Start Small. Rome wasn’t built in a day.
These three basic sections divide Fit2B™ Studio workouts into three sections. Non-members can see this section but will be unable to access the workouts.
You WILL get stronger, and you WILL get leaner IF you stay safe by choosing wisely today.
“E” is for Easy
These workouts are simple and basic. On a scale of 1-10 each one is between a 1-3 in difficulty. Workouts marked with TS are TummySafe which means they are free of crunch-like motions, sit-ups and/or unmodified planks, making them safer for those with diastasis recti, neck and lower back issues, and c-sections or other abdominal surgery. For a full listing of all our TS workouts, please visit our TummySafe pathway.
A workout should NOT be chosen because it looks “hard” or like it will “kill” you! A workout should be chosen based on your ability to perform the moves with good form, no pain, no tingling, no fainting… you get the idea, right? We want you to IMPROVE your health and SUCCEED at reaching your goals, not tear a muscle trying to prove something by jumping ahead. So go ahead. Start Small. We dare you. It can’t hurt.
“M” is for Moderate
Moderate means medium in terms of workout intensity. On a scale of 1-10 they are each between 4-7. Our moderate workouts offer a lot of modifications, so that you can gradually keep improving. If you’ve been exercising on a regular basis for at least six months, you are likely ready to begin this section. Only advance forward as you are able to perform each exercise in each workout with your navel drawn inward. If it says TS before the name, it doesn’t contain crunch-like motions or situp motions, making it safer for those with Diastasis Recti.
“C” is for Challenging
The routines in this section are intended for Fit2B Studio Members who have ALREADY done all prior pathways and workout sections with perfect form and total transverse tightening. On a scale of 1-10 each is between 8-10 so be warned! For maximum safety and effectiveness, please go in the order laid out for you. Stop exercising and consult a physician if you feel pain, numbness, tingling or begin bleeding.
If you have no idea what “transverse tightening” means, PLEASE watch this before proceeding.
If it doesn’t say “TS” then it’s not fully TummySafe™
We’d like to refilm these because they’re just not up to our current standards. What do you think? Keep ‘em or toss ‘em?