15-minutes is all you need.
I know it can feel overwhelming to start a new exercise program, or to try something new & commit to sticking with it.
But listen up - if you're thinking about it, it's time to do it. And the best part about my workouts?
They're only 15-minutes. An excuse-proof amount of time that will actually, truly, really give you results if you hang with me & are consistent.
So let's do this. Together. Don't wait - the only time that's guaranteed is right now.
Stream on Amazon Video
You can find all of my 15-minute workout & yoga videos on Amazon Video, free with your Prime Membership. Stream on the device of your choice, on the Amazon Video platform. Save my videos to your "Watchlist" and even download for offline streaming!
Stream without Amazon Video
If you are not an Amazon Prime member or live outside of the United States, you can still stream all of my workout & yoga videos. They are available for purchase on my website as full Series and individual workouts.
How many calories do I burn in your workouts?
This answer is different for each of us! But here is how I recommend calculating an awesome estimate of how many calories you're burning with me - log your workout using the My Fitness Pal app or website. Use the exercise lookup feature & type "calisthenics" into the search bar. Then choose "Calisthenics (pushups, sit-ups), vigorous effort" from the matching results. Enter your weight & exercise duration to determine your calories burned. Since calorie burn is unique to each person based upon a number of varying factors, this is the best way to determine how many calories you burn with me. *NOTE: There is also a "light/moderate effort" calisthenics option as well, which you might choose if you feel that light/moderate effort more accurately describes your effort during the workout.
What yoga / fitness mat do you recommend?
I have a Gaiam fitness mat that I love. It has great cushion & doesn't shred. You can find it here.
How long should I follow a Series schedule before moving on?
I generally recommend you stick with a Series and follow the weekly schedule for 4 weeks before moving onto the next. With that said, everyone is different. You may choose to move on sooner or later for a number of reasons (fitness level, variety, consistency, etc). Listen to your body, but if you find yourself getting a bit bored, or going easily through the moves you've done several times, it's time to move forward!
I want 30-minutes. Can I combine more than one of your workouts together?
Do I need to begin with Series 1.0?
If you're just starting out & describe yourself as a 'beginner,' I would recommend starting with Series 1.0. After that, you can truly choose any Series you'd like -- I provide options for all fitness levels in *all* of my workout videos. So if you want to jump to Series 6.0 and see what using weights is all about - go for it! I designed my workouts to always keep you challenged, no matter where you are in your fitness journey.