Training at home: The alternative for many celebrities to stay fit

Training at home: The alternative for many celebrities to stay fit

Celebrities like Rochelle Humes, Kimberley Walsh, Dame Kelly Holmes, Kate and Rio Ferdinand all have in common that they follow Chris Richardson's routine and his Zero Gravity Pilates online workouts.

In these times, many people stopped attending gyms because of the quarantine, however, the alternative to train at home is on the internet.

Zero Gravity Pilates was known primarily for its performance-based Reformer workouts. When it had to close its five UK studios in London and Hertfordshire, the founders had to find a way to do exercises online. They came up with the 45-minute 'Pilates Ultra Mat' workout to give clients almost the same results.

Zero Gravity had 38,000 followers, but since it increased daily workouts, it has grown to over 80,000, and counting.

The celebrity clientele followed them online and Chris convinced them to take charge of their lives from their homes. Scroll through the studio's IGTV workouts and you'll see familiar faces including Strictly pro Diane Buswell and her influential partner Joe Sugg, Rochelle Humes, Rio, and Kate Ferdinand, Lisa Snowdon, Kimberley Walsh, and Dame Kelly Holmes.

"Virtual sessions, which anyone can join, will now be the driving force behind our business.

Zero Gravity is on Instagram available to everyone. It's a service that comes in handy these days for training at home.

Every day there is a new class on Instagram Live (usually at 10 a.m.), some of which are saved on the IGTV channel for viewing.

 

Nick Connelly

Though he spent most of his time on camera, covering major sports events, Nick’s life-long dream was to become a sports columnist. Today, Nick researches and covers workout routines, exercise-related tips and tricks and sports diets. In need of an effective training routine? Look no further than Nick’s articles.+ info

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