This program will guide you through a progression of skills to create more than just core strength – you will also develop awareness, coordination, and control throughout your whole body! The challenge format is helpful because it encourages you to focus on how you’re moving and interacting with the world around you on a daily basis, which helps create new movement patterns and connects you more strongly to yourself and others. You can do your workouts wherever you are (at home, at the gym, on vacation, at the park), and this resource includes so much more than a core routine!
Sign ups for the Core Challenge happen for specific launch times, so subscribe to our newsletter to hear about the next one!
You will receive…
You will experience…
This is a 30-day challenge that starts January 1st, with weekly on-demand core classes. While you move through the challenge, we are available to support you!
Day 1 of the challenge will be January 1st. Sign up now and start your goal setting, plan out your schedule, and watch the core clinic!
There are 4 Lessons in the Core Challenge, each approximately 60 minutes long. The first lesson opens on January 1st, then the subsequent lessons will unlock, or become available, each week on Sunday. It is important to practice the content in order, as the skills build upon themselves.
There are 5 Focus Exercises built into the Core Lessons. These are the exercises that need to be practiced in order to help you progress to the next lesson. Each day, plan on spending 5-60 minutes for daily practice; it takes an hour to do a core lesson, and 5-15 minutes to work on focus exercises. You choose what you want to do every day, depending on how much time you have and making sure to build in rest days.
As an end of challenge celebration, your coaches Becca & Kira will host a live Hybrid class. This class is an optional part of the challenge and will be Saturday January 28th at 11:30am Pacific. If you’re in Seattle, you can join us in our Ballard space, and everyone is welcome to participate via Zoom! We’ll send RSVP details for the live class as we get closer to that date.
We are here for you! Not sure if you are doing something right? Have an injury or pain and need personal modification? Email us! You will be able to ask your coaches for help with modifications and questions about exercises.
Check out a sample of what the Core Challenge Lessons look like!
We use a flexible pricing model to allow people to pay a range of prices according to their overall financial position. Our flexible pricing system was inspired by countless Black, Indigenous, and People of Color-led organizations working to undo systemic economic inequity. The chart below is based on the sliding scale programs of Both / & and Embracing Equity.
How flexible pricing works
How we use resources
We spend our time and money as a business on values-centered projects and member support! The money you pay for the challenge goes to:
Determining what to pay
You can use this chart to help decide what the right price is for you. Everyone’s financial situation is informed by the interactions between income, wealth, debt, and varying costs of basic living expenses. Consider where you fall in each of the categories presented to determine your overall financial position.
This chart is offered solely as a guide to help you decide the rate that’s best for you. It’s impossible to capture everything, which means you may have specific circumstances that aren’t reflected here. Please contact us if you cannot afford the “Assisted” rate and we will set a price together.
|– Unemployment or underemployment compared to cost of living
– Employed marginally or in a criminalized sector (not by choice)
|Stably employed at around the median income, with ability to cover unpredicted expenses
|Stably employed above the median income, consistently have disposable income
|Family of Origin Assets / Wealth
|– Family has no/few assets or debt is more than assets
– No access to family
– Family relies on me for help with basic living expenses
|Family has assets, like a house they are paying off
|– Family has many assets, like investments or paid-off house
– I have or will inherit a wealth (eg house or money)
– Someone else paid/pays my housing or down payment
|My debt is from basic living expenses and/or is more than my yearly income
|My debt, including student loans or car loans, is about the same amount as my yearly income
|No debt or less debt than yearly income