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Lucy Case
Name: Lucy Case
Category: General
Search: Fat Loss, Int, 60 Min


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.


Lucy knows you love to burn calories, so join her in a no-fuss online fitness video which will keep you moving and grooving.

Don't forget to use this online exercise class video with a healthy eating plan to avoid obesity and get rid of that unwanted belly fat.

This class is suitable for all.

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  • Lucy Case

    Lucy Case

    Hi Megan, thank you for writing in and so glad this work out did its job and put you through your paces :-) Yes, working equally is important as is working at an intensity that challenges you, great stuff, thanks again. Lucy

    24 May 2012 00:23

  • Megan Pillsbury

    Megan Pillsbury

    I love this workout. It is very high intensity in parts, burns calories and works muscle for toning. Lucy also does a great job making sure both sides are equally worked. She also provides lots of options for different levels of impact. I do this workout about once a week for intense cardio.

    13 March 2012 15:17

  • Lucy Case

    Lucy Case

    Hi Elaine, Thank you for writing to me. Different trainers will say different things....I know Pierre promotes what your doing for fat loss as one of his Top Tips on our Bridal Workouts (incidentally these is a brilliantly tough series which I'd love to hear your feed back on and they are also very funny) own view is mixed as there is the practical element Vs physiological Vs training principles. To strike the line through the middle I would suggest the juice with a banana (or two) about 40 mins before you train will be a happy compromise. I would then suggest post training (and shower etc) a bowl of porridge with a sprinkle of nuts and a drizzle of honey as this is low GI, low fat, healthy fat, protein enhanced energy food which should take you through to lunch!!! Write again if you need more info. Lucy

    27 September 2011 08:47

  • Lucy Case

    Lucy Case

    Hi Elaine, what a lovely comment and thank you so much. Remember, it is you who are doing the work so please do give yourself a pat on the back from me. Well done , Lucy

    03 July 2011 12:55

  • Lucy Case

    Lucy Case

    Louisa, its just so great to hear you love the site, well done for being back!! Lucy

    23 May 2011 07:06

  • Len Barraclough

    Len Barraclough

    I love this video! Thank you Lucy. I joined in February and got really into a good regular routine then was hit with a terrible virus which knocked me sideways for a few weeks, I found the routine had been broken and with various other things, including lack of motivation I just couldn't get back into it...but I am back! Thanks again for the hard work and commitment that has been put into this fantastic website! Louisa x

    22 May 2011 04:21

  • John Shehan

    John Shehan

    Yes David I can definatly vouch that Lucy has an EVIL SIDE. Dont be fooled by all that sweetness and light, underneath lies a heart of stone :) John Shehan, Presenter

    20 December 2009 22:37

  • Lucy Case

    Lucy Case

    Thank you for your sweet words David, yes, I think you have met my evil side (wa ha ha) and once I have you in my grip I do work a person quite hard. How ever, your email did make me laugh out loud as I pictured you in twisted pain. Behave now!!! Lucy Case. Fitness Director

    18 December 2009 17:07

  • David Mitchell

    David Mitchell

    Hi Lucy, Having completed the Intro Fit series I continued with Intro Fit 5 & 6 for a few weeks at a higher level using heavier weights until I was ready for a bigger challenge and eventually chose your Fat Loss video as it looked to have a simple format but a challenging content and boy was I right!!! :-). You now have me believing in reincarnation as having completed this exercise twice I believe that you must be the reincarnation of the head torturer from the Spanish Inquisition!!! Wow, you really push people to do as good as they can with this one and even the second time that I did the exercises I found myself pushing towards completing more and more of the exercises at the level that you want us to achieve. A great all round workout, right down to the pinkie exercise, and if I don't disintegrate or turn into a knot of twisted, aching, twitching muscle, I know that I will achieve all that I am want to over the coming weeks. :-) I will keep you updated IF I survive and eventually reach the official status of 'buff'. Thanks again for a great video challenge. David Mitchell.

    27 November 2009 12:50

  • Lucy Case

    Lucy Case

    Good one Vicky, glad it worked for you. This is one of those staple classes which will help get you into a workout zone without anything too complicated going on. Lucy

    10 July 2009 03:08

  • Lucy Case

    Lucy Case

    Hi K, yeeesssss, this is a toughy, well done for giving it a go and yes, with delicate knees opt for low impact and ease up with lunges. Take care, Lucy

    17 June 2009 20:06

  • Kelsie-Kay De La Haye

    Kelsie-Kay De La Haye

    Great fun but i see why its intermediate, im going to ache for days but i feel great! I love that you add the low impact version as i have very bad knees and i can barely do the boxer shuffle >.< best workout i had so far =D

    04 June 2009 11:05

  • Lucy Case

    Lucy Case

    Thank you Sarah, glad it hit the spot. :) Lucy

    05 April 2009 06:30

  • Lucy Case

    Lucy Case

    Hi Helena, all exercise burns calories which potentially promotes fat-loss. There is a difference in the experience and expectation of the participant however. A Hi Lo type class will have choreography as its means of creating movement and will be made up of High Impact and Low Impact moves (hence the term Hi Lo) however, there is no guarantee that this will keep you in full workout mode as during the teaching phases of choreography the heart rate although raised, will not be working at a rate to create a continual sweat. Aerobics typically consists of basic moves linked together and traditionally this is viewed as a predominantly cardio-vascular workout. It received bad press in the past as the consistent use of High Impact moves was found to cause injuries and have a detrimental effect on joints. The Fat-Loss class is designed to attract the viewer who wishes to avoid choreography (because it's too complex) and wishes to avoid aerobics (because of its association to being for extremely fit people). The Fat-Loss work outs are aimed at delivering easy, safe moves allowing the person to work consistently hard through either cardio or weights and maintaining it for an hour. The scientific specifics of which "zone" one should be in to promote using fat-stores as the energy source vary quite considerably and vary between person to person. I work on the basis of a good sweat, feeling the muscles working and tiring, regular, strong, breathing and feeling challenged. Any higher than that you potentially are in an aerobic only zone and any less is just gentle exercise. However, let's be clear, all exercise burns calories and potentially any of the 3 classes could burn fat for you depending on the level of effort you are putting in. Hope this helps. Lucy

    02 February 2009 22:09

  • Helena Stirling

    Helena Stirling

    hi Lucy, what is the difference between a fat loss workout and a hi/lo or aerobics workout please? thanks Helena

    31 January 2009 16:39