Blind Alive: Kick It Up a Notch!

Blind Alive: Kick It Up a Notch!

Want to Kick Your Workouts into High Gear?
Nov 12, 2017 09:44 am | Mel Scott
I have been asked to give a rundown of our more challenging programs for those who are ready to move things up a level and for those who are already in great shape. I tend to talk more about the beginner or gentle workouts because those are the ones most people want, and the ones I like myself.
We have five programs that are quite challenging and can be made more so by adding weights.
1. Barre Method
I love this one even though it is not easy — especially if you do the whole thing. I do not do all of it in one day. It comes with segments that can be done on alternate days or any way you want to break them up. There are six components: a warm up, arms, thighs, glutes, and an ab section that will change your body without a doubt. It ends with a nice stretch. You will feel long and lean.
2. Pilates Mat Level Two
Jennifer Kern is the designer and voice of Barre Method and the two Pilates mat workouts. Level Two assumes you know the terminology introduced in Level One. As a result, there is more time for intense movements. Pilates is extremely powerful, and this mat workout will pull in your waist and strengthen your whole body. If you do everything she says to do, you will, without a doubt, feel quite accomplished.
3. BootCamp
This one is 30 minutes of higher impact movements like planks, mountain climbers, squat jumps, and much more. Shana Maleeff is the voice and collaborator, and she is upbeat and motivational. Your heart rate goes up, and your coordination and strength increase.
4. Cardio Level Two
This one is a little easier than BootCamp. It has some of the same moves but not as many of the tougher ones. There are more recovery moves. It really gets your heart rate up and strengthens also. This one moves a little slower than BootCamp, which makes it a perfect intermediate level.
5. Sculpting With Weights Level Two
This is also voiced and collaborated on by Shana. It is all about compound movements which work more muscle groups at the same time. It is a whole body workout. You can always add more weight to make it more intense. It combines overhead presses with squats, chest presses with bridges, and sumo squats with triceps extensions, for example.
After you’ve done some of our more intense programs, you might like Slow Flow Yoga or the Whole Body Stretch for those recovery days.
To view all our workouts, hear samples, and purchase bundles or individual workouts, please visit our Programs Page to view all our offerings.
Not every workout is right for every person, but we pride ourselves on having a few workouts that will benefit each individual, wherever you are on the continuum of fitness. If you know of someone who would love our workouts, please consider telling them about BlindAlive, or purchasing workouts as gifts. We are proud of our accessible website and customer service. We would be happy to communicate with you about what workouts might best serve your particular needs and help you meet your goals. We can be reached at support@BlindAlive.com .
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