The Fitness Integrated Science on-demand subscription service is designed to help you achieve and maintain muscle health. Nationally recognized Muscle Activation Techniques MATRx Full Body Specialist, Certified Yoga Therapist C-IAYT, and Certified Yoga Instructor E-RYT 500 Lauren Eirk, MS provides a thorough, biomechanically-based approach to help your pinpoint your weak areas, correct strength imbalances, reduce pain and inflammation, and restore mobility.
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Lauren will take you through a complete circuit of strengthening exercises using dumbbells to drive the cardiovascular system while strengthening muscles. The total set of exercises will be performed twice in its entirety. Doing these exercises at a specific pace and intensity will burn fat while toning muscles in record time!
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Integrate the mind and body with this athletic, breath-centered practice. Get a chance to transition from standing to floor poses using a variety of creative sequences. Optional Yoga strap and blocks will be used to add variety and resistance in postures. This is an intermediate practice.
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