A 30 minute ride consisting of seated and standing hill climbs, speed and jump intervals.
Workout Category: Getting Started
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New to online classes? Check out these videos to get started!
Easy Flow Yoga 2.2Added by , Filed under:
Nice easy flow, with a special emphasis of downward dog practice and form at the end.
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What you need for an Online ClassAdded by , Filed under:
A description of different equipment you may need for the variety of classes offered. Most classes you will be able to complete with no equipment at all and still get an amazing workout, these workouts are great especially for those who have no equipment or may be a way from home or the gym.
Other equipment may include a yoga mat, dumbbells, a kettlebell, and a stability ball.
This allows a great variety of classes for clients to reach their goals, tone all muscle groups effectively, burn fat and have fun, all in the comfort of their own home or while away.
Also do not forget water, a sweat towel and a smile 🙂
Safety Precautions & Waiver of LiabilityAdded by , Filed under:
A short video reminding clients to get permission from a doctor before starting any fitness or workout plan. Participation in these workout videos are at your own risk, and to make sure you listen to your body, eat before class, have water on hand, even orange juice in case your blood sugar levels get low, and a towel. To work at a level that you can handle for a 30 minute period, on a scale of 1-10, 10 being working your hardest, you should be around a 7-8 of effort used and energy expenditure. If you creep up to over an 8, take a break, grab a drink or even stop the class all together and work your way up slowly to completing the 30 minute workout.
Remember it is progression, not perfection and most importantly these classes are to get fit in a fun and convenient way.
Introduction to Online ClassesAdded by , Filed under:
A short Introduction describing the benefits of online classes, who the classes are good for, how much it costs, and 10% of every membership going to a good cause.