Feeling overwhelmed by all the videos and all the options? Unsure where to start?

We are here to help!

Our workouts are broken down into the following categories:

  • Fitness – Strength, Cardio & Abs Challenge
  • Yoga – Strength, Flexibility, Relaxation & Pre Natal
  • Pilates
  • Martial Arts

Each workout is designed to be completed more than once. We suggest you should complete each workout at least 4 to 5 times which means you have over 140 workouts to complete. Hopefully, you’ll see a slight improvement in your own abilities each time you redo the same workout.

But of course, you’ll most likely develop your own favorite workouts and want to keep on repeating them for eternity. You are free to complete as many different workouts as many different times as your heart & body desire. After all – Anyone, Anywhere, Anytime is our motto. 

We regularly add new workouts across all categories in both English & Thai. So, you will never run out of new & exciting workouts to try.

Here is a sample plan of where to start depending on your own experience

If you are a beginner to exercise or have taken an extended time off, consider the following regime:

Week 1 – 1x flexibility yoga, 30 minute walk every other day
Week 2 – 1x flexibility yoga, 1x strength yoga, 30 minute walk every other day
Week 3 – 1x yoga (any), 1x strength (any), 30 minute walk every other day
Week 4 – 1x yoga (any), 1x strength (any), 1x cardio (any), 30 minute walk every other day
Week 5 – repeat week 4

After 5 weeks, reassess how you are feeling? Are you sore? Which videos have you found most challenging? Are you feeling more energised from your workouts?

Only you will know how many workouts you thrive off and how quickly you recover. If life is feeling stressful, you might opt for more yoga than cardio or strength.

If you’re feeling fresh and energised, maybe you can tolerate more of the cardio workouts!

Important Note: Before commencing any physical activity that may impact your health, and especially if you are returning to exercise after any injury or period of inactivity, you should consult your medical professional.

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