Adapting to change is not always easy, but it’s a necessary part of growth. Whether it’s a new environment, relationship, body, thought, or movement, our ability to adapt is what makes us unique as individuals. This week, we are proud to introduce a new NM teacher and classes that will challenge you to be open and creative in how you modify your movement practice.
Meet your fitness teacher and boxing coach, Leo Sammarelli. After you watch Leo’s introduction video, follow him through a new adaptive stretch class that will wake up your upper body and neck. This class can be done from your chair or any seated position. Time: 12 mins
Today’s class is a modified version of Season Opener with Dom and is all about learning to work within your capacity and strength. If you’re working with injuries or individual considerations, Dom will teach you modifications for the movements. Time: 31 mins
Follow Kate Potter through a yoga class that combines powerful standing poses with calming breath and deep stretches, using a single weight to add strength and depth to each movement. Time: 24 mins
In this short workshop, Dom goes over some common mistakes of HIIT and guides you in core engagement, focusing on your form, and demonstrating some key modifications to help you tailor your training to what your body needs. Time: 5 mins
Start with a short workshop from our Develop Your Movement Mindset playlist. Then, follow Rob through a boxing class where you will learn the Cross and build strength and endurance in your boxing practice. Remember to go at a pace you’re comfortable with and modify if needed. Time: 3 + 22 mins
Join Keighty for a class that focuses on bringing balance to your muscles and joints and wakes up your body! Then, move through a series of groin, hip, and shoulder stretches, and restorative spinal mobility poses in Leo’s new restorative adaptive stretch class. Time: 22 + 9 mins
Watch The Adaptive Athlete, a short documentary that follows Canadian boxing champion Leo Sammarelli as he takes on the Grouse Grind trail to become the first person to complete the uncompromising climb in a wheelbarrow position.