go to the gym to do but the ones that I'm not so great at I do at home where no one will see me trying.
Anyone can recommend a good value barbell set for Body Pump. I know Les Mills sell them, but for $300+, it's too expensive for home use
Big W sell a set for $39 - here
Nice. That sort of thing would be perfect for Bodypump. Only other thing then would be a step, but even then it's not completely necessary.
Do you guys see the 100+ workouts? I only see about 20 odd, mainly one from each program and a few short ones…
Regardless definitely appreciative of Les Mills! I go to their classes daily and still do (practising good hygiene and social distancing).
Thanks I will start this once I finish my 1000+ udemy courses which I haven't started
Had a look at one of the videos and was instantly out. How are you supposed to follow what they are doing when the camera is all over the place like a rap video
Body Combat #80, is almost an NZ tourism ad…
Just tried the body combat. First half is pretty cruisy then it kicks in when the pushups start. Not too shabby for a free workout.