Our co-founder Amanda McCarroll breaks it down with Tabitha Lipkin of Fox 5 San Diego.
After experimenting with various ankle and hand weights — and making some of their earlier participants very sore in the process — Vivas and McCarroll “nailed the recipe” with lighter weights and nonstop yoga-style movements. Three years later, FlowLIFT is one of their most popular classes, with students both in-studio and online. The not-so-secret recipe? A combination of yoga, Pilates and weight training that helps to improve balance and develop core strength as well as mental sharpness. And it all happens within a 45-minute class that has virtually no breaks.
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10 FUN WORKOUTS TO TRY THIS SUMMER
For those of us who like a variety of workout styles, FlowLIFT Fitness, which is influenced by yoga, Pilates, and weight training, is just the thing. Created by the founders of Buddhi Yoga, it is a new mat-based, music-driven strength training workout using light ankle and hand weights that leans and tones all over. It’s an online workout so it can be taken anywhere in the world at anytime and is also available at its home studio in La Jolla, Buddhi Yoga.