AthletaWell Guides Sarah Ezrin and Chris Freytag create space with the community in TWO on-demand workouts. Both workout options have one goal: create physical space with your body to create space in your mind.
Today you get to choose how you want to move. Between feeling open beyond your limits, or finding strength in balancing your body, you can't go wrong. Below,
Sarahcreates space throughan expansive yoga flowdesigned to open both your body and mind.
Chrispushes througha full-body strength trainingto activate all major muscle groups, finding strength in balancing your body.
After watching the recorded workout of your choice, share with the AthletaWell community how did it feel to move your body. Which recorded workout did you choose? Or maybe you did both! How did it feel to open your body and move freely? Did you feel energized or empowered afterwards?
Share what noticed in the comments section below or in the comments of THIS conversation in the Well-Being Week Space by Thursday, Jan 13, 2022 for a chance to win a special prize*
Take Up Space Yoga Class with Yoga Guide Sarah Ezrin
This a 25-minute flow will leave you feeling more spacious and more importantly, more worthy of taking up that space. Bc spoiler alert: you are!
On a whole, women seem to do a lot of confirming. We conform to fit into friend groups, just as we conform to fit into last year’s jeans. But all what we end up doing when we place ourselves into these neat little boxes is limiting our potential.
How can we spread our wings in a cage?
We will not only do poses that help to open up and stretch the body, but we will also explore the mental confines of limiting beliefs. Be prepared to sweat and maybe even cry.
Finding Balance and Strength with Strength Training Guide Chris Freytag
This video is a total body strength workout for all levels. If you don’t have dumbbells, even your own bodyweight would be plenty if you are a beginner. See how it feels. If it feels good, do it again the next day.
People often don’t know where to start. Whether you’ve taken a week off, a month off, a year off or even decades off from exercise, getting started can feel daunting.
Therefore, if you are willing to commit to strength training in the future, just start with baby steps. Don’t do too much. and allow your joints and muscles to adapt to the workload. And don’t be overwhelmed by needing a lot of time. You can see great improvement in your strength with as little as two to three short training stretch sessions a week.
And just remember… yes you can!
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