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I just received the Echelon Reflect for Christmas. Decided to do a workout today, but the workouts, as far as I could tell, are not categorized as to levels. Is there a beginner category somewhere? The first one I clicked on was described as "killer". That quickly intimidated me and I closed out. Where do I find the descriptions for each class?

I decided to try one of the 10 minute workouts in the cardio category. Am I missing something? The instructor just launched into the workout without any type of warm up. In addition, she had weights in her hand, but never gave any suggestions on how many pounds she would recommend using. Seems like there should be a bit more guidance for those just beginning their workout journey.
 

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I just received the Echelon Reflect for Christmas. Decided to do a workout today, but the workouts, as far as I could tell, are not categorized as to levels. Is there a beginner category somewhere? The first one I clicked on was described as "killer". That quickly intimidated me and I closed out. Where do I find the descriptions for each class?

I decided to try one of the 10 minute workouts in the cardio category. Am I missing something? The instructor just launched into the workout without any type of warm up. In addition, she had weights in her hand, but never gave any suggestions on how many pounds she would recommend using. Seems like there should be a bit more guidance for those just beginning their workout journey.
Welcome @DaisyDee, you're not the only one that's noticed this with the class descriptions. Seems like it's a lot of trial and error for which class is right for you.

Class descriptions aren’t that helpful. In addition to the class descriptions I came across that seemed inaccurate, I generally found myself wanting more detail about what I could expect from a workout, like what equipment I needed, what format it would follow, and if it included warm-up and cool-down exercises.

 
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