Adam Quang Progressive Yoga
Creating a precision machine to meet your inner state of nothingness.

Using the Progressive Yoga principles to building body strength and flexibility. You’ll cut your workout in half.

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A product of Adam Quang’s 23 years of teaching experience and *HIIT research. The combination of intensity and frequency, together with powerful flow, will sculpt your body into a precision machine. Testing your endurance and pushing your mind and body to the limit, you will de-stress, allowing you to reach your inner state of nothingness and meet yourself.


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Adam Quang’s a creator of Progressive yoga, a registered yoga instructor with the Yoga Alliance E-RYT 500 Master level certification, the author of Secret Journal of a Yogi, helps bring more happiness into your life through wellness and art, since 1994.


📹 Adam Quang Progressive Yoga: Student testimonial


When: Thursday
Time: 5:30pm – 6:30pm
Where: WynnFitness : Downtown l 98 The Esplanade.
Since 2017 (Drop-ins are always welcome)


The objective for Adam Quang’s created Progressive yoga is to prevent injury.

He was personally injured over most of his body in his earlier years of yoga practice, so he works one-to-one to overcome previous yoga injuries for his clients. Adam Quang’s uses his 23 years’ [*Group fitness] teaching experience to create Progressive Yoga interval flow on *HIIT training technique and scientific research. Adam Quang’s created Progressive yoga is a program that can warm up the body joints, tendons and muscles. As the flow progresses, it builds strength, anaerobic endurance and cardio in a short amount of time. Cutting your workout in half the time, it produces the same results of low-intensity longer-duration workout sessions [2013 study in the Journal of Physiology].


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Studies show that 15 minutes of high intensity interval training burns more calories than jogging on a treadmill for an hour. Effective energy use – HIIT uses a system of work-hard-then-recovery intervals, alternating between high intensity workouts with short resting periods.

I have practiced yoga since the early 90s, it can get dull and boring and I might lose interest in the practice. Progressive Yoga can evolve and change, giving much greater enjoyment of continuous vigorous-intensity. This way I’m more likely to stick with it.

*Adam Quang Group Fitness Experiences: bodyFit, CardioFit, BodyArt, Strength, Pilate, Yoga, Taichi, Meditation and personal fitness training.
*HIIT: high-intensity interval training—alternating periods of short, intense anaerobic exercise with less intense recovery periods—and they’ve been reaping the rewards


Benefits of interval workouts, backed by science

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You’ll keep burning calories for hours
“HIIT burns more calories during and after a workout than continuous aerobic training,” says exercise physiologist and athletic trainer Scott Weiss, C.S.C.S. “The bursts of increased intensity simply increase the caloric expenditure, thus, more total calories are burned aiding in better body composition.” Even more: You burn more calories for about two hours after exercise, adding to the greater caloric fire, he explains. Exercise post oxygen consumption is the body’s natural ability to return to homeostasis after exercise. “With HIIT, the total calories burned is greater in EPOC than with continuous exercise.”

It’s great for your heart
Flexibility isn’t just important when it comes to touching your toes. “HIIT increases the flexibility and elasticity of arteries and veins better than continuous aerobic exercise,” says Weiss. “Because of the increased pressure demand of HIIT, the vessels actually get a workout as well.” One study that looked at people with coronary artery disease found that high-intensity interval training was not only safe—but better tolerated than a more moderate level workout.[Centre ÉPIC de l’Institut de Cardiologie de Montréal]

You’re more likely to stick to it
“HIIT is more enjoyable than low-intensity steady-state exercise,” says Tom Holland, M.S., C.S.C.S., C.I.S.S.N., an exercise physiologist. Science backs this up. One studyfound that people reported much greater enjoyment of HIIT over continuous vigorous-intensity exercise and continuous moderate-intensity exercise. But beyond getting a kick out of your workout, you’ll also be more likely to stick to a workout you love, Holland says.

Boost your endurance
A study in PLoS ONE found that just one minute of high-intensity work on an otherwise not-so-hard workout can boost your endurance and your overall health, seen through measures like improved blood pressure and higher counts of mitochondria, which helps fuel your body and brain. And that improved endurance will carry over to your more moderate-intensity runs, rides, and other workouts.

Three Minutes of All-Out Intermittent Exercise per Week Increases Skeletal Muscle Oxidative Capacity and Improves Cardiometabolic Health / McMaster University

It can amp your VO2 max
You might not think that one workout can do a whole heck of a lot, but if you’re doing HIIT it can. In fact, one study of people with type 2 diabetes had subjects either continuously walk (moderate intensity) or interval walk (at low and high intensities) for an hour five times a week for four months. The results: VO2 max increased in the interval-walking group (but no changes were seen in the continuous-walking group). Body mass and fat mass decreased in the interval-walking group only, and they also had better glycemic control. “It can lower glucose levels in diabetics, even a single session,” says Holland.

The effects of free-living interval-walking training on glycemic control, body composition, and physical fitness in type 2 diabetic patients / NCT01234155.

You’ll cut your workout in half
We know: You already know these workouts are more efficient than any other kind. But there’s science to back up just how crazy-efficient they are. “You can get the same, if not greater, results in half the time of low-intensity longer-duration workout sessions,” says Holland, citing a 2013 study in the Journal of Physiology. That study found that sedentary men who did 40 to 60 minutes of cycling at 65% of their max five times a week and those who did sprint interval training for less than 12 minutes each time three times a week saw similar results, including reduced aortic stiffness and increased insulin sensitivity.

Sprint interval and endurance training are equally effective in increasing muscle microvascular density and eNOS content in sedentary males. / University of Birmingham. UK

Switching it up gets you similar results
A recent study in The Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research found that there’s more to HIIT than sprinting it out. Researchers found that people who did cycling intervals and people who did intervals of moves like burpees saw similar results in terms of VO2 max and heart rate. Even more: Folks in the study rated the burpees as easier than the cycling, even though the reaped benefits were similar.

Comparison of Responses to Two High-Intensity Intermittent Exercise Protocols / University of Georgia

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