Les Mills TONE Review

Les Mills TONE Review

November 02, 2021 at 10:51AM

Les Mills TONE is a total body workout blending cardio, strength, and core work. It’s designed to sculpt, challenge, and strengthen your muscles. Learn about the workout in this review and use my link to try it out for 30 days free, plus all of the amazing workouts on the Les Mills + platform. 

Hey hey! How’s the morning treating ya? I hope you’re having a great one so far. I’m LOVING these early morning walks with the pups. The weather has been beautiful and it’s the perfect way to start the day. The rest of the day is filled with conference calls and working on some behind-the-scenes stuff (fitness plans are going to be 50% off for my birthday next week!), and I’m excited to catch a Les Mills TONE workout later today. This is a newer workout format for me, so I thought I’d share a review here!! It’s really the WHOLE package and the Les Mills quality I love so dearly – I think you’ll like it, too. 😉

Les Mills TONE Review

What is Les Mills TONE?

From the website:

LES MILLS TONE combines blocks of strength, cardio and core training into one complete and convenient workout, which includes a mix of exercises to work the whole body and elevate the heart rate. The multi-peak workout helps burn calories and build fitness and strength while improving energy levels, flexibility, balance, agility and core strength. You will finish feeling empowered and on track for all-around functional fitness.

This workout combines so many elements into a single workout. You’ll get strength, cardio, core, and functional training all in one session. I feel like it challenges me without being *too much* (for the days I don’t want to do intervals or a ton of impact) and I feel centered afterwards, like I’ve just taken a yoga class.

Here is how the class is structured:

The class includes a warm-up, cardio, cardio/strength, strength, strength/core, core, and a cool down. Just like many of the Les Mills workout, each track has a specific focus and repeats the same core movements with room for modification or progression. It has elements of Les Mills classes I already love: the explosive cardio elements of BODYATTACK, the strength focus of GRIT STRENGTH and BODYPUMP, the mind-body connection of BODYCOMBAT, the mobility and core aspects of CORE, and the high-energy intervals of GRIT. 

Here are some of the moves you can expect in a TONE class:

Cardio: side lunges, skaters, knee lift tap back combo, burpee, burpee to spider jump, jumping jack, tuck jump, lateral plyo jumps, bear crawl, surfer burpee, mountain climbers

Strength: reverse lunges, pulsing lunges, rear delt raise, calf raise, squats, plate curl, plate press, rear leg extension

Core: static squat with diagonal reach, wood chop, halo, hip bridge, 3-legged dog, crunch variations, leg extension pulse, single-leg bridge

Les Mills TONE in Action

Check out this super short sizzler to get a taste of what it looks like:

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS:

Is Les Mills TONE good?

You guys, it’s SO good, but I can say that for pretty much all of the Les Mills workouts. The instructors and movements and phenomenal, and I love that the music always matches the movements. Movement is such a motivating factor, and I love that Les Mills really harnesses this power and create choreography and playlists that are inspiring. This workout is the full package: you get strength, cardio, mobility work, functional training, and core, all in one. 

How many calories do you burn in Les Mills TONE?

I’ve found that I typically burn between 200 and 300 in a 30-minute class, depending on the cardio drills and how hard I’m working. I feel like for strength workouts, calorie burn is not a huge indication of a great workout. When you’re strength training, you’re positively impacting your metabolism (muscle is hungrier than fat and needs more fuel to maintain) and protecting your joints and bones. These things can’t be measured with an Apple Watch, ya know? 😉 

Is TONE coming to Les Mills on demand?

TONE is already available on LMOD! They’ve rebranded to Les Mills+ but it’s the same platform we all love. If you’ve been wanting to try out the Les Mills workouts, use my link for 30 day free trial. It’s the perfect way to try something new as we head into the holidays, and you can do the workouts anywhere. It’s very convenient for quick home workouts or a travel option. 

So, tell me friends: are you a fan of Les Mills? Does your gym offer it? I keep praying we’ll add it to our gym – I miss teaching BODYPUMP.

Any workouts or workout trends you’d like me to review?

xo

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