50 Minutes Intermediate Art Gallery

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By Fayth Caruso

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“Check out the wonderful art around me!”

This workout is a full length 50 minute intermediate be360 workout. Work on cardio, balance, flexibility, and finish with a relaxing recovery at the end. All set in an art gallery in Evanston Chicago.

  • Duration: 51 mins
  • Bounces: 1677
  • Calories: 275
  • Level: 6

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This workout is a full length 50 minute intermediate be360 workout. Work on cardio, balance, flexibility, and finish with a relaxing recovery at the end. All set in an art gallery in Evanston Chicago.

Great workout- Thank you Faith!

Really relaxing video. Not very strenuous but covers most body parts. As usual Fayth is amazing. So easy to follow. 

[:01:][:01:][:01:][:01:] Super !

Thank you Faith for this video (and your other ones).
I didn't feel well today (neck problems again and headache) but still wanted to do a little workout to go on with weight control. This video was awesome because it was a little bit of sport, but in a very moderate way and a lot of loosing up and relaxation.
I'll keep this video as my favorite for the "bad days"

Great workout

Love this workout!

I love this video, thank you so much. I feel great.

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