Yes I know it’s an ultra short video, but any content is great, non?
I think that Tracy taking the time to record these videos for reimagine was a really nice thing to do. Although I personally haven’t experienced not being connected to myself, I’ve heard that a lot of people experience it when they’re unwell, their hormones are changing or they’re pregnant/have just had a baby. This is full of lots nice stretches and it doesn’t really feel like a workout, except maybe in your arms. In one of the moves the move isn’t quite the same on both sides- she misses the dip and the reps aren’t the same for a few of the moves either.
Granted it’s very short but as the camera pans to the right you can spy a Tracy Anderson trainer taking a client through an arm series and as a bonus we also get to enjoy Petra’s dancing and the great All That She Wants remix- there is so much great music that Tracy’s playlists have introduced me to! By the way Petra is an amazing fitness inspiration; she’s the former CEO of Bikram Yoga, which she regularly practices along with the Tracy Anderson Method- check out her instagram for her in studio workouts and lots of fitspo.
This is exactly what it says on the tin- 22 push ups! Although she actually only does 21 in this video. It’s pretty hard, I only managed 15 before I had to take a break and at this point I was behind Tracy’s pace already (FYI I used to do 30 regularly, I’m out of practice!). Good on Tracy for being able to perform those push ups with such great form and strength, goes to show that even if you’re using low weights and not doing traditional arm exercises that you can still be strong.
I really like this move as we’re not used to seeing Tracy incorporating standing leg moves with weights; weights while doing leg work on the floor yes, but not standing and actually standing leg work especially without a chair is quite novel in itself from Tracy. I love that to perform this move you need to balance yourself.
I really love these clips from Tracy’s interview on powerwomenTV, looking forward to hopefully some more in the future.