FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
WHERE CAN I SIGN UP FOR YOUR WORKOUTS?
CAN I CANCEL AT ANY TIME?
Yes, you can cancel your subscription at any time.
IF I CAN ONLY BUY ONE OR TWO PROPS TO START, WHICH ONES SHOULD I BUY?
Although I love all the props we use on the site, I would suggest starting your equipment collection with the Pilates ball and a set of resistance bands (the first two items on The Prop Shop).
WHAT LEVEL SHOULD I START IN?
This method of training is meant to be progressive. If you are new to working out, rehabbing from an injury, or post natal, I would recommend starting with The Fundamentals section. For everyone else, I recommend starting in Level 1 and progressively making your way to Level 2.
ARE THERE PRE/ POST NATAL OPTIONS?
I have an entire category dedicated to Post Natal workouts (which is also great for beginners). If you are currently pregnant, you can search the phrase "prenatal" on the KORE | KINECT site for all of the available, safe for pregnancy workouts.
HOW OFTEN SHOULD I BE WORKING OUT?
I recommend trying to create a habit of moving your body every day, whether that's for 10 minutes or 1 hour. Try incorporating 3-5 workouts from the site each week and 1-2 of the recovery videos. On the days you can't get a workout in, go for a walk to help stretch and mobilize the hips and pelvis. For an easy to follow program, I created a sample 28 day calendar posted on KORE | KINECT.
WHAT ABOUT CARDIO?
My method of training is a form of anearobic interval training, meaning we work hard for a few minutes to activate our muscles and get our heart rate up and then take a moment to rest and reset. This is the best form of cardio for weight loss and lean muscle building, because the body reacts well to short bursts of stress, rather than chronic stress. For this reason, I do not reccommend much steady state cardio. Walking is great, but try to avoid activites like long distance running or cycling that will likely increase cortisol levels and inflammation in the body. If you insist on doing this type of aerobic training, try holding off for the first month when beginning this program, and once your form and body mechanics improve, you can start slowly adding it back into your routine.