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This class blends traditional yoga moves with heart-pumping high-intensity interval training (HIIT). Add dumbbells and you’ve got a flow that will leave you feeling strong and blissed out.

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What to Expect

You’ll move mindfully through challenging sequences of yoga poses including upward- and downward-facing dog and warrior, as well as strength moves such as overhead presses, pushups, squats and burpees. Moves can be modified for your fitness level. This class is set to energizing music; some studios are heated.

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CARDIO

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FLEXIBILITY

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STRENGTH

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EQUIPMENT USED

Dumbbells, Mat

WHAT TO BRING

Water, Towel, heart-rate Monitor (optional)

CLASS LENGTH

Up to 60 minutes

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Why it Works

Warrior Sculpt combines the metabolic conditioning benefits of HIIT-style workouts with the mindfulness benefits of yoga, helping you build strength, awareness and cardio-respiratory fitness.

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