Cardio for Hypermobility
How to improve cardio while navigating pain, instability, fatigue...and more.
May 20, 2023, 1:00 to 3:00 pm PST / 4:00 to 6:00 pm EST | Replay Available
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In this master class, you’ll learn:
- The difference between low and high intensity cardio + how much you need for health benefits
- Why cardio may be challenging if you're hypermobile and how it relates to some of the hypermobility comorbidities, such as dysautonomia and POTS*
- How choose the right form of cardio and ways to progress while accounting for hypermobility related challenges and flare-ups
- How to prepare your body for higher impact activities like running + how to know if you might be ready to try it.
*Note this is not medical advice and if you have specific medical related questions, you should consult a medical provider.
You'll also get...
- A template to create your own cardio program that you can use with whatever type of cardio you decide to pursue (e.g. walking / cycling / swimming / running)
- Video tutorials with exercises to prepare your body for walking, running, and other high impact activities
- A recording of the class that will be available for you to watch for 1 year after the class has ended split into video chapters to make watching it easier.
This class is for you if you’re hypermobile and want to explore cardio, but are unsure of where to start and prone to flare-ups or if you want to start running, but are worried about injuries.
It is also for movement professionals who wants tools to better serve their hypermobile clients.
Can't make it live? A recording will be available for 1 year after the class has ended.
About Your Instructors
Nikki Naab-Levy is a personal trainer and nutrition coach with 17 years of experience helping people realize their physical capabilities and move beyond injury. As a member of the bendy body club with numerous co-morbidities, she has extensive personal and professional experience making strength work for hypermobile humans.
She holds B.S. in Exercise Science and B.S. Journalism from Ohio University. Her fitness wisdom has been featured in SELF magazine, Women's Health, and Girls Gone Strong.
When she’s not in the gym, you can find her watching reality TV, podcasting, and drinking all the (decaf) coffee.
Jenn Pilotti holds a B.S. in exercise science (physiology emphasis) from University of California at Davis and an M.S. in Human Movement from A.T. Still University. She has completed numerous post graduate courses in psychology, stress, pain science, journalism, and neuromuscular techniques.
She has been training clients full time, in a one on one setting since 2002, opened her first studio in 2013, and regularly teaches workshops for movement professionals on a variety of topics. She remains curious and committed to providing an enriched learning experience to both clients and professionals. In her spare time, she writes books on movement, lifts weights, runs, and pole dances.
Refund Policy: Please purchase mindfully. There are no refunds for this master class.