Frequently Asked Questions
Q: I don't own any equipment. How can I still workout from home?
A: There are so many bodyweight exercises you can do without any equipment over live video sessions or with your very own online custom program.
Q:What type of weights should I buy for my home?
A: I like the Bow Flex Select Tec. I have a set of my own. Its a real space saver and they go all the way up to 52.5 lbs.
Q: What type of mat should I use?
A: Any old yoga mat would work just fine to get started. If you are looking to buy a new mat I prefer one with thicker padding like the BalnceFrom Go mat. Thicknesses range from .5in to 2in.
Q: Do I need to wear shoes?
A: Wearing shoes really depends on your activity. If you are jumping it can help provide more cushion and stability for landing. If you are lifting weights it is recommended to help prevent injury in the event a weight is dropped.
Q: How many participants can there be in a live video session?
A: Because viewing space can be limited on a device camera I reccommend not exceeding 2-3 partcipants per device connected.
Q: How many participants are in a live small group session?
A: We cap small group sessions at 4 participants.
Q: Are exercise bands good?
A: Resistance bands are a great option for people working out from home. They are compact, versitile and very effective. Resistance bands can offer many bennifits similar to traditional free weights.
Q: How long does it take for a person's body to get used to working out?
A: Adjusting to working out can vary for each person. It can depend on how out of shape they are. It is not uncommon for people to experience delayed onset muscle soreness up to 72 hours post exercise. People also experience a general over all muscle soreness for a couple weeks after starting a new regular workout program.