Sunday

9:30am Yoga

Monday

7:30am Mobility
9:30am BodySculpt
4:30pm Pilates

Tuesday

9:30am Mobility
12:00pm Pilates
4:30pm BodySculpt

Wednesday

9:30am BodySculpt
5:00pm Yoga

Thursday

10:30am Pilates
4:30pm BodySculpt Express

Friday

9:30am BodySculpt

With my live online fitness classes you’ll get great workouts — and so much more!

You can ask questions and get feedback on your posture. I’ll give you modifications to the exercises, suggested music playlists, and encouragement to keep going.

Try This Short & Sweet Cardio Workout

May 3, 2024

Looking to get your heart rate up and your energy levels soaring? This quick, low-impact cardio routine is the perfect way to break a sweat from the comfort of your own home, all without any equipment.

Do each exercise for 30 seconds, followed by a 1-2 minute rest period to recover. Want to push yourself even further? Simply repeat the entire circuit for an extra dose of cardio goodness.

While low-impact, it’s always a good idea to consult with your doctor before starting any new workout routine.

Here’s a breakdown of the four exercises that will get your heart pumping:

  1. Squat Touchdowns: Strengthen your legs and core with this dynamic squat variation. Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart, then lower into a squat position. Extend your arms towards the ground as if to touch it. Stand back up and repeat.
  2. Inchworms: This full-body exercise will work your core, shoulders, and hamstrings. Stand tall, then hinge forward from your hips and walk your hands forward until your palms are flat on the floor. Maintain a straight back. After a pause, walk your hands back towards your feet and return to standing.
  3. Mountain Climbers: Get ready to engage your abs and legs with this classic cardio move. Start in a high plank position with your hands shoulder-width apart. Bring one knee towards your chest, then quickly switch legs and drive the other knee in. Maintain a steady pace throughout the exercise.
  4. Knee Drive Tap: Stand with arms overhead and hands clasped, then drive one knee forward and bring your hands down to tap it. Focus on driving your knees up high with each rep.

Feel free to adjust the exercises or rest periods to fit your fitness level. With some dedication and this handy workout, you’ll be on your way to a healthier, fitter you!

This is not medical advice. If you have undiagnosed pain or are new to exercise, always consult a healthcare professional before starting this or any new program.

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Do you have an idea for a class you’d like to see? Is there a particular exercise you want to work on? Send me your request and I’ll do my best to incorporate it into an upcoming video. I’d love to hear from you!

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