Every body is different and people's levels of fitness vary. These workouts tend to be challenging but you can always modify it to make it harder or easier depending on what you need. Listen to your body and let Monni know about any injuries or concerns. You can do it!
Generally. There's usually a bit of core work at the end. Some days are a bit more focused on the lower body and other days hit the upper body harder but everything usually gets worked.
Each of the online Zoom classes is $4 and you can pick and choose which ones you'd like to attend. If you're a frequent participant, why not sign up for the month? You'll only pay $28 for every online class offered that month! What a deal! Personal training prices vary depending on a few factors. If you're looking to go that direction, send us an email using the fancy little pink chat button below.
It depends. If you signed up for the single workout, no. If you signed up for the month, yes. You will have access to the workout archives and you can fit the class into your schedule on demand.
Yes. But it doesn't cost a thing. Sign up at monnisavoryfitness.com and that'll make it easier for you to navigate the bookings page.
Not really. If you're able to e-transfer and you're got an internet connection you're good to go!
Having a baby is a big deal. When you're cleared by your doctor to resume activity, you may be able to do these workouts. You know your body best. Let Monni know and she'll help with some modifications to help you ease back into exercise.
Technology can be hard, we get it. Don't let that stop you from getting your workout in though! Send us a note using the little pink button on the bottom of the page and we'll be happy to help you sign up and register for whatever you need.
"HIIT" stands for High Intensity Interval Training, a type of training designed to push your limits with a lot of reps at set intervals followed by short rests. The goal is to keep your heart rate elevated for the duration of the workout, thus burning a lot of calories both during and after the workout.
In a four-minute tabata workout, you alternate between 20-second intervals of intense effort and 10-second intervals of rest for eight total rounds.
Tabata workouts are designed to elevate your heart rate to a high anaerobic zone and give the body just a short recovery window.
Rest days are days when you have to force yourself to take some time away from training. It's important to let your body recover. Drink your water, go for a walk, do a little stretching and mobility work, and, of course, daydream about your next training day!