The Beginner Strength plan is guaranteed get you strong regardless of your age, genetics or body type. A no-nonsense strength program, it is simple, efficient, and will leave you feeling empowered.
Getting upside down in yoga and moving through space requires a tremendous amount of core control – exactly what this plan is designed to build. Core Control is the perfect compliment to your yoga Inversions practice.
For those of you who are working on inversions such as headstands, arm balances, and headstands this plan is the perfect compliment to your practice. While these workouts are short, they are TOUGH, so expect to get sweaty, get strong, and build the strongest, best looking core you’ve ever had.
Core Control is one part of the Inversions Bundle, a five-part online yoga series. Check out the full bundle here.
Patrick’s Yoga journey started on a bet with his Dad about whether or not he could learn to do a handstand. Now he teaches alignment-based Vinyasa Yoga, with a focus on building strength, creating flexibility, and learning to float. Patrick has been featured in both Yoga Journal and Origin Magazine, and his plans are some of the most popular on Cody.
Freestyle MoveStrong is a four-phase program created to build movement strength. Strength isn’t about numbers, it’s about learning how to move as efficiently as possible towards your goal – whatever that may be. Follow this program to learn how to best enhance your physical performance across any sport of fitness discipline. Continue Reading…
The internet is abuzz in awe of Kacy Catanzaro, the first woman to ever qualify for American Ninja Warrior’s finals on Mt. Midoriyama.
While everybody is excited and amazed by Kacy, I’m going to go out on a limb and assert that her win felt like a win for every girl & woman watching.
That’s because after a record year of the media telling women we aren’t capable of doing things, from NYT publishing an article about how women can’t do pull ups, to the Winter Olympics insisting on shorter runs & smaller jumps for women’s courses, to Congress generally treating women like children who aren’t capable of making their own healthcare choices… us ladies really needed a win.
Then came Kacy:
Kacy used to be an elite gymnast, and it shows. Gymnasts rock.
But here’s a thought, American Ninja Warrior (if you’re listening, which I doubt, but oh well), why don’t you make your courses less focused on upper body strength – which men obviously have an advantage in – and provide obstacles that require a larger variety of skills. Flexibility, balance, agility, lower body strength – these are all things that women have an advantage in - yet rarely appear on the show.
What do you guys think? Let us know in the comments section below :)
This Beginner Beach Yoga video by Kerri Verna, also known as Instagram’s @BeachYogaGirl, is a free preview of her new online beach yoga series.
This plan is made up of yoga classes for all levels: Wake up to the sunrise in West Palm Beach with a short 10 minute practice, or re-invigorate your day with a full 60 minute Vinyasa class. Continue Reading…