As you try new activities and movements, be mindful to move at a pace that feels comfortable to you. Doing so will make is easier to maintain a lasting practice, prepare your body for new challenges, and help you access freedom in movement. This week, focus on moving from exactly where you are. If that means modifying exercises or taking a break during a class, that’s okay! Listening to your body will serve you better in the long run.
We’re starting the week with a NEW class designed by Adrian to prepare you for movement. This is a go-to class to take before a game of tennis, a hike, a round of golf, or any activity where you will be challenging yourself. Time: 9 mins
Today’s class combines quick, intense sets of footwork, core, and compound movements to get your heart rate up and challenge your athleticism. If you would like to do a modified version of this class instead, click here to practice Your Turn | Take Your First HIIT Class with Karen. Time: 22 mins
In Amanda’s NEW class, you will be guided through two simple yet powerful breathing exercises to establish strength and stability in your core muscles. Then move through Round One with Farinaz where you will learn Straight Punches, and the powerful Knee Strikes, Front Kicks, and Low Kicks. Time: 3 + 13 mins
Follow Hannah from Formation Studio through an energetic choreographed routine. This dance class is beginner-friendly and welcomes those who have never learned choreography before. Don’t worry about getting all the steps –– the goal is to have fun and learn something new! Time: 33 mins
Join Kate Potter for a sequence that creates space and flexibility across the entire body, focusing on the hips, hamstrings, and calves, while intentionally engaging your core. If you don’t have dumbbells, get creative with household items. Time: 24 mins
This weekend, follow Keighty through six full-body exercises that help build muscle groups across your entire body in Get Strong. Then, explore restorative poses with Kate Potter’s innovative weighted yoga class. Using weights helps to add depth and balance and will rejuvenate your muscles and joints. Time: 22 + 15 mins
Spend 5 minutes moving freely. Put on our Songs For Summer playlist and dance it out, stretch while you’re cooking, or practice one of the moves you learned this week.