What workouts are available on Ten On Demand?
You’ll find a range of On-Demand workouts, from Reformer, Mat and Dynamic Bodyweight Pilates to strength and conditioning and KinStretch sessions. Workouts are available in a choice of time lengths to help you find the right session for you. Gold memberships also include access to all our past LiveStreamed classes – again, including everything from Mat and Dynamic Bodyweight Pilates to HiiT, Yoga mobility and Strength & Conditioning workouts. You can see the full list on the home page of the Ten On Demand site.
How is Ten On Demand different to a Ten studio class?
Ten On Demand sessions have been specially recorded so that you can access them wherever you are, whenever suits you.
While you obviously can’t interact directly with the trainer as you would in a Studio class, we’ve tried to replicate the Studio experience as much as possible. The classes are filmed in one of our Studios and are taught by Ten’s expert trainers. As we do in class, we set out to create safe, enjoyable and effective workouts. So we focus on, technique, form, control and quality of movement, and you’ll find plenty of exercise and postural cueing tips plus progressions and regressions, so that you can work at the pace and to the level that best suits you.
Do I need to be fit for Ten On Demand?
Not necessarily. Classes are listed by level of difficult and many of our workouts are suitable for beginners or for people recovering from injury or who haven’t exercised in a while. So if that’s you, look out for our Beginners and All levels classes.
If you are a regular exerciser, and familiar with the style of exercise, we also offer Intermediate and Advanced workouts.
I am pregnant. Which workouts are suitable for me?
You should only take part in a workout specifically listed as Prenatal, and you should seek advice from a suitable qualified medical professional to obtain confirmation that is safe for you to take part before participating.
I have an Injury – or am recovering from one – is Ten On Demand suitable for me?
Unfortunately, there’s no single – or simple – answer to this question. It would depend on the type and severity of the injury and the choice and level of workout.
When you take part in any online classes, you do so at your own risk. So if you have any pre-existing medical conditions or injuries that may affect your ability to take part in online classes, you should seek medical advice and obtain confirmation that is safe for you to do so before participating. Please note that. Ten Health & Fitness is not liable for any injury or harm sustained as a direct result of the session.