Welcome to day 22 of the NEW Healthista 30 day Abs challenge with founder of new gym Gymclass, Helle Hammonds
The Healthista challenge has returned and so has Helle Hammonds from GYMCLASS, with 30 days of five-minute abdominal workouts. Helle has created a different workout for each day consisting of two strength moves and one fat burner, these are performed back to back and all movements last 30 seconds. Each day provides beginner and advanced options to provide a challenge for everyone.
DAY 22 ABS CHALLENGE WORKOUT
- Slow alternating leg raises- Start lying on your back with both legs raised high. Then slowly lower one legit just above the ground, and slowly raise it back up. Repeat with the opposite leg to complete one rep. Repeat for 30 seconds.
- Reverse plank – Begin with your arms behind you, in a bridge like position. Then stretch your legs out in front of you, keeping your abs tight. Hold for 30 seconds.
- Weighted jumping jacks – Get small weights, if you have them, and hold one in each hand. Begin standing with your legs together and your hands raised beside your shoulders. Jump to bring your feet out to the sides, and your hands straight up in the air. Repeat for 30 seconds.
Repeat more two times.
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Helle Hammonds, 38, founded London’s leading group fitness studio – GymClass in 2014. She wanted to create a gym that not only encouraged those intimidated by fitness to come in, but to also re-programme those who visited daily striving for that size six frame. Helle wanted to make it clear that exercising is about getting stronger, building leaner muscles, strengthening the core, interacting socially, and living a healthier and happier lifestyle. Helle spent a number of years working at renowned gyms across London, learning and gaining experience, before opening her first studio in Holland Park in 2014. Helle has personally designed the GymClass workout to deliver distinct results in building fitness faster, sculpting leaner muscles, melting stubborn fat and strengthening the core.
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