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Which Exercise Burns The most Calories-Take the quiz

July 22nd, 2013 | Posted by Gail in Uncategorized - (Comments Off on Which Exercise Burns The most Calories-Take the quiz)
1. Which body-weight routine blasts more calories?
  • 2. Which exercise toasts the most calories?
  • 3. Which low-impact activity zaps calories faster?
  • 4. Which burns more calories around the house?
  • 5. Which heart-pumping activity burns more calories?
  • 6. Which workout delivers the greater caloric knockout?
  • ANSWERS

    1. Pilates

    Although yoga and Pilates are both low-impact exercises, Pilates’ emphasis on core work gives it the slight calorie-burning edge over yoga. To increase the calories you burn during yoga, consider adopting a more vigorous style or trying a power yoga class.

    2. Jogging

    Walking on an incline is certainly more effective than walking on a flat surface, but it’s still not enough to beat the calorie burn that comes from light jogging. However, if your goal is to keep your heart rate in a fat-burning zone, walking on an incline might be your best bet. Try exercising with a heart rate monitor to make sure you’re on track.

    3. Zumba

    In this contest, a high-energy Zumba class is the clear winner, and it is a faster workout than a full hour on the elliptical trainer. The key to Zumba’s effectiveness is its intervals— the classes alternate between rhythms such as salsa, hip-hop, cha-cha, and even belly dancing to maximize the calorie burn.

    4. Cleaning

    Cleaning your house is one of the most effective ways to burn calories at home. Between the standing, scrubbing, and sweeping that come with housework, it torches more calories than the same time spent working in your garden.

    5. Jumping rope

    If you haven’t jumped rope since gym class, you might have forgotten what a good workout it can be. Thirty minutes of jumping rope torches far more calories than a full hour spent doing aerobics.

    6. Boxing

    Military-style boot camp workouts can be intense, but the energy boxing or sparring requires still burns more calories.

    Yoga Tuition Last Few Places Available

    December 28th, 2011 | Posted by Gail in Yoga | Yogailates - (Comments Off on Yoga Tuition Last Few Places Available)

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Spaces left Monday 7 pm Intro to Yoga with Gail,  Come our friendly group with Gail, Lynny and Clare

    After the success of our semi Private tuition (4 to 1) Yoga sessions. We are pleased to announce new dates and sessions for our New Year Intro to Yoga and Level 2 Yoga Flow Classes.

    The SoSpa Team presents

    YOGA FLOW PART 1
    INTRODUCTION TO YOGA 8 WEEK COURSE

    The Intro Sessions will take place

    Monday at 10 – 11 a.m with Lynny Jennings   1 place left
    ALSO
    Monday at 7 pm till 8pm with Gail Abbey      SPACES AVAILABLE

    Beginning on Monday January 16th 2012 for 8 weeks

    Personal Tuition 4 to 1 Sessions to help clients to understand the basic breathing, relaxation techniques and postures.
    Price per course for 8 weeks £96.00

    Following on from the Successful Intro Courses previously ran we now offer

    YOGA FLOW LEVEL 2 INTERMEDIATE
    4 to 1 private tuition with Clare Whitehouse    FULLY BOOKED

    Beginning Thursday 19th Jan 2012 at 7pm to 8pm for 8 weeks
    Price per 8 week course is £120.00 *
    Personal 4 to 1 tuition covering Intermediate postures and moving into Asanas,Breathing,Meditation and Cleansing.

    *If clients have completed a SoSpa Intro to Yoga Course. Level 2 will be offered for £96.00 per course.

    Becky Farnworth Quotes of Level 1 Intro to Yoga Flow 2011
    “I have really enjoyed the intimacy of the group, which allows confidence and learning to build without feeling too much of a novice.
    Having the time to understand the theory and practice of Yoga is clearer for me now.I feel completely calm and in control following a session.
    I would urge all athletes to have some form of Yoga within their training routine.”