Recorded virtual workouts are workouts done in a Zoom meeting room with participants attending the class in the Zoom room. So you will hear Jessi talking to actual participants while doing the workout! Also, the hilarious antics of Evelyn and Anderson.
Barre is a great low-impact workout making it a relatively safe form of exercise. Barre is also great partner to running, in particular, distance running. Especially good for older adults at risk for falls, barre may be a good way to improve stability and avoid accidents.
Cardio (Cardiovascular exercise) is essential for good health. It gets your heart rate up, making you blood pump faster. This delivers more oxygen throughout your body, which keeps your heart and lungs healthy. Aim for at least 30 minutes a day, five days each week.
Keep your body and mind healthy. Full-body workouts are a great training split to follow. A Full Body Workout that can do whenever and wherever you like. You don’t need any equipment or weights! Targets the muscles of your whole body and gives you a quick sweat! Your workout should engage all of your muscle groups during one session and takes many forms.
Your core is a complex set of muscles that extend well beyond your abs. These interconnected muscles, stretching from the pelvis and diaphragm to the back and hips, provide strength and stability to both your upper and lower body. One of the primary aims of core workouts is to prevent injuries that can occur if you don’t properly support the spine. Great abs are an added benefit!
Yoga is a great way to work on your flexibility and strength. Just about everyone can do it, too — it’s not just for people who can touch their toes or want to meditate. Yoga poses work by stretching your muscles. They can help you move better and feel less stiff or tired. When you’re stronger and more flexible, your posture improves. At any level of yoga, you’ll start to notice the benefits almost immediately.