This cardio, core and balance class incorporates lower-intensity unilateral balance and core moves in between cardio intervals.
As we return to the group exercise studio, it’s good to remember how a workout community not only brings us together, but helps us thrive.
If you want to keep participants engaged and challenged, this high-energy class will do the trick. Break out the exercise bands and add targeted strength moves to high-intensity intervals. This format includes three phases, each consisting of one Tabata round followed by four resistance exercises. Bands are safe, easy to use and portable, making this a great class to offer in any location.
Sample Class: It Takes Two
Pair up participants for a great cardio workout.
By Jennifer Renfroe
If you’re looking for a new way to add interest to your cardio classes, double the fun with partner drills. In this intense interval workout, drills consist of a 1-minute work effort, a 30-second recovery, and then a second 1-minute work effort. However, there’s a twist: The recovery isn’t a true recovery. Instead, you use the 30 seconds to do a quick series of “sculpting” moves designed to bring down the intensity while strengthening the body.