Byron Mapp is a Certified Trainer.
Gentle Exercises (Class 1)
Keep moving and circulate blood flow with these low impact or limited mobility movements Gentle Exercises (Class 2)
In this second lesson, William Grant Still Arts Center staff, Byron Mapp, shows us low impact movements you can do with some limited mobility. This exercise does include standing up and doing squats, but many focus on upper body. Enjoy and get moving with Byron while he plays Willie Bobo’s Funky Sneakers! Gentle Exercises (Class 3)
Get your muscles moving and blood circulating, no equipment needed. Today’s safe, low impact workout with William Grant Still Arts Center staff, Byron Mapp, gets you working your shoulders, back and hips to the song Evil Ways by Willie Bobo. Just the right tempo for limited mobility and easy recovery. Gentle Exercises (Class 4)
Put on your Funky Sneakers and get that stiffness out of your shoulders and your hips with these movements. William Grant Still Arts Center staff, Byron Mapp demonstrates some smooth shoulder, upper back and hip exercises to help increase your circulation and mobility Gentle Exercises Class 5
Follow along with William Grant Still Arts Center staff, Byron Mapp goes over full body movements. The exercises are simple, low impact and perfect for those with limited mobility. Low Impact Workout – (Class 6)
William Grant Still Arts Center staff, Byron Mapp moves you through some low impact stretches and exercises for mobility and balance. Follow along with Willie Bobo’s Spanish Grease and repeat as you see fit. Low Impact Workout (Class 7)
This week, William Grant Still Arts Center staff, Byron Mapp demonstrates some seated cardio exercises as well as some conditioning for the back and hips. Follow along and repeat as needed! Low Impact Workout (Class 8)
William Grant Still Arts Center staff Byron Mapp explores Push Ups! Join him through various modifications, find the one that works for you and repeat. Low Impact Workout (Class 9)
Join William Grant Still Arts Center Staff, Byron Mapp in working your core. Keeping in mind various mobilities, round out the exercises you have learned so far by strengthening possibly your most important zone.