Hi!! Thank you for all your questions & comments.
1) Bounce HIIT will always be done in a traditional coaching style, the instructor will usually do/show the first round of work with you and be cueing and assessing the room for the rest. As almost all of our streamed classes are happening in real time. With my pregnancy I’ve had to take things a little easier than normal but I’ll be back to my normal teaching style very soon!
2) We are hoping to add Dance Cardio to streaming in the future and Barre as well. As of now, we do not have a date for when this will happen but will be sure to update our streamers via the email newsletter & on instagram as well!
3) We have some quickie classes that will all be under 20 minutes long, with a focused goal/ muscle group. We will be adding more & more of these as we go!
4) Our team is in the process of updating all the descriptions to make it easier to know what equipment is used ahead of time. That being said, you’re always welcome to up the weight to 5lbs or 7lbs for arms as long as you take it at a slower pace. We bounce with ankle weights a lot too; so you’re welcome to add those as you get more comfortable on the trampoline. I’d never suggest anything heavier than 3-4 lbs, as technique can become less correct as you fatigue, which can cause an injury.
Bounce 1 is designed to introduce our form and method to the bouncer; also allow you to acquaint yourself with the equipment. We suggest always taking a Bounce 1, 2-3 times a month so that you’re always executing correct form and remembering the basics.
Bounce 1.5 introduces you to sequences and faster bpms than our Bounce 1. While still spending time on correct form and building skill.
Bounce 2 is all about learning and perfecting the sequences and pushing yourself to use your memory to attain the ‘Bounce High” we are all so obsessed with!!
I hope this helps! Happy Bouncing!