Pilates Anytime If you're super into all forms of Pilates, this is your app. "They have the broadest spectrum of Pilates styles from New York, Classical, West Coast, Santa Fe, and Contemporary, or fitness-focused Pilates," says Juliet Kaska, ACE and NASM-certified personal trainer and Vionic Innovation Lab member.
Also, if you're in the mood for a high-energy cardio class, the app also offers barre-Pilates fusion fitness challenges. And you can download these workouts and c
Weight gain happens to everyone—especially in the winter months. According to the University of Rochester, people gain an average of 1 to 3 pounds over the holidays due to everything from devouring one too many sweet treats to being overloaded with stress. But don't let too-tight pants get you down. There are numerous ways to kickstart your weight loss journey and create lasting results. Here are the 50 top weight loss tips you should know about to make 2020 your best, most c
Your mind wants to hit the trail, treadmill, mat or bike but your body needs a little motivation to get off the couch. We get it. It's cold outside! Whether you want to change up your routine or start one after a long hiatus these pro tips from our archives will help kick start your workout resolutions and set you on the path for success. Emma Elfving, an instructor at Barry's Bootcamp in San Francisco | Brit + Co 1. Take it slow. If you're just getting back to a workout regi
There are so many fantastic benefits that come from making movement a part of your regular routine, from the rush of endorphins that boost your mood and banish stress, to the satisfying feeling of strength and accomplishment. And while admittedly everyone's fitness goals are different, experts do actually believe that an important factor in sticking with yours — and getting the most out of it — is how long you work out a day. You've probably seen a ton of suggestions for 10-m
Comfort zone- it’s so nice and safe in the comfort zone. It feels so good that becomes hard to leave it. I stepped out of mine this month- I am plan to step out of mine a lot this year. I consider myself a fit and sporty type of person- I am strong. I am limber. I am agile. I am also quick, have good balance and am coordinated. All of this is true and real until balls start flying at me! ⚽ 🏀 🏈 🎾 The last time I played a sport (other then kickball) that involved balls was
Ten years ago, I got a deal that unexpectedly changed my life. After decades of doing complicated and overly-taxing workouts that ceased providing physical or emotional results, I felt overwhelmed. Then, I bought a new student 10-pack at JK Zen. Pilates' straightforward, "simple" movements provided my path to a more aligned and stronger framework which allowed me to carry on my life with greater ease, less pain and more room for goodness. Juliet and her amazing team have sinc
Happy New Year’s Zen Family! This is a unique New Year as we celebrate not only the end of 2019 but the close of a decade. This is a great opportunity to take the time to not only be introspective and reflective on the past year but on the past decade. Then as we step forward into 2020 let us make choices and decisions that are informed and enriched by our previous experiences, and lessons of the past decade. I have personally spent a decent amount of time over this holiday t