High Intensity Conditioning

Taking it up to full Pungra

The magic in Pungra Fit classes, is the high intensity conditioning. This is why people choose Pungra Fit over other classes. Many people might not even be able to keep up, but they will try their best and expect to improve over time.

High intensity should be introduced after at least a 5 minute warm up and another 5 minute low intensity track.

Also, you will leave room at the end of the class for a low intensity conditioning, cool down and static stretches. Since that can all take about 10 minutes, for a one hour class, make the 45 minute mark the last high intensity conditioning track.

Watch this video in which I demonstrate a high intensity track using the CAAT method. Follow along and then practise instructing it.

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