Natcha Oceane is a fitness influencer from London. She has earner quite a name for herself with her dynamic workouts. She posts everything from what she does in her day to her daily nutrition and workout videos to inspire her fans and followers to lead a healthy and active life.
She introduced CUT, her fitness guide which became an instant hit too, making her gain more popularity in a matter of days. More recently, she released her CUT 2.0 which contains improved versions of her workouts and some new ones. It also includes tips about general physical well being and is beginner-friendly too.
Currently, she has over 600K subscribers on YouTube and millions of followers on Instagram too where she posts her content. I guess it all comes up to her dedication and hard work that she has reached a unique platform in her life right now. All thanks to her unique content and her out of the way experiments with fitness that she captures and presents for her followers.
And before we dive deeper into her fitness routine, here is a list of her statistics.
Natcha Oceane Physical Statistics
-Height: In centimeters– 178 cm
In meters– 1.78 m
In feet inches– 5’10”
-Weight: In kilograms– 58 kg
In pounds– 127 lbs
-Body Measurements (chest, waist, hips): unknown
-Bra Size: 32 C
-Eye Color: Light Brown
-Hair Color: Hazel
Natacha Oceane Achievements
Natacha Oceane released her two books, CUT and CUT 2.0 to make her followers pave the way for themselves to a fitter and healthier lifestyle. It is a great guide for anyone who has to begin fitness. It includes training with resistance bands, her clothing line along with the training guide.
CUT was the first guide that was released by Natacha Oceane. She now has 4 of them. The main goal of her program is for it to be sustainable for long term plans and goals, and optimum for lasting fat loss.
She is an Iron Man competitor and has been into athletic all her life. If you follow her YouTube channel you will notice the varieties of challenges she takes upon herself that is super intense. But she comes out victorious almost every time. She stresses the importance of nutrition too probably because she has struggled with it herself during her younger years.
Good nutrition would not only make you physically strong but mentally and emotionally too.
She created her guide, CUT, with the approval from Performance Dietician, Renee McGregor who has overviewed all her recipes and diet plans to make sure that she is providing the best to all her followers. The guide can be purchased through an app called AFLETE, which is again one of her ventures. On this app, you can train yourself, track your progress, and see videos and audios for your training programs.
Natacha Oceane Workout Routine
Her first official guide was called MOVE. CUT came after that. The difference is pretty visible as MOVE was all about including more cardio workouts. On the other hand, CUT focuses on a combination of muscle training along with plyometrics and some HIIT exercises.
Natacha Oceane follows exactly the same workouts as it is described in her guides too.
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At home full body every-muscle kinda workout! ?? ⠀ ⠀⠀ These 7 movements will definitely wake everything up ? and then you can throw in some extra spice for any muscles you want to target a little extra ? ⠀ ⠀⠀ I personally only use circuits for HIIT training, but if you prefer to do these as a circuit then go for it ? ⠀ ⠀⠀ Double tap + saaaave + let’s keep taking care of ourselves ♥️ ⠀ ⠀⠀ ? Hip rotation squats (3 x 12): this variation helps with rotational speed, so we want to snap those hips quickly towards the top of the motion to do them properly ? ⠀ ⠀⠀ ? Squat jumps w/ pull (3 x 8): tying our band to something super sturdy, and exploding with the pull and the legs at the same time. Go slowly and at your own pace to start ? ⠀ ⠀⠀ ?Chameleon sit backs w/ tap (3 x 12): working our core and a whole lotta stabilisers ⠀ ⠀⠀ ?Kick sits (3 x 20s): go at your own pace with these, and you’ll be able to go super speeeedy as you get more comfortable! ⠀ ⠀⠀ ? Standing single leg tuck (3 x 8 per side): another amazing core movement that also works the hamstrings, glutes and upper back ⠀ ⠀⠀ ? Single arm RB rows (3 x 12 per side): where you stand on the band sets the level of resistance and we want slow and controlled movement here! ⠀ ⠀⠀ ? Bent knee pike pushups: a slightly easier variation to pike push ups, but if you’re still building the strength then you can swap for assisted regular push ups! ⠀ ⠀⠀ And that’s it! ? However you move today is amazing and helps take care of your physical and mental health so I hope you go for whatever gives you a smile ☺️ ⠀ ⠀⠀ @gymshark @gymsharkwomen
The combination of such exercises has many benefits. It helps to stimulate the metabolism, strengthen the muscles, and burn more fat. If followed by a good nutrition plan, it will do wonders for your body and mind and give you the toned and athletic look.
All her recipes and nutrition tips are guided by Renee McGregor who is a specialist in sports nutrition and has health with eating disorders amongst sportspersons as well. Therefore, the focus is on how to achieve optimal nutrition without being too restrictive. The focus is on following a balanced diet and not going on some extreme diet. The workouts are pretty intense and it is, therefore, necessary to have all the three components of food, the proteins, fats, and carbs in each meal.
It is all pretty evident from her YouTube channel too. She eats about 2,300 calories in a day which she vlogs about too. The credit goes to her active lifestyle and intense workout schedules.
What does a sample workout look like for Natacha in her guide CUT/CUT2.0?
There are 5 training sessions on the menu each week which are split up as follows:
- upper body & HIIT
- whole body
It seems like a good split and involves different kinds of exercises. Everything from plyometric to HIIT is included which comes to be the intense workouts. It is for sure that the workouts will leave you sore and drained out. Therefore, she also advises keeping a water bottle handy.
Natasha includes 5 workouts a week, with an optional active recovery day. The split works as follows:
- Full Body (60 minutes)
- Upper Body and HIIT (70 minutes)
- Lower Body (60 minutes)
- Rest/ Active Recovery
- Full Body (60 minutes)
- HIIT (20 minutes)
- Rest Day
The details of her workout have not been disclosed and many follow her on Instagram and Youtube to be inspired and maybe pick out a few of her workouts too. She constantly posts about what she is eating throughout the day or the whole week and it keeps on changing. But her main focus is on eating good quality wholesome foods.
One can check out her social media handles for more information on her daily lifestyle because this is how she keeps in touch with her fans and followers.
One thing is for sure, once you begin to see her workout videos, it is kind of impossible to stop because all her content is very engaging. She likes to keep her content fresh and makes sure she is posting different kinds of videos throughout the year.
Besides, she also has a personal vlog channel in addition to her main channel where she keeps in touch with her followers and talks about general stuff.
That’s pretty much all about what it takes for this British fitness influencer to have spread her word of motivation all over the globe.