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denoting a quality or state of being, the ness is an intimate experience where fit [ness] meets your [ness]
the workout method is anything but ordinary. offering bounce, a beat based trampoline class that will challenge you both mentally and physically and sculpt, the perfect complement to bounce that will leave you strong, lean, balanced and focused. like an effervescent private session with your friends, trainers take off their hats and join you in sweating through an effective and engaging class. new content is dropped every monday morning and added on to the existing library. a variety of 10, 20, 30 and 45 minute sessions are currently available on demand
no trampoline? no problem. we have a diverse library of sculpt classes that do not use the trampoline.
the following equipment is suggested for use:
- light weights 2 - 4lbs
- wrist weights 1 - 2lbs
- a small dish towel or gliders
- trampoline - we recommend the ness trampoline powered by jumpsport
every subscription includes a complimentary 20 minute online consultation! our team will set you up with proper bounce and sculpt form, answer any questions you might have about your goals and help you choose your first few videos to get started. copy the below link into a new window or click the navigation at the top of the page to schedule.
not ready to commit to a subscription? we also have a handful of classes available for shorter weekly rentals.
is there an easier way to keep track of classes by teacher or "weekly plan"? I have a hard time searching through all the vids. does anyone have tips?
That's totally understandable - there are a lot of videos! Depending on what you're looking for there are a couple ways you can do this. If you're looking to follow the weekly plan, you can always click the ness logo in the top left corner of the platform. That will bring you back to the basic home screen and the weekly plan is always featured there (either as the first or second collection). If you want to search by teacher, the best way to do that is just use the search tool at the top. It will pull up all the videos available for the instructor that you searched. One thing that I find super helpful is adding videos that I want to do to "My List". That way you can save things the ones you're interested in in one place for you to always reference.
I hope this helps! Let us know if you have any other questions!