Do I need to be fit to practice?
Every class on FitSphere is multi-level. We start from the beginning and build up to grow strong and learn together. If you find a class is difficult, don’t give up. Repeat the class before going to the next. The program is to be taken at your pace, so give yourself time to build up.
What is HIIT?
HIIT stands for high, intensity, interval, training. HIIT. It is excellent for burning fat because we bring our heart rate up to plateau and then we rest in intervals. Meaning that our heart rate spikes not only getting our energy-burning quickly and at a high capacity but also to increases strength, speed and power to build muscle mass.
What is Yoga?
Yoga is a Hindu spiritual and ascetic discipline, a part of which, include breath control, simple meditation, and the adoption of specific bodily postures. It is widely practised for health and relaxation.
How do HIIT and Yoga go together?
Seeming conflicting exercises can benefit each other because essentially we are all looking to develop our own practice. Some of us struggle with endurance so this technique is a cross-training method to bring about the benefits of mind, breath and alignment in yoga to body.
What if I am not flexible?
Flexibility is gained not given…meaning I can’t expect you to bend over and touch your toes if you don’t have a regular to daily stretching routine. All the FitSphere videos have options for flexibility. Your body will grow more supple with time and dedication to your body and health. Just do the work, flexibility will follow.
How do you measure intensity?
Intensity goes from 1-5 stars, with 5 stars being the most rigorous. Use this measurement to determine how strong the workout will be.
How do I access the videos?
Once signed in, you can access the videos through a drop-down menu.
Can I purchase individual episodes without buying the full program?
Yes, you can! You can purchase individual episodes for $4 each.
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