Is your training routine becoming stale or monotonous? Do you want to try something new whilst still thoroughly working out? Do you appreciate learning new ways to move your body and become airborne? Consider Jukari if you prefer full-body workouts (just like supermodel Miranda Kerr has done), it’ll certainly add a fun dimension to your training. Curious? Then follow on for How Jukari Makes Working Out Exciting!
So, What Exactly is Jukari?
Jukari is the result of a partnership between Reebok and Cirque du Soleil. Yes, a footwear firm and a theatre group have collaborated to produce a workout programme.
Suspension, or flying through the air, is combined with a full strength and cardio training in Jukari Fit to Fly. A single piece of exercise equipment is used to create the workout.
A FlySet is the name of the piece. It’s like having a low-hanging trapeze strung from your gym’s ceiling. There’s no need to be concerned about falling injuries. Your feet would touch the ground if you hung from it by your arms. “A exercise that delivers the sense of soaring while strengthening and lengthening the body through cardio, strength, balance, and core training”, according to the Jukari Fit to Fly Workout.
The following are some of the moves:
Full Moon, Snow Angel, Frog Jump, Woodpecker, and Hanging Bicycle
Jumping, springing, flying, skipping, and sprinting are all ways to have fun while working out. It’s a lot of fun, invigorating, and hard work all at the same time.
How to Start out in Jukari
Although it might be a little more challenging to find a programme in most cities right now, you can, however, go to the Reebok website and request that Jukari be sent to your gym. The beauty of Jukari is that it does not necessitate any complex equipment.
The FlySet bars are provided by the gym. You only need to bring your excitement and energy. Wearing a suitable pair of fitness shoes and exercise attire is recommended. Jukari Fit to Fly is only the start.
Jukari Fit to Flex is a new programme that combines the use of a long scarf-like piece of fabric. Dance techniques are combined with flexibility and strength exercises in this programme.
Whether you choose Fit to Fly or Fit to Flex, they’re both visually stunning and a lot of fun to watch. Take a look at Jukari if you’re seeking for a full-body workout that will challenge your body whilst also moving your spirit. It could be the most enjoyable workout you’ve ever tried! What do you think about these aerial-style workouts? Let us know in the comments below, and feel free to join in the conversation on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram!