UNDER 15 MIN

UNDER 15 MIN

When you have very little time but you don't want to give up to your workout. Sometimes one hour to dedicate to your workout is a luxury, these shorter workouts have the purpose to get you moving in less than 15 minutes so that you can feel better, energized and ready to kill the day!

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UNDER 15 MIN
  • Warm up for runners - 7 min

    Level 1 - Pace: Moderate
    Quick and perfect warm up before you head out for a run!
    A quality osteo-articular warm up is key to preparing the body for the pounding of running: from the toes and ankles, all the way up to the ribcage and neck.

  • Quick Abs with Chair L2

    Level 2 – Pace: Fast
    When you only have 5 minutes and want to get some quick abdominal work in, this is the sequence you need! It’s also great when you have lumbar issues, and you can’t articulate the lumbar spine!

  • Airplane Board mix - 8 min

    The Airplane board is an amazing tool and it's often forgotten! If you have access to a Cadillac try out this little sequence: it's not just about the one single exercise that we learn in the Certification Program, we can play with different movements before we get there. Great to strengthen the ...

  • Lifting the Arch L1 - 6 min

    Level 1 - Pace: Slow
    The foot has a CORE, and we need to make it as strong as our abs. The vault of the foot sometimes collapses and puts our whole body in danger of compensation. With this quick sequence you’ll give the foot a boost of activation in just 6 min!

  • Desk ELDOA & Stretches - 8 min

    Open Level - Pace: Slow
    It’s important to have a regular workout routine but the best thing we can do for our general health is to add some stretches during our day at the desk. Yes! Put an alarm and stop for 7 minutes of stretching at least twice during your 8-hour workday. It will make your bod...

  • Arms and posture - 9 min

    Level 2 - Pace: Slow
    Let’s tone the arms! In Pilates we usually work with very light weights… but the beauty of it is that as we work the arms, we also engage and control the whole postural alignment of the body making an exercise that might seem easy very challenging and intense!

  • Foot Focus Level 3 Workout B - 9 min

    Level 3 - Pace: Moderate
    If you reached level 3 you are a pro! Congratulations let’s have some fun!
    Level 3 workout A is part of the FOOT FOCUS program that develops over 9 weeks and that will help you increase the range of motion, strength and coordination of your feet!
    Remember that the key is ...

  • Foot Focus Level 3 Workout A - 9 min

    Level 3 - Pace: Moderate
    If you reached level 3 you are a pro! Congratulations let’s have some fun!
    Level 3 workout A is part of the FOOT FOCUS program that develops over 9 weeks and that will help you increase the range of motion, strength and coordination of your feet!
    Remember that the key is...

  • FOOT Focus Level 2 Workout B - 6 min

    Level 2 - Pace: Moderate
    Now you are more confident and experienced, and we can explore some new and more demanding exercises. Also, Level 2 workout B is part of the FOOT FOCUS program that develops over 9 weeks and that will help you increase the range of motion, strength and coordination of you...

  • Foot Focus Level 2 Workout A - 5 min

    Level 2 - Pace: Moderate
    Now you are more confident and experienced, and we can explore some new and more demanding exercises. Also, Level 2 workout A is part of the FOOT FOCUS program that develops over 9 weeks and that will help you increase the range of motion, strength and coordination of yo...

  • Foot Focus Level 1 Workout B - 7 min

    Level 1 - Pace: Moderate
    If you are new to working out the feet or simply new to the use of Rescue LOOP, this is the first workout to start with. Level 1 workout B is part of the FOOT FOCUS program that develops over 9 weeks and that will help you increase the range of motion, strength and coord...

  • Foot Focus Level 1 Workout A - 8 min

    Level 1 - Pace: Moderate
    If you are new to working out the feet or simply new to the use of Rescue LOOP, this is the first workout to start with. Level 1 workout A is part of the FOOT FOCUS program that develops over 9 weeks and that will help you increase the range of motion, strength and coord...

  • Waist, hips and arms - 13 min

    Level 2 - Pace: Moderate
    Perfect quick workout to get into waist, hips and arms when you have little time for it!
    Accelerate the pace and the reps if you want to make it more intense, just make sure your form is proper and safe!

  • Hips & adductors - 9 min

    Level 2 - Pace: Moderate
    Quick and to the point! When you have 10 minutes, and you want to keep your hips in shape! The glute medius (outer hip) is opposite and synergic to the inner thigh muscles: that’s why this little combo is even more effective and powerful!

  • The 100: Abs Killing workout - 12 min

    Open Level - Pace: moderate
    Do you only have a few minutes, but you want to feel your abs and work them deep? This is perfect for you! The 100 and the abdominal series are iconic sections of the Pilates Mat and believe me, they get to the CORE in a deep and intense (good intense) way!

  • Quick Stretch - 8 min

    Level 2 - Pace: slow
    Stretching is very important, mostly after training or after running and playing sports. This is just a quick flow for when you have very little time, but you don’t want to skip it!

  • Buns of Steel - 12 min

    Level 2 - Pace: moderate
    Glutes, glutes and more glutes… they are functional and aesthetic! Here you have a fun and quick sequence to get the job done. Increase the number of reps and sets if you feel that you are ready for it!

  • Intro Rescue LOOP - 13 min

    Level 1 - Pace: Slow
    Rescue LOOP can sometimes be intimidating but this video will show and teach you the most important placements, movements and exercises so that you can get started with it and feel more comfortable when we use it in more advanced classes.

  • Breathing: Relaxation - 11 min

    Open level - Pace: Slow
    One of the most important muscles for respiration is the diaphragm. The diaphragm is the biggest and most powerful muscle of the human body, but it’s often ignored and played down because we don’t see it…
    We go to the gym to strengthen muscles like glutes and biceps (to lo...

  • Fire Your Glutes! - 4 min

    Level 1 - Pace: Slow
    The glutes are so important for our postural alignment.
    This a quick routine that you can easily jump into when you know that you have a little time available and you want to work on your pelvis.

  • Shoulder: proper movement - 8 min

    Open level - Pace: Slow
    These drills are great to warm up the shoulders before a class, while rehabbing from little tears and inflammation and also to get ready for your “A” game. The 5-point shoulder de-coaptation, scapulae mobilization and some stretching with the towel will help you safely ach...

  • The Ab Series (Romana's) - 3 min

    Level 2 - Pace: Moderate
    In Joseph Pilates book we only find 2 exercises of what we today call the “abdominal series”: the single leg bent, and the double leg bent. Romana, seeing that people needed to strengthen the core added three exercises: the single straight leg, the double straight leg and...

  • Glutes with Rescue LOOP - 15 min

    Level 1 - Pace: Moderate
    I love hip extensions, squats, Romanian, shoulder bridges, sidekicks, single leg balance and jumps… but we can get into the pelvis and its reinforcement also with Rescue LOOP.
    Place the feet in the foot strap and let’s connect that spring resistance to the pelvis!

  • The Teaser Breakdown - 13 min

    Level 2 - Pace: Slow
    The Pilates Teaser is often times misunderstood. Like the 100, it’s iconic for the method and it’s feared for its complexity of strength, flexibility and coordination. Come and break it down with me so that everything will make more sense and most importantly it will feel bet...