Advanced Challenge Mat December 29, 2011 Advanced Challenge Mat Alisa Wyatt Level Advanced Tempo Fast Watch the preview Log in or subscribe now to get full access to this video. Username Password Remember Me Forgot Password Follow Alisa as she works out with a pair of strong and flexible students in this advanced Mat session. You'll finish in time for a leisurely shower, which you will definitely need :). Share this class: Other classes you might like Romana’s Mat Kathi Ross Nash 50:22 | Fast | Advanced The Original Mat Jay Grimes 32:00 | Fast | Advanced Alisa’s Reformer on the Mat Alisa Wyatt 46:00 | Fast | Advanced What Others Are Saying 8 Comments Pilatessummer79 3 years ago Log in to reply. Fun Fun! Thank you Alisa!!! rshall 7 years ago Log in to reply. Great classical advanced mat! You almost never see the one-legged push-ups. I also love Boomerang. I’d love it if you could add control balance, snake/twist, star, though maybe that is in a 40-minute workout? Author Alisa Wyatt 7 years ago Log in to reply. Boomerang is my favorite exercise so you will definitely find it in a bunch of my more advanced mat classes. I’m pretty sure this one has everything you are looking for, and it’s a killer! Have fun: https://pilatesology.com/classes/blast-from-the-past-mat/ sheilamcgregor 8 years ago Log in to reply. Great class in a 30 minute time frame – good one before breakfast! Thx Alisa! Author Alisa Wyatt 8 years ago Log in to reply. Yeah! And a fun fyi–I read a study that says exercise before breakfast supercharges your day. Bonus! aubyn 9 years ago Log in to reply. sidekicks are my favorite. I look forward to them every workout! I love doing the three like you do in your advanced video! abarzdukas 9 years ago Log in to reply. I think you don’t like sidekicks very much 🙂 Alisa Wyatt 9 years ago Log in to reply. Hee hee! Two thoughts on this–I actually love sidekicks but didn’t know what to do with the battery pack for my mic in this video so when I got to the side it was on, I just got up. I’m sure I was lopsided afterward! Second thought, Jay always tells us not to teach more than 2 or 3 sidekick variations at a time, because that’s all that Joe did. Romana sometimes taught more than 3 but only if you needed some work on that area :). Leave a reply Click here to cancel the replyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Don't subscribe All Replies to my comments Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.