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Tracy Anderson Biography
Tracy Anderson is an American fitness entrepreneur and author best known for her Tracy Anderson Method and for having various celebrity clients.
Tracy Anderson Age
Anderson was born on 3 March 1975 in Noblesville, Indiana, United States. He is 44 years old as of 2019
Tracy Anderson Family
She is the daughter of Diana Ephlin, a dance instructor. Her father is not known. It is also not known `whether she has siblings or not
Tracy Anderson Husband(s)
She has been married twice. She first married basketball player Eric Anderson. The couple married in 1998 and has a son Sam Anderson. They divorced in 2008. She is married to Matthew Mogol. The couple married on September 27, 2011, in Big Sur, California.
The couple has a daughter Penelope Mogol, they divorce in 2013. She began dating fund manager Nicholas Riley in 2016 and announced their engagement on Instagram in early 2018. In April 2018, it was reported that Riley had called off their engagement.
Tracy Anderson Metamorphosis
The revolutionary Metamorphosis by Tracy program is the at-home translation of the Tracy Anderson Method: It’s the perfect solution for devotees who do not live near a Tracy Anderson studio. Through this intensive DVD series, you will defy your genetics and completely transform your body by doing the same workouts that are created for clients in the studios.
And like in the studio, the routines change completely every 10 days to ensure that the accessory muscles are consistently challenged and that you never plateau. While the Tracy Anderson Method is far from easy, it’s wildly effective and efficient—and that’s as it should be. This program is one where the effort is commensurate with the results, where there are no empty promises. If you follow Tracy’s lead, she will give you a body you never believed you could have.
Once you have completed Metamorphosis, you can enroll in Continuity, which ensures that your muscular structure workout will continue to evolve every 10 days.
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Tracy Anderson Streaming
I Tried Tracy Anderson’s Streaming Workouts For 2 Weeks — Here Are My Thoughts.
As you may have heard by now, celebrity fitness trainer Tracy Anderson is offering her dance-inspired workouts — as well as her signature muscular structure toning techniques — to the masses. By live-streaming her in-studio classes, you can essentially feel as if you are one of the class participants while actually exercising in your own home.
The idea is to combine a dance cardio segment (30 minutes each) with a muscular structure segment. (These are offered in beginner, intermediate, and advanced variations). With her toning segments, she aims to target smaller muscles that other forms of exercise fail to hit. New muscular structure segments for each level are made available to subscribers every Wednesday to help prevent plateaus.
It’s honestly quite difficult to describe what her workouts entail but a mix of dance, barre, and pilates mostly gets the point across. In short, it’s truly unique — so I was intrigued. Upon discovering that a free two-week trial was being offered, I signed up.
The order in which I did the workouts was a cardio segment first, followed by a muscular structure video. For those without any dance background, you will certainly feel as if you are all over the place during the dance segments and are unable to keep up at times.
Although I did the same dance segment probably about five times within the two weeks before trying other ones, it didn’t get drastically easier to keep up. With that being said, I would imagine that if you had the subscription, you could definitely pick a few and really learn those dances, but I was attempting to get an overview of all the content in only two weeks.
Another observation I had about the dance cardio was the intensity, which quite honestly given all the hype around Tracy Anderson, I expected to be higher. As an avid runner and cyclist, I didn’t feel particularly breathless during the dance videos. Again, if you really knew the dances, this may be different as you’d be able to put your whole body into the movements versus just trying to keep up and anticipate what’s coming next. Even so, I can’t imagine those ever being as challenging of cardio workouts as running or cycling. However, I will concede that they are much more fun and unexpected!Tracy Anderson Photo
After dancing, I would begin the muscular structure work. Being relatively fit but not necessarily skilled in this particular style of workout, I chose the intermediate level. The intermediate level is one hour while the advanced level ranges anywhere from one hour to 90 minutes, and the beginner level clocks in at 30 minutes. The muscular structure segments are where Tracy and her team of trainers really shine.
To kick off the toning, there are both an unweighted and a weighted arms segment (you should have three-pound dumbbells as well as ankle weights for the muscular structure work). Then, you will go down to the floor and proceed to perform a LOT (and I mean, a lot!) of exercises on each side of your lower body.
I have never felt my glutes like that, despite over eight years of tough workouts. Be aware that many of her moves are incredibly complex (i.e. not your usual fire hydrant glute lift) so don’t be overly discouraged if you don’t grasp everything immediately or if you have to move a little slower than the people on your screen!