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Fitness is fun again

Whoever said that work outs are boring must try this new routine. Himadree brings you a glimpse of the cat jumps and hip shaking moves...

health and fitness Updated: Mar 23, 2009 16:34 IST
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If you want to do some mambo and cat jumps, what better way to keep yourself fit than try the new form of exercise that will soon take off in the city too. In this fast moving world today one hardly has time to visit the gym just to try out some aerobics and the mundane machine workout sessions. But if it’s a fusion of music, dance and exercise, why not give it a try.

A global research done in three continents reveals that women normally like working out only when it involves some element of fun. This led to the introduction of Jukari Fit to Fly, a very different form of work out that involves not just body movement but also rhythm, choreography and grace. Reebok and entertainment giant Cirque Du Soleil are all set to revolutionise this concept of fitness as they formally launched their innovative gym concept over a press meet in Miami.

It’s good news for delhiites as you can now try it out in the city as Reebok has joined hands with Fitness First to bring this global health trend to India.

What is Jukari Fit to Fly?
It’s a new way to move your body using an equipment called the FlySet (refer to the pictures) that is specially designed for this exercise. The body gets a sensational feeling of moving up in the air when you fly using the FlySet. This routine helps in strengthening and lengthening the body through cardio, balance, strength and core training.

The moves
It involves a head-to-toe hour long body workout that will get you swinging and sweating. There are signature moves that have been designed for all the body parts. The result of the moves is phenomenal as it’s full work-out for - abductors, lat muscles, abdominal, cardio, legs, chest, triceps, shoulders, core, biceps and back.