Our workout videos are specifically designed to give you the personal training experience with easy to follow, step-by-step instructions to optimize your workout experience and maximize your results—without the personal training expense! Because all of our workouts require little to no equipment, they are accessible to everyone and can be performed anywhere regardless of if your a member of a gym, have a home/condo gym or do not have access to a gym at all. All of our workouts videos were created to provide you with the right support, encouragement and motivation you need to keep you on a track and focused towards living a healthier, more active lifestyle. Each workout is carefully planned out and created to provide you with a 1-on-1 personal trainer experience wherever and whenever you need it. We have created a variety of workouts based on wide range specific fitness needs and goals. Regardless of your levels of fitness, workout experience or your age, we have workouts videos suitable for you.
Each workout video includes a detailed explanation of the workout, the recommended reps and sets as well as a breakdown of all the exercises included in each workout. Each exercise also has a video demo so you can learn the proper form and technique. The workout videos are broken down to four main categories:
Before starting a new workout program it is very important to review the workout demonstration as well as each exercise demonstration, especially if it is your first time performing the workout. Learning the proper form and technique of each exercise will allow you to maximize your results from a workout and avoid injuries. All the exercise demonstrations can be found in exercise demonstration section (hyperlink) of the website.
Each workout comes with a suggested number of reps and sets. If at any point you cannot complete an exercise or workout with proper form and technique for the desired number of repetitions or sets then stop. It is perfectly OK and common not to be able to complete a workout the first time you perform it. Be sure to take notes so that you know to lighten the weight for the next set or workout. Sacrificing form and technique to complete a set does not fall under the category of “no pain, no gain”. It only leads to pain from injury which will prevent you from making gains.
If you are using proper form and technique yet you still can’t complete the workout another option is to take longer breaks between sets. Many of the workouts you will find here are either cardiovascular workouts or incorporate cardiovascular training with strength training. Taking a longer break will allow you more recover time so that you can complete the workout. Be sure to make notes of your break time so that you can refer back to it later and try to improve on it.
There are many workouts here that incorporate some form of resistance whether it is dumbbells, machine weights, a medicine ball or other form of resistance. When selecting which weight to use always err on the side of caution. Selecting a lighter weight that you are confident you can manage for the specified number or repetitions and sets is recommend for the first set of a new workout routine. If you finish the set with a relative ease you can always increase the weight for the next set or workout. Be sure to keep detailed notes on how each exercise and weight felt so you make the appropriate adjustments for future workouts.