If you’re really looking to feel the burn, try taking Aaptiv Trainer Kenta Seki’s 100 Squat Challenge. Or, to reset and re-center, push play on Sleep and Harmony, a guided meditation with Aaptiv Trainer Jade Alexis.
Stretching & Healing with Amanda B.
Full Body: This quick full body stretch class introduces you to simple yet effective stretches to keep your muscles performing at their best.
Stretch to Success with Ackeem E.
Lower Body: This stretch class starts with a squat to stretch out your hips before moving into seated stretches to release tension in your lower body.
The Happy Ending with Kenta S.
Full Body: You’ll need a mat for this stretch class. Work through some simple stretches that target your full body. This class is great to take as a post-workout cooldown.
Three Rounds, Three Miles with Ackeem E.
Intervals: Run through three rounds for a total of three miles. Each round includes a 6-minute tempo run and three challenging sprints. Enjoy rest and recovery after each mile.
Traffic Light Zones with Ackeem E.
Intervals: Work in three zones for this class: red, yellow, and green. Each zone includes different speeds, ranging from 5.0 and below for recovery to 7.0 for sprints. You’ll cover five rounds, alternating between a 2-minute tempo run and a 40-second sprint. Enjoy 60 seconds of rest in between rounds.
Run With Meg with Meghan T.
Intervals: This workout has four parts. The first is a progression and incline interval, and your speeds will range from 3.0 to 3.2. Part two is an active recovery that alternates running at 5.0 with walking. Part three focuses on running on incline. The last part ranges from speeds of 5.2 to 5.5 with walking intervals in between. End with a cooldown stretch.
Two Parts, Many Intervals with Meghan T.
Intervals: This workout is broken into two parts. Part one starts with a 3-minute active recovery jog at 5.0, then moves into running intervals with speeds ranging from 5.0 to 7.8. Part two focuses on incline variation and you’ll focus on running on ever-changing inclines. This is a great workout for intermediate runners looking to get stronger and more efficient.
Devilish Things with Meghan T.
Steady Pace + Sprint: In this fartlek run, the goal is to hold a base pace of 6.2 for the entire run. Increase the challenge with ten 60-second sprints thrown in. Your speeds for these pushes range from 6.8 to 8.8. Return to your base pace after each sprint. This run is a little more on the advanced-intermediate side. You’ll build mental toughness and push outside of your comfort zone.
Finish with Finesse with Meghan T.
Steady Pace: This is a 30-minute fartlek run with sprints mixed in. Your base pace will be 6.0 and your top speed for sprints will be 9.0. Your focus for today is getting to that last sprint. This run is challenging but can also be easily modified. It’s a great class to take if you’re looking to improve speed and stamina. You’ll learn about transitions and how to not fight the pace.
Ain’t No Other Pace with Rochelle B.
Speed Work: This beat-based workout is designed for members who are beginner athletes and need to focus only on speed intervals. This will help build up stamina and improve overall performance level. Your recovery speed will be 3.0, and your maximum speed will be 5.5
These Moments to Sleep with Jade A.
Guided Meditation: This meditation is a traditional nidra to lead you into a deep sleep. Sleep is part of a healthy lifestyle and benefits your heart, mind, weight, and mood. Your body heals itself while you sleep so push play, close your eyes, and get ready to relax.
Sleep and Harmony with Jade A.
Guided Meditation: Start with a breathing exercise to calm your mind. End with a body scan that promotes relaxation and deep sleep.
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Learning Side Crow with Jade A.
Vinyasa Flow: This advanced class breaks down the side crow pose. Work through a flow and then learn how to balance and fly on your arms.
Remember the Walk with Jaime M.
Walk + Strength: This workout includes walking, power walking, bodyweight strength exercises, and an optional jog. The word of the workout is “hot.” Warm up with a walk, then pick it up to a power walk and hold it. From here, transition into three rounds made up of 30-second intervals of jumping jacks, squats, and reverse lunges. End with a steady-paced walk. Workout to a ’90s playlist.
Strong At Heart with Jaime M.
Walk + Jog: This outdoor class alternates walking and jogging intervals, ranging in duration from 15 to 45 seconds. The word of this workout is “heart.” You’ll focus on your heart and all that you keep close to it.
Running With The ’90s with Katie H.
Intervals: It’s the ’90s, baby! This outdoor run is set to your favorite ’90s alternative pop hits. Start with a warm-up, then it’s time for three different blocks of work. Focus on your speed and form. Singing along isn’t required, but it’s highly encouraged!
20 for 10 with Meghan T.
Steady Pace + Speed Work: This advanced outdoor run is broken into two segments. In the first portion, you’ll run at a steady pace for 20 minutes. The last ten minutes will contain five 60-second sprints with active recovery in between.
Tempo Trifold with Rochelle B.
Intervals: Work with endurance and speed drills to help improve performance. There are three parts to this workout. Warm up and walk it out for 2 mins. Then, in part one, lock in your jogging pace for three songs. In part two, run in your tempo pace. In part three, work through some speed drills, and end with some sprints. Recover with a jog and cool down with a walk.
The Elliptical Rhythm with Jaime M
Intervals: The word of this workout is “throwback.” Exercise to old school jams with a groovy ’90s playlist. This class is a fun way for beginners to work on climbs and endurance on the elliptical. Warm up, then work through incline and resistance intervals, as well as some sprints. Your maximum incline will be 10.0.
Tabata Training with John T.
Intervals: This intermediate workout focuses on Tabata training. You’ll work through short bursts of high intensity work followed by short bursts of recovery. In between the Tabata pushes, you’ll focus on maintaining your speed and adding resistance.
Cycling-Charmed Life with Katie H.
Intervals: Push through a total of four songs, the longest of which is 4 minutes in length. Your maximum resistance will be 14.0. Every other song brings a challenge so get your mind right and push play! You’ll work to an all ’90s alternative pop playlist.
Let’s Start the Party with John T.
Intervals: This intermediate indoor cycling workout focuses on beat-based riding. Work through a playlist of five songs. Focus on maintaining tempo and adding resistance for two songs. For the other three songs, you’ll work on pushing past the rhythm. The goal of this class is to find your beat and to sky-rocket your metabolism.
Free Your Mind with Katie H.
Intervals: This ride is set to a playlist of songs by female powerhouses. Start with a warm-up, then work through three challenges pushes, the longest of which is 5 minutes long.
The 100 Squat Challenge with Kenta S.
Lower Body: This class consists solely of squats. Perform a set of 10, 20, 30, and 40 squats each for a total of 100 squats in the class.
Shake Senora with Mike S.
Upper Body + Core: Perform four rounds of four exercises each. Do each exercises for 30 seconds. Exercises include down dogs, alternating shoulder taps, leg raises, and hollow holds. You’ll have 45 seconds of rest in between.
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