Low Intensity Conditioning

Easing into conditioning

Straight after the warm up, the first track you instruct will be low intensity conditioning. This serves as an extension to the warm up track, but in the style more akin to what the rest of the class will be.

Throughout the class, you can use as many low intensity tracks as you feel are appropriate for your class. This depends on the skill and fitness level of your customers. 
Watch this video in which I demonstrate a low intensity track using the CAAT method. Follow along and then practise instructing it yourself.

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