Getting airborne and trying an aerial fitness class is fun – but it’s also a serious workout! Here’s our complete guide to getting airborne.
Types of Aerial Workouts
Aerial Yoga – Perhaps the most well-known aerial workout, aerial yoga incorporates principles of yoga like breathing and meditation while you perform a variety of moves supported by the hammock.
Aerial Barre – Aerial barre is like a typical barre class – only without the barre. You can expect plenty of core and leg burning moves, just using the hammock instead of a barre for support. Because the hammock can support you in different ways and move with you, you can get a greater range of motion than you would in a traditional barre workout.
Summer is a great time to mix up your workout routine and try out fun activities like paddleboarding that also happen to be a great workout! While its always fun to try something new, we admit that it can be a little intimidating. Follow these tips to help you gain confidence as you take on new adventurous summer sports.
Kettlebells are one of our home gym essentials because, in a single piece of equipment, you can work your cardio, improve your strength and boost flexibility. Learn more about why kettlebells are so awesome for building a lean, toned body and why you should incorporate kettlebell training into your routine.
It Burns Some MAJOR Calories
One of the reasons kettlebells are so loved is for their ability to seriously incinerate some major calories. If you’ve ever tried swinging one around, you know it can get your heart rate up quick. In fact, The American Council on Exercise (ACE) reports that you can burn 400 calories in a 20-minute kettlebell workout, which is the equivalent of 20 calories per minute or running a 6-minute mile!