Body Wake up

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By Jeremy Sonkins

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Description

“Quick and feel good workout.”

This reenergizing workout offers you the opportunity to wake your body up, not only in the morning, but if you need a quick boost for yourself in a small gap of your daily routine.

  • Duration: 14 mins
  • Bounces: 1165
  • Calories: 66
  • Level: 7

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Jeremy Sonkins

This reenergizing workout offers you the opportunity to wake your body up, not only in the morning, but if you need a quick boost for yourself in a small gap of your daily routine.

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Annette lockhart

Nice start for the day

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Jennifer Maeve

this is a nice sequence for class

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andrea

So Good!! thank you

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Fotini Poimenidi

Prefer to start the day indeed! I think this will be the way I start my daily morning routine. Thanks![:01:]

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Bounce Babe

I did this one after work and it was perfect.  i didn't have much time; so it was perfect to get a little bouncing in before dinner![:01:]

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Deborah Morgan

Thanks for this, perfect for a wake up before shower, and work.
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Anne Bastien

This workout is just perfect to wake me up but it should be rated level 5, not 7. 
I then do the "big bounce" workout from Jeremy. 
Jeremy, I love the calm and simple way you have to train us!!! 

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Anne Bastien

I just love this one for a nice morning wake up. Jeremy you are so calm which is very pleasant to start my day :-)  MERCI!!!

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michelle kessler

II LOVE this workout....Thank you fro giving it a high rating....this makes me feel very, very good about myself. Jeremy
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Anne Bastien

That one is perfect for the "lazy" days, nice and simple with soft music

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