Aerobics Video – Bodyheat (UK)


 

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Dr. Martica Heaner

 

Body Heat (UK) was a popular Aerobics TV and Video series, which Martica Heaner starred in a daily UK fitness show  on LIVE TV.

It aired June 1998-Nov 1999; reruns currently airing on UK digital TV.

As you can see from the photo above, there are clear benefits in exercising regularly.

The 1980’s and 1990’s were a time where exercise fashion new no limits.

There were plenty of men and women exercising in lycra and spandex – actually not exercising in lycra (when everyone else was doing so) was frowned upon.

How times have changed, over the past 20 or so years!

Dr. Martica Heaner has written several books and regularly consults on health, fitness and nutrition.

Below are two workout videos, showcasing the aerobic exercises, featuring the attire from the 1980’s and 1990’s.

These workouts commonly feature:

  • Bike Shorts & Bras for Women
  • Leotards for women and men
  • Unitards
  • Biketards

In a range of colours and styles.

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2 thoughts on “Aerobics Video – Bodyheat (UK)

  1. Yes my dear sweetheart of a friend Martica Heaner that is. She is awesome. So glad to know her in NYC. How awesome. We were doing aerobics altogether in her class. Been there twice.

    – Chris Kennedy from chrisaerobics.

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  2. Yep that’s my sweetheart of a friend Martica Heaner there. Again I am so blessed to know her for life. Been there doing aerobics together twice in her class, and I wore a leotard too there. 🙂

    – Chris Kennedy from ChrisAerobics

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