This is a perfect mix of aerobics, HIIT workout (High Intensity Interval Training) and pilates.
We start with 10 – 15 minutes of aerobic dance with simple choreography. Aerobic exercise, also known as cardio, is physical exercise of low to high intensity that depends primarily on the aerobic energy- generating process. I use it to warm up our body and to prepare well for the HIIT workout that we do for 15 minutes. HIIT become a popular way to burn more fat, improve endurance, and built strenght. The magic of high intensity interval training (or HIIT, for short) is that it keeps your body burning fat even after you leave the gym. During a HIIT workout, your body can’t shuttle enough oxygen to your muscles during periods of hard work. Therefore, your muscles accumulate a “debt” of oxygen that must be repaid post-workout in order to get back to normal. The result: Your metabolism is revved for hours after you leave the gym. Trainers refer to this phenomena as excess post-exercise oxygen consumption, or EPOC. HIIT means short, intense bouts of exercise that you do for at least 30 – 40 seconds.
At the end we do a pilates workout for at least 30 minutes. Pilates is similar to yoga but emphasizes your body’s core — the abdomen, obliques, lower back, inner and outer thigh, butt, and so on. For this reason, pilates develops much of what exercisers need — strength, flexibility, muscular endurance, coordination, balance, and good posture. The discipline emphasizes correct form instead of going for the burn.
Within 60 minutes od SUNDARI total body we get a perfect workout that burns calories, built strenght and long, beautiful muscles.