Guest Trainer: Jeremy Walton
Achieve a balanced mental and physical performance by adding yoga to your workouts
Add a dose of mindfulness to your fitness routine with our newest guest trainer, Jeremy Walton. The Chicago native combines yoga with strength, cardio, and conditioning to achieve a balanced mental and physical performance. Jeremy’s classes aren’t your typical yoga experience; it’s beginner-friendly with a focus on body parts that are consistently tight like the hips, back, hamstrings, quads, and shoulders. “My goal is simple,” he says. “I want to expose those who come from a strength-training background or something more athletic-based to use yoga as a way to restore and recharge their body.”
- Sweat + Flow: A workout blending yoga + strength
- Train + Flow: A workout blending yoga + cardio
- Core + Conditioning: A workout blending cardio conditioning with abdominal-focused work
Jeremy's class collection is now live. Click here to choose a workout.
Jeremy Walton is a mindful performance coach. His career began as a personal trainer in 2001, at the same time he was introduced to yoga and meditation. Over the last 20 years he has worked to design and develop a balanced mental and physical performance system he calls WALTON METHOD. This practice is built on a foundation of meditation and physical training. The goal of this practice is to elevate the mindset and achievement of every single professional, parent, and athlete.
What’s your favorite way to sweat? Calisthenics, Jump rope, and a yoga flow
What is your go-to hype song? Kendrick Lamar Count Me Out
What are three words to describe your energy? Inclusive, Inspiring, Elevating
When you are working out, how do you find that extra bit of effort? I remember that the blood in my veins has those who have lived and died so I can be here, show some respect.
What’s the one book that changed your life? The Autobiography of Malcolm X
What is your favorite quote? "If it is worth doing, it is worth doing well, If it is worth having, it is worth waiting for. If it is worth attaining, it is worth fighting for. If it is worth experiencing, it is worth putting aside time for." – Oscar Wilde
What hobbies do you enjoy outside of exercise? Reading, Movies, Live music
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