Conversation Street, the Corrie podcast, have been keeping fit the Corrie way!
- In week one, they did the Vicky Binns work out
- In week two, it was the Kym Ryder work out
- In week three, it was the Angela Griffin work out
It’s Week Four in our Corrie Fitness adventure, and we have to admit, we’ve fallen off the wagon somewhat. Home improvements, work deadlines and a new Nintendo console have meant we’ve only been able to get in a few workout sessions this week, and to top it all off, the parts for our new kitchen were delivered yesterday, and our exercise space is now looking something akin to Cathy’s front room hoarde. At times when it’s hard to get the motivation to exercise, it can help to put on one of your favourites, and for us, this is definitely Beverly Callard’s Body Blaster.
Vicky Binns and Angela Griffin had us dancing along to unremarkable, uninspiring disco tracks, all of Bev’s tracks are instantly recognisable, popular songs from across the decades. It’s not going to be for everyone, but we love cheesy pop music, and the likes of Diana Ross’ ‘Chain Reaction’, Yazz’s ‘The Only Way Is Up’ and Cameo’s ‘Word Up’ had us dancing and singing along as we exercised, and made the workout time just fly by. You know it’s a good Gemma and Michael workout when we’re prancing around our lounge in circles, slapping each other on the bum to S Club 7’s ‘Don’t Stop Moving’ (okay, this isn’t part of Bev’s routine, but we improvised it once and now can’t help but do it every time!).
conversationstreet.podbean.com. If you want to follow Gemma’s blog, all about her fitness journey, and her love of food and fashion, head to www.foodfashfit.com
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