The track

While all Les Mills programs evolve it’s good to look back as after all it’s a journey, but we shouldn’t ignore that there are jewels in most previous releases…  With this in mind I am going back all the way back to Les Mills BodyCombat 54.  Track 7 Muay Thai.  Who doesn’t like a good Muay Thai track?

Going back 3 years, wow, time flies while you’re having fun. There are quite a few tracks in this release that are still in my mixing playlists of which I will get round to cover these tracks in a future throwback.. If you can’t recall BodyCombat 54, check out my thoughts over at :

Les Mills BodyCombat 54 track 7 music

  • The Switch – DJ Recoil

Les Mills BodyCombat 54 track 7 choreography

Why this track?

I choose this track for several reasons:

  • From the word go it’s fast and furious.
  • Lots of knees, lots of elbows.
  • Combo breakdown with the push and push kick.
  • Music drives the movement, making you want to push that little bit further.
  • Simple effective choreography, no reason not to commit to every move.
  • A good mix filler should you require 5-6 minute track.
  • An easy track to learn just a quick refresh.

What do you think?

Have you taught/done this track and thought differently?  Please let us know your thoughts or If you have any tracks you’d like to share please comment, tweet me, or get in touch.

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