Trapeze Workout

Trapeze Workout

Can a trapeze workout help you lose weight? Should you even try a trapeze workout? While some people claim that it really works core muscles and improves posture, this is not an exercise that can help you lose weight.

I do not think you can swing yourself slim with Reebok’s new Jukari Fit to Fly class, a Cirque du Soleil-infused sweat session (available at select Los Angeles and Boston fitness centers) that combines aerial acrobatic tricks with fat-blasting cardio exercises.

The cardio portion of this workout can help you burn calories, but for an overweight person this workout is too high-impact. As for a claim that a trapeze workout can burn as many as 600 calories per hour, well, let’s just say that it sounds too good to be true.

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One Response to “Trapeze Workout”

  1. H Says:

    You’re right, for an overweight person, it is very difficult for them to hold their own weight. However, aerial fitness is probably the hardest, best core workout you can get. You may gain a little in muscle weight, but the more muscle you have, the more fat you burn. I personally have been doing aerial for about a month now, and any flab that was on my arms is now solid. It takes some perseverence for sure, so it’s not for everyone. But I would strongly encourage it for anyone looking for a fun, challenging workout.

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