Three new classes are added to our library each week. We film two live classes each week, and then add them to our growing library. You can watch the class live on our Live Workouts page, or find it here after the broadcast. Every Monday at 9am PDT, we film a Reformer or other Pilates Equipment class. On Wednesday at 8am PDT, we film a Pilates Mat class. And on Friday we're not live, but we a new fitness based class to the library using tools most fitness and Pilates studios already have.
Some of the workouts are with John by himself and others are with John teaching one or more participants. You'll get tips on how to cue and correct the exercises and other teaching skills to help you become a better instructor. There are full body classes and classes that target specific areas or muscle groups of the body. The classes range from fifteen minutes to one hour and fifteen minutes.
You can browse through our library of past videos and you can also use the search function to find various class types (Fitness, Pilates, Pilates-inspired and more), various types of equipment, specific muscle groups, as well as different intensity levels.
In addition, you can download a PDF with the notes on each of our workouts. The PDF has information from the video (like equipment set up, and number of repetitions and sets), plus thumbnail photos of each exercise for quick reference.
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This Mat workout is intermediate level and uses the resistance band to add strength work for the core, arms, and legs. It can be performed as a complete workout or take sections of it and add it to any mat workout.Click here for Preview
Get ready for a fun fitness based Reformer workout. It’s a full body, balanced workout with some traditional and some creative reformer exercises.Click here for Preview
This is a challenging program. It’s great for those clients that are new to Pilates, but are fit and used to a more traditional fitness workout. It’s also a really fun variation for your traditional Pilates Clients.Click here for Preview
This dynamic Jumpboard workout uses Interval Training. This is a great workout for those who are just beginning, but also for those who want a very challenging workout without a lot of choreography.Click here for Preview
This Naked Mat workout is not what you think (most likely) - It’s a workout without props and without a ton of variations.Click here for Preview
This is an intermediate level workout designed like a traditional fitness workout. After the Footwork, complete 5 circuits with 2 or 3 exercises in each circuit.Click here for Preview
This Mat workout is a fun full body workout using props to add variety and challenge to traditional Matwork exercises performed on the Mat as well as some exercise traditionally performed on other Pilates Apparatus.Click here for Preview
This is an intermediate level workout designed like a traditional fitness workout. After the Footwork, complete 8 circuits with 2 exercises in each circuitClick here for Preview
Recently I discovered the Equalizer and knew this would be great for JGTV. It’s versatile, takes up little space, and it's really fun. Here is our first workout using the equalizer.Click here for Preview
This workout is designed to give the de-conditioned client a full body workout taking into account that they may not have exercised in a very long time, if ever.Click here for Preview
This is another sample program that shows adding a few new intermediate level exercises to a client or class. Reasons for adding the exercises are given during the workout.Click here for Preview
This workout combines Mat exercises and Arc (Small) Barrel exercises for a full body program that is intermediate level. Using the Barrel can add support or challenge, or simply variety to a Mat only program.Click here for Preview