Quick Time Reformer

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Join Kathi for a high intensity Reformer ride that takes you through the entire Intermediate repertoire in 34 minutes. It’s a maximum workout for when you have minimum time! Kathi uses fun and time-saving variations that will limit apparatus changes while melting your abs. SPRING NOTE: This workout begins on 4 springs. For info on training with Kathi visit: KathiRossNash.com.

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19 Comments

  1. Meljude
    Meljude 9 months ago

    Kathy you are the bomb!!!

  2. Daniel Ostrov
    Daniel Ostrov 11 months ago

    Kathi, exceptional workout. I appreciate how you verbalize explicit instructions and techniques throughout each detail of the workout. It translates very well to video as I follow along at home.

  3. Lucia_Zamudio 4 years ago

    I like your rutine a lot ! magnific way to smooth into the transition, great fluidity, like it, kathi when are you coming to mexico to give a class? =)
    Thanks for a great class

  4. AHORRY 4 years ago

    Awesome awesome awesome!! Beautiful Kathi xxx

  5. Lauren Sugars 4 years ago

    I wish they mentioned the number/color of the springs and listed the equipment you will need before the workout

  6. Luz Alejandra Lovern

    Kathi, what a wonderful work! Big thanks.
    The flow, the energies, the way that you are teaching is unique! The pure Contrology in motion!
    “Quick time Reformer” is challenging, fun and is helping myself to bring back balance and inner strength. And for sure I will try with my clients. Thanks and greeting from Qatar.

  7. Sabrinak 5 years ago

    Thanks! What prompted you to do the short box series on the long box? Just a different way for that day, or another reason?

    • Kathi Ross Nash Author

      Great question! More pelvic stability and then to do abdominal series

      • Sabrinak 5 years ago

        Makes sense–thank you! For sure the long box provides that same boost in pelvic stability in the ab series, too!

  8. Mary
    Mary 5 years ago

    Kathi – can you explain “why” the teaser with the footbar up? Interesting variation – I don’t think I’ve seen before – and was wondering where this came from and when you would use this vs. the more traditional.

    • Kathi Ross Nash Author

      The use of the footbar is only to break down the action of the teaser. It is the same as if the teacher was holding the feet of the student- as Romana did. This just is a tool to give the student more independence when working alone as many of us do.

  9. Ynowak 5 years ago

    I was not familiar with the front split done with the back heel half lifted against the shoulder block. It did look like a good challenge to the balance!

  10. ladyjane 5 years ago

    Absolutly fabulous!!

  11. Linda 5 years ago

    Perfect post Thanksgiving treat!! This is a favorite for days with little time but getting the most benefit. Many, many thanks!

  12. joesmat 5 years ago

    Like how you can use the thread to do most of these exercises on my mat with a weighted bar! Great innovative variations.
    As a home practitioner, I don’t have the luxury of the sliding carriage, pulleys and straps to help!
    Great mat practice material.

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