Featuring an optimal mix of strength, cardio and core training in a 45-minute session, Tone is the modern training experience for people on the go. Now available at Fitness First gyms across the Middle East, Tone plays with different training concepts to ensure you are challenged and get the best out of their workout.

The newly launched class has been created from the foundations of the Les Mills Bodyvive 3.1 class and maintains the original 3 in 1 training style – a mix of cardio, resistance and core.

The class is made up of a challenging mix of lunges, squats, tubing exercises and functional training, which combined, help to burn calories and build strength. Like every Les Mills class, Tone is set to the backdrop of an upbeat playlist which changes on a regular basis to ensure no one gets bored.

Fitness First Senior Group Exercise Instructor, Jelena Krneta, explains that Tone is a class that can be enjoyed no matter what your fitness level is.

What are the benefits of a Tone class?

If you want the optimal mix of strength, cardio and core training this is it. Step into a Les Mills Tone class and you’ll tick off a complete workout in 45 minutes. The challenging mix of exercises will help you burn calories and take your fitness to the next level.

Does Tone cater to all fitness levels?

Absolutely! Like any other Les Mills program, Tone offers a variety of options that can keep everybody from beginner to advanced level engaged at his/her level of fitness. Les Mills Tone instructors provide options for all fitness levels. This means you don’t need to be fit, just keen on get fitter and healthier. You will find your fitness, strength and agility improves over a number of sessions.

Can Tone help with injury rehabilitation?

Even though we provide options during the workout, some exercises might be challenging for specific injuries. However, once the instructor is aware of the injury they can advise a member accordingly on how he/she should proceed further with Tone classes.

Can Tone be considered as a cardio workout?

Cardio is one of the main focuses of the Tone class and it helps you to start burning calories and prepare for the resistance and core portions of the class.

What results can you expect to see after a Tone class?

The results you get depend on how hard you push yourself – you can absolutely work up a sweat when you’re ready. Whether you are a beginner or advanced member, Tone will help you to improve muscle tone in general and support fat burn. The optimal combination of cardio and strength boosts metabolism activating both slow and fast muscle fibers giving you an opportunity to build up lean looking muscles rather than bulking up.

How often should you attend a Tone class per week to get results?

Anything between two to four times a week will be a blessing to your body and overall well-being.

Is there a body part split?

In this optimal mix of cardio, resistance/strength and core workout, you will engage the whole body and burn calories whilst taking your fitness to another level.

Why should athletes/individuals in other sports/activities be doing Tone?

There is no sport or any sport activity where you’re not requested to come in with strong posture and core stability. Similar to Barre, Tone builds fitness and strength while improving energy levels, flexibility, balance, agility and core strength.

What is the class size and individual attention given by the trainer?

At Fitness First we look for optimal class sizes where our members feel comfortable and at the same time, safety is not compromised. For Tone specifically the class size can vary from 15 to 35 depending on the size of the studio. You will find classes being delivered in both main studios and Mind&Body studios should these be available, which affects allowed numbers of members per class.

What equipment is be used in the class?

We use small hand weights, tubes and mats to perform certain exercises throughout the class.

The new LES MILLS Tone class is available at Fitness First clubs throughout the Middle East. Fitness First has a range of classes and members have the option to access to unlimited classes at all Fitness First clubs throughout the region. The class timetable is updated on a seasonal basis to keep things fresh and ensure fitness trends are analysed and incorporated by a team of experts, where necessary.

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