Star Wars Gym Workout – Training according to your favourite character
The final chapters are unfolding in a galaxy… way near you, and we take the opportunity to select the top classes according to the characters we hold dear, the ones we fear the most and newbies. Have a look at our list and see who would you would most likely partner-up with, in one of your favourite group class.
Ready to unfold our Star Wars Gym Workout? And remember: “Do. Or do not. There is no try.”
Darth Vader – Warrior
The force is strong in this one – and so are his outbursts. Energy and emotions run high with Darth Vader – arguably the most infamous Star Wars character. The high intensity of Warrior, that mimics the most celebrated martial arts classes, is where young Anakin Skywalker could excel.
Padmé Amidala – Pool
Born in Naboo, home of beautiful lakes and water landscapes, the senator and wife of Jedi Anakin Skywalker, would put her serenity to good use when mastering the art of swimming: strengthening exercise in a refreshing pool.
R2-D2 – Treadmill
What could give a robot a better workout than a machine? Our little friend would work wonders on the treadmill.
C-3PO – Made in Brazil
A robot who is truly ‘made of steel’ – we think he’s perfectly suited to an intense Made in Brazil class. In just half an hour, it works both legs and bottom to tone and shape.
BB-8 – iCycle
Round and round it goes, so much like our stationary bikes. BB-8 can find its rhythm trough any path. Rolling up and down, cruising and feeling the tunes while decreasing stress and anxiety, allowing the mind (and circuits) to focus on the present journey.
Chewbacca – Pilates
The mechanic, co-pilot of Millennium Falcon, has struggled through many difficult and stressful situations. With the help of Pilates knowledge, he will be able to find the balance and core strength to navigate all problems and increase his endurance. After all, he is part of the ‘resistance’.
Master Yoda – Yoga
Ancient and holistic this class need be. When the mind and body are connected, balanced and strong, you must be in tune with the ways of meditation and yoga. The similarity between the names ‘Yoda and ‘yoga’ can’t be just a coincidence.
Han Solo – Outdoor circuit
This adventurer tackles obstacles as part of his daily life, so we challenge him to the Outdoor Fitness workout. Jump, squat, run and reach your goals like you’re evading an enemy ship or fighting an army of droids.
Princess Leia – Spartans
This petite but fierce princess has the endurance to fight all battles to face the tyranny of the dark side. To keep the resistance she would be great at Spartans, the high intensity, super challenging class.
Luke Skywalker – FloatFi
The hero of the first trilogy, Luke is the ultimate traveller, challenging new frontiers and new challenges He would be perfect in our most recent premier FloatFit. Making a splash, finding the perfect balance in a challenging class.
Stormtroopers – Zumba
They might be stiff and lack rhythm but they’ll sure look good getting a Zumba class choreography aligned. A room full of robotic-Latin rhythms would surely be an amazingly fun show and it could bring about the innovation and novelty that this top class is known for.
Ewoks – AirFit
Living in tree houses amidst dense foliage, the Ewoks would love to take an Air Fit class. Along with the gear and gadgets they already own, a small trampoline would be the ultimate accessory.
Kylo Ren – Free Weights
This evil warrior may benefit from a full gym circuit in the top equipment’s, lifting weights to keep those muscles of steel in great shape.
Rey – Antigravity
The scavenger is always ready to find the best benefits of every new adventure. Antigravity will be the perfect class to keep her dreams and goals flying high while maintaining the challenge and the fitness level.
We hope you’ve enjoyed our Star Wars Gym Workout. May the force (and the fitness) be with you.