Flow and Bounce



A balanced workout with with a moderate amount of cardio and plenty of stretching. Performed outdoors next to “The Bean” in Chicago’s Millennium Park.

Nice. I used this as a warm down from a more active cardio workout and it felt really good. Can also use it as a warm-up as well. Thanks, Jeremy!

Please add a voice over with the vocal cues! It made it very difficult to have good alignment for the beginning portion and it was hard for the ab series as well, because I had to strain my neck to see if you moved to a new movement. I get that you want it to have flow but you cant have that if you don't know what the next move is. 

Awesome workout! Thanks

As Dee it was a pity to not have vocal cues , usually I can't watch the video during exercice and it added difficulty, otherwise so easy!

Love everything Jeremy does, however today during the flow segments cuing is important so you are not straining your neck to look at the TV
defeats the purpose of the flow.  Still enjoyed though.

Realized you weren't cueing for change of  warm up stretches and got on track...kinda liked the silence, not knew to this so could anticipate what and how long, etc...loved the change up in the bounces. Will do it again! Thanks, Jeremy!

At fist I was "Where are the verbal clues, I was cat/cowing for a long time -- and then I realized when I was just watching..."Hey this is different --- this is a bit more flow.  Cool!" I will use this again for sure!

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