frequently asked questions

What are high intensity workouts?

High-intensity workouts refer to exercise routines or activities that involve short bursts of intense physical activity followed by brief periods of rest or lower-intensity activity. These workouts aim to elevate your heart rate and push your body to its limits within a short amount of time.

Are high intensity workouts safe?

Before starting any fitness routine, you should check with a medical professional to see if its safe for you – especially if you have preexisting conditions or health concerns. For most people, exercise (including high intensity workouts) is not only safe and but encouraged.

What equipment is needed to complete the workouts?

Our workouts include bodyweight exercises and dumbbell exercises. We encourage members to have more than one set of dumbbells so that they can increase or decrease weight as necessary to account for different workouts and fatigue during exercise.

How long do the workouts last?

Our workouts are designed to last between 30 and 40 minutes.

Can you tell me more about the workout structure?

Each daily workout is broken down to three blocks. Each block ranges from eight to 12 minutes and consists of three to six exercises. Depending on the type of workout being complete, we build in rests between the exercises and/or between the blocks.

Are the workouts like anything I may have done?

Most members say the workouts are similar to boutique fitness gyms such as Orange Theory. This is because our workouts focus on elevating the heart rate by increasing the intensity of the workout. If you’ve workout in a boutique fitness class or at a cross-fit gym, you have likely experienced similar high intensity workouts.

How do I know what workout to do?

The workouts are delivered via email. We’ll provide all the information that you need to successfully complete each days workout (even if you have little to no experience working out), including laying out the blocks and exercises and providing a simple-to-follow video of the workout.