Carefully selected workouts to challenge your fitness level! Maybe you've been working out, but a bit inconsistent. Or maybe you're feeling strong and looking for a challenge. You'll find what you're looking for in our intermediate workouts! If you prefer a more structured program check out our SWEAT or COMMIT25 series.
NOTE: If you are pregnant, postnatal or have diastasis recti, only use workouts within those programs. Find your workouts in the Pregnancy, Postnatal and Diastasis Recti programs.
High cardio infused with Pilates, flexibility and strength training. We start with cardio to keep your heart rate burning while we infuse Pilates, strength and flexibility. This workout comes from our SWEAT program. No equipment needed.
Incorporating new, unique exercises that take you outside the usual sagittal plane of motion that happens in walking, running, lunging. Fire up muscles like the glute med (think side glutes), glute min and the transverse abdominis. Combined with planks, push-ups and dips for a well rounded worko...
When you are working on rehabbing your abs (whether it was 5 babies ago or recently), it is important that you focus on strengthening the transverse abdominis and pelvic floor. About 85% of us don't know how to activate this important muscle.
So what are some easy ways to work the transverse abd...
Use various muscles to emphasize core stability. Functional moves train your muscles simultaneously to create healthy movement patterns. In this workout you will target the inner core, all aspects of the glutes and back.
This gentle core workout is great for moms who have had a c-section (6+ weeks postpartum). We built in extra challenges in the last three exercises...please only do the "extra" after completing this workout a 2-3 times. Fire up your core in a healthy, gentle way. No equipment needed.
We are getting to the core of the matter...pun intended:) This is one of our base workouts, where corrective exercise meets traditional to create a healthy core. This workout is part of almost every program we have - it's so important!
Your core/trunk is a transfer station for everything that goes on in the body. Running dramatically increases the amount of force through the core, pelvic floor and legs. Starting running too soon can wreak havoc on your pelvic floor (PF). Its primary job is to keep that baby in and then