Fit­ness Boot­camp Dubai an­nounces win­ners of ‘ABS Chal­lenge’

The Gulf Today - Business - - HAPPENINGS -

FBC DXB (Fit­ness Boot­camp Dubai), the most renowned it­ness com­pany in Dubai, and which has been in the re­gion for over four years now, is led by coach Mostafa Mer­sal, who has cre­ated a new it­ness chal­lenge un­der the name of the “ABS Chal­lenge”.

The pro­gramme de­signed by coach Mostafa in­cludes all types of body­weight and weight lift­ing ex­er­cises to strengthen the core and tighten the abs for an en­tire month. The fo­cus of the chal­lenge re­lies on how many crunches each par­tic­i­pant can per­form dur­ing a pe­riod of three min­utes.

Typ­i­cally, a crunch is an ex­er­cise to make your stom­ach lat­ter.

Even though they are mainly just per­formed as a core work­ing ex­er­cise and burn rel­a­tively less calo­ries in com­par­i­son to other ex­er­cises, they are ex­tremely ben­e­fi­cial in help­ing to build abs when per­formed cor­rectly.

The out­come of the last edi­tion of this chal­lenge which oc­curred just re­cently on Kite Beach and Core Fit Stu­dio in Dubai, show­cased great re­sults and sur­passed all ex­pec­ta­tions, while also wit­ness­ing the win­ner and run­ner ups.

The win­ners, who were an­nounced by coach Mostafa were Jonathan Laper­drix who was able to record an as­ton­ish­ing record of crunches 199, fol­lowed by Ah­mad Zahran, who came in sec­ond with 150 crunches. Adel Samir came in a close third with 149 crunches. As for the ladies, the win­ner who was able to crunch 140 times was Tiphanie De­joie fol­lowed by Rana Hariz who came in sec­ond with 114 crunches. Lena Joulahjian came in third by crunch­ing 105 times.

The “ABS Chal­lenge” com­pe­ti­tion lasted for an en­tire week in dif­fer­ent lo­ca­tions in Dubai, al­low­ing all par­tic­i­pants to com­pete, test, and show­case their ca­pa­bil­i­ties in crunch­ing, while also show­cas­ing the progress which they have made from the be­gin­ning of the month till the end.

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