This isn’t your typical candlelit yoga practice. Rather, it’s a mix of power yoga and lightweight strength training. The benefits of yoga like this include:
If you’ve been craving a yoga burn workout, but can’t make it to the yoga studio, try this intense yoga class at home.
Roll out your mat and do this as a yoga sculpt body weight workout; or add a light set of dumbbells to make this a yoga sculpt with weights.
It combines vinyasa flow yoga, resistance training, and cardio interval training.
Think traditional yoga sequences incorporating hand weights to intensify each yoga pose. Then add in strength training exercises like lunges and push ups, paired with high intensity cardio intervals.
If you want to tone your legs and butt and sculpt your arms and abs this full body workout is for you.
The calories burned in this 30-minute online yoga class will vary from person to person.
You can expect to burn between 350 and 400 calories during this yoga class. I personally burned ~400 calories while filming this workout (enter the visible sweat on my sports bra).
This is a full body workout, using compound movements to work multiple muscle groups at once.
As a result, you get a weight training workout, cardio workout and mobility workout in just 30 minutes.
If you can’t make it to your Corepower yoga class, do this 30 minute yoga sculpt at home!
We’re bringing the yoga studio to YOU with this free online yoga class.
Tone your legs, butt and thighs with yogi squats and lunges. And sculpt your arms and abs with planks, chatarunga push ups and yoga poses with weights.
Personally this is my favorite workout towards the end of the week when my muscles are a little sore but I still want to sweat.
Optional light free weights, I suggest 2-5 lb weights. I’m using 3 lb hand weights in this workout video.
If you don’t have light weights you can substitute filled water bottles, or do this yoga workout with just your bodyweight.
Click here to follow along with the guided video at the top of this post. I’ll coach you through the entire yoga sequence, providing form cues and modifications for all fitness levels.
We’ll flow from one yoga pose to the next, but I’ve outlined the yoga sequence below.