Fitness Trends to Try: Konga

My gym recently started Konga classes. So far they have been really fun. The gym is running classes once a week but the theme changes every 4 weeks.

So far we’ve only had Lush Legs, meaning lots of lunges and squats.

It’s a killer workout and I’m always so tired after it. But it’s always a good burn!

Konga combines Boxing, Kickboxing, Cardio, Dancehall, Pop, Rock, Pilates, Disco & everything in between! It’s a really high intensity workout which differs from most Zumba classes, as they tend to switch from high to medium to low intensity and back again, whereas Konga tends to only be high intensity.

Konga is said to improve coordination, joint mobility and boost your metabolism, all whilst burning around 700 calories for a one hour class!

To get an idea of it, here’s a video taken from the Sydney Health and Fitness Expo

For more information, visit The Jungle Body website here.

 

 

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5 Responses to Fitness Trends to Try: Konga

  1. zoekatarina says:

    Ta Val for keeping me up to date on this shit; never had I heard of Kinga before now! Nice one, Queen of Classes šŸ™‚
    Also in regards to your venting post of a few weeks back: you under-rate yourself. Your emotional & social prowess is evident in everything you do, you just may not have the people around you who make it known to you all the time! Don’t undersell yourself. xx

  2. Ingrid says:

    Konga sounds like so much fun! Thank you for the tip. Have a nice weekend X

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