Flow and Bounce



Jeremy Sonkins

A balanced workout with with a moderate amount of cardio and plenty of stretching. Performed outdoors next to “The Bean” in Chicago’s Millennium Park.

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Liked this one especially, wish you had more of these outdoor locations!

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Jennifer Maeve

i like this sequence to incorporate into a 50 min workout

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Bounce Babe

Disappointed!  The workout itself was great.  But there were no vocal cues until the last 10 seconds (weird).  Throughout the entire portion cat/cow, extending arm and leg, downward dog, and anything where you should be facing the floor in order to keep proper neck alignment, there were no cues to tell you what move he is doing or when he is switching moves.  Therefore, my head was turned up at the computer (poor neck alignment) the entire time.  Good form was impossible on this one except when bouncing because you had to keep looking at the screen to see when he was switching moves.  This was a total shock to me as both Jeremy and Faythe usually give good verbal/form cues.  [:10:]

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Jen Webster

I don't like that he didn't talk at all. 

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Sherry Shrimpton

I love that he did not was awsome!!!

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Nancy Walker

Awful workout if you're not watching the screen...

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How about watching at first video and than repeating exercises to avoid bad neck alignement?!

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Anne Bastien

That's a perfect full body workout.... and perfect moves when being a little lazy ;-)
Merci Jeremy :-)

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This video really needed vocal cues - especially when he's doing the mat moves. Disrupts the flow of the video to have to keep looking up to check what he's doing next or if he's moved on to the next move. Also, the medium shots need to go. It's nice to see Jeremy's smiling face from the waist up but they were held too long and we had to guess what he was doing with his feet.

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