Don’t fret if your favorite gym or boutique fitness studio is temporarily closed. Forget quarantine, we are going to quartan-train with Jane DO’s streaming services. Jane DO’s total body workouts build strength, confidence and power. We visited their Flatiron studio last year, and are excited to share their streaming services with you.
For years, we have worked out daily with a mix of cardio sessions and fitness classes. Social distancing, Covid-19 concerns, gym closures and shelter-in orders have forced us to rethink our fitness strategy and goals. Recently, we have been working out with online streaming classes, running outside and using the elliptical.
Jane DO was created by Jacey Lambros and Danielle DeAngelo in 2015. These former Radio City Rockettes created a space for women to workout with confidence. They have four locations in New Jersey and one in New York City.
Jane DO’s streaming app features a variety of energy driven workouts. The app offers 5 types classes that range from 15-60 minutes. Each series starts with a stretch to warm up the body and reduce the risk of injuries.
GET LIFTED resistance training with body weight exercises.
DANCE YOUR A** OFF high and low impact sport and dance routines fused with strength training increments. No prior dance experience is required.
TRAIN JANE high intensity interval training (HIIT) with steady state cardio.
STEP IT UP low and high impact routines with strength and conditioning exercises.
TRAMP STAMP trampoline bounces you into shape with a low impact workout that firms and tones your entire body.
We tested out the Train Jane series. We performed several HIIT exercises to increase our heart rates.
We also performed many bodyweight exercises to increase our strength, build muscle, boost cardiovascular fitness and burn fat. Many of these exercises are body weight workouts.
We also lifted weights to increase our strength and build lean muscle.
We also tested out the Tramp Stamp class. We have worked out on trampolines at our local gym for years. In 2014, we helped our Urban Rebounding teacher break the Guinness World Record for the largest number of people simultaneously working out on trampolines. We were able to take home our trampolines. This is a high intensity cardio workout that doesn’t put a lot of stress on muscles or joints. The basic move is throwing a temper tantrum on the trampoline.
Social distancing and home confinement may tempt you to sit back, relax on your couch and binge watch Netflix. Instead, we encourage you quaren-train with Jane DO’s app. You can use the code TWINS to save 50% off your first month and get a free first week.
Focus on the weights you lift, not the weight you lose.Anonymous