Lucy taught her first classes, when she was in her late teens, for college students whilst dancing as a hobby at the Pineapple Studios in Covent Garden. However, she rejected a career in fitness, in favour of an artistic career and went on to become an animator and graphic designer for TV. It was only later in life that she finally came back to dance and fitness, qualified as a teacher and then as a Personal Trainer. She now runs her own successful business the Body Fitness Company.
Lucy is passionate about dance and fitness and believes strongly that it should be accessible to everyone.
- Lucy's tips
* Don’t spend hours in the gym working half-heartedly; work for shorter periods but at a higher intensity.
* Every morning do 25 press-ups, 50 curls, 50 reverse curls and 60 oblique twists, whatever else happens that day, you will know you have done your abs!!!
* Avoid all white flour foods.
- Proudest moment
MA (RCA), BA Hons (Middlesex Polytechnic), Director The Body Fitness Company, my four children.
Following the success of the Introduction to fitness videos, Lucy has brought you a short workout video literally taking you step by step through the process of learning how to step comfortably and understand some of the basic moves frequently used in step exercise classes.
This is suitable for the beginner new to fitness and new to step.
A short video showing a sample of the full length exercise workout. If you like the look of this sample fitness video then register and pay-per-view, by clicking on the rent button that appears once you have registered, or join as a member and have full access to all of the fitness workout videos. All advertisements disappear once you rent the video or pay for membership.sign up
December 1963 (Oh What A Night) - Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons*
Ladies Night - Kool & The Gang*
September - Earth, Wind & Fire*
I Haven't Stopped Dancing Yet - Gonzalez*
Ain't No Mountain High Enough - Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell*
* Music recorded by non-original artists
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