This gentle 12-minute program will strengthen and stretch your lower back and core muscles, to help prevent and relieve lower back stiffness.
It’s exercise disguised as FUN! No dance ability is required. This is an all-standing, low-impact, all-cardio program. Includes stretching at the end. If you don’t have Pom Poms, you can do it without.
The exercises in our wonderful Gentle Pilates class will tone your abdominal and pelvic floor muscles; improve balance; help your back, shoulders and posture; and increase physical strength and flexibility.
Get refreshed, revitalized and improve your flexibility, joints and muscles with this all-stretching class. Includes standing, chair and floor work.
Improve your cardiorespiratory fitness and your muscular strength and endurance at the same time! This is a circuit workout that alternates three minutes of cardio with three minutes of strength work. And because each segment is just three minutes before you move on to the next, the time flies by. We wrap up with a wonderful stretching segment for flexibility. You’ll be energized and feel great all over!
This live program has ended. Workout with me live on Halloween! I am excited to be hosting a live workout for you on Thursday, October 31, 2019 at 3:00 p.m. Eastern! It is a standing program and will last around 20-25 minutes. We will use a small pumpkin (small enough that you can hold it […]
Here’s a fun, effective full body exercise program that’s especially designed for adults over 50. Includes cardio, strength, flexibility, exercises to improve your balance, and stretching. It’s time to get active, feel great and live your best life now!
This workout uses a resistance tube with handles to help you increase your strength, muscular endurance and flexibility. Ideal for traveling! It’s lightweight and takes up hardly any space. Don’t forget to pack your resistance tube so you can get your exercise in no matter where you are.
Let’s walk the pounds away! This is a quick 1-mile indoor walking-in-place workout to help you stick with your walking routine no matter what the weather’s like. No equipment is needed, and it can be done in a small space. Have fun with this low-impact, fat-burning program while you rack up the daily steps on your Fitbit!
Let’s walk the pounds away! Here’s a 2-mile indoor walking workout to help you stick with your walking routine no matter what the weather’s like. No equipment is needed, and it can be done in a small space. Have fun with this low-impact, fat-burning program while you rack up the daily steps on your Fitbit!
If you’re a walker or runner, it’s important to prepare your body for exercise, to help you have a better workout and most importantly to prevent injury. Here is a routine of stretches to help you warm up and cool down.
Running short on time but still want to get a great full body workout in? Here’s a 10 minute standing program that strengthens and tones your arms, shoulders, back, chest and legs. It ends with a wonderful stretching segment to infuse the rest of your day with energy.
Here’s a standing and floor strength routine that uses a small weighted ball. If you don’t have a ball, you can hold one dumbbell instead.
Do you have neck pain from arthritis? Or perhaps, your neck is feeling the strain from looking down — such as on your phone, reading, sewing or desk work. This short program features five exercises you can do for tech neck or arthritis.
A full body program that tones and strengthens your arms, shoulders, back, abs, hips, buns and legs, and helps improve balance. Standing, floor and seated (on the ball).
Here’s my “secret weapon” workout to sculpt your body! This effective full-body program will give you toned arms, tight tummy, thin thighs, uplifted buns, and trim hips! Includes a relaxing stretching and flexibility segment. Standing and floor work.
Burn calories while dinner is cooking! Here’s a simple cardio and strength circuit routine you can do in the kitchen while your meal is cooking. No equipment needed. It is a 3-minute circuit comprised of 6 exercises, 8 reps each. Complete each one, then repeat the circuit as many times as you’d like.