Vector Resistance Training

Tutorials

Vector Basics

Workouts

Sport Specific

Tutorials

 

INTRO TO VECTOR

Kayezen VECTOR is a high-performance resistance training system that allows you to perform impactful and efficient workouts in the comfort of your home or wherever life takes you. The patented dial-in resistance technology provides you with anywhere from 10 to 100 pounds of resistance with the turn of the cap. And its compact design makes it easy to store and travel with as it all fits in your bag.

SETTING UP YOUR VECTOR

Seth Forman, Head of Education and Training for Kayezen Vector, takes you through a series of tutorials to provide you with everything you need to know about setting up and using your Vector. Learn how the dial-in system works, learn how to attach to different anchor points, and learn how to put on and apply your accessories.

Vector Basics

Handle Basics I - Upper Body

This workout provides a basic upper body circuit that incorporates full-body stability. This is a great upper body workout to start with because you will quickly develop the foundational stability required for the exercises and the stability to improve common daily movements. While this workout takes you through 1 set and that may be adequate if you are new to resistance training you can build this workout up to 2 - 4 sets.

Handle Basics II - Lower Body

This workout provides a basic lower body circuit that incorporates full-body stability. This is a great lower body workout to start with because you will quickly develop the foundational stability for the exercises and the stability to improve common daily movements. While this workout takes you through 1 set and that may be adequate if you are new to resistance training you can build this workout up to 2 - 4 sets.

Handle Basics III - Core

This workout is designed to take you from isolated activation in the mid-section of the body to integrated stability in a standing position, this progression is central to both coordination that decreases joint stress and increases strength in the core that helps transfer forces between the upper and lower body. While this workout takes you through 1 set and that may be adequate if you are new to resistance training you can build this workout up to 2 - 4 sets.

Handle Basics IV - Full Body

This workout is designed to focus on the upper and lower body from a variety of positions challenging the core to appropriately manage force transfer between the two. The progression of exercises takes you from focussed core to focussed lower and upper body finishing with a combination movement for lower and upper body. While this workout takes you through 1 set and that may be adequate if you are new to resistance training you can build this workout up to 2 - 4 sets.

Cinch Strap Basics I - Squats and Lunges

Simple and effective sums up this workout. Two high mileage exercises resisted for maximal results. While this workout takes you through 1 set and that may be adequate if you are new to resistance training you can build this workout up to 2 - 4 sets.

Cinch Strap Basics II - Core

This workout features 4 essential core exercises completely enhanced by the cinch strap. These familiar core exercises are taken to the next level by strategically placed resistance to develop greater stability and function. While this workout takes you through 1 set and that may be adequate if you are new to resistance training you can build this workout up to 2 - 4 sets.

Cinch Strap Basics III - Glutes

This glute focussed workout brings the burn and the functional benefits that accompany smart resistance training. The glutes control many directions of movement at the hips and this workout challenges many of those movements. While this workout takes you through 1 set and that may be adequate if you are new to resistance training you can build this workout up to 2 - 4 sets.

Torso Strap Basics I - Lower Body

This lower body workout presents a unique challenge. The torso strap places rotational resistance around the trunk and hips resulting in constant muscle recruitment to both stabilize and move through the exercises, this is a workout you need to experience to appreciate. While this workout takes you through 1 set and that may be adequate if you are new to resistance training you can build this workout up to 2 - 4 sets.

Torso Strap Basics II - Core

These exercises have become a central part of most programs for both general fitness and athletic performance. The torso strap introduces enhanced stability to these exercises in a way that strengthens the body and provides a cardio challenge as well. While this workout takes you through 1 set and that may be adequate if you are new to resistance training you can build this workout up to 2 - 4 sets.

Workouts

By coach

by Workout type

by body region

Don Saladino

Full Body Basics

This workout includes Squat, Push, Pull, and Plank. These movements are essential in daily life for sit-to-stand, reaching for a bowl or cup, transporting groceries, opening doors, and so on, these movements require multi-planar strength, and stability. This workout builds stability against rotation, and some in the frontal plane (lateral movements), meaning the resistance creates a sensory system challenge resulting in increased stability, coordination, body awareness, and core strength.

Resiliency

This workout is designed to improve stability and strength during common exercises using uncommon resistance angles. Strengthening the body’s muscular and connective tissues from a variety of angles is the key to developing injury resilience and “functional strength”. Functional strength refers to the process of transferring strength developed during training to activities you perform in daily life, such as walking up and down stairs. During sport participation it refers to improved ability to run, swing a golf club or tennis racket.

Cinch Strength

This workout checks all the boxes for full body strength with a focus on shoulder health and strength. The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body, this workout makes sure you can effectively move through important ranges of motion to develop smooth and strong shoulder movement.

Torso Strength

This workout is designed to challenge your core beyond the requirements of body weight planks. Maintaining a tight posture against a variety of resisted directions is the key to a healthy spine and good movements. This workout is perfect for building a strong and capable core to make daily activities easier and to enhance athletic performance.

5-Minute Total Body Circuit

Don’t have a lot of time? No problem, the combination of movements in this workout requires your body to work everything. When you perform exercises like this your muscles want blood and oxygen as fast as possible to keep up their ability to generate force. While this workout is short in duration, it is taxing on your muscles and your cardiovascular system. There is a lot of benefit you can gain here from this short workout.

Focused Strength for Golf

Golf is a sport that requires tremendous control, joint mobility, timing of force production, and force application in all 3 movement planes. This workout provides movements and resistance angles that help develop the coordination and fitness oriented skills required in a golf swing. Perform these exercises with the appropriate range of motion for you, with the goal of building to full ranges of motion and force output demonstrated in the workout.

Range of Motion Strength For Distance

We are all looking for that X-Factor (separation in rotation of shoulders and pelvis) to gain distance and consistency. This workout is designed to actively strengthen your X-Factor. Pay close attention to the instructions during each exercise and make significant improvements in your X-Factor by consistently doing this workout.

Constant Core For Full Round Consistency

The key for gaining distance is the "tuning" of your muscles to generate and transfer force at the point of impact. This exercise sequence is designed to help you develop maximal force from a rotational and weight shift standpoint. Perform this workout at your level and build the foundational tuning for maximal distance!

Pre-Round Activation

This quick series features exercises that activate the primary muscles for rotation and weight shift, movements that are foundational for golf, and joint ranges of motion required for optimal hip and thoracic spine rotation. Make this a part of your routine before heading to the golf course.

Torrie wilson

Concentrated Glutes

The glutes do lots of things, like help us walk, run, lower us to sit, raise us up from sitting, go up and down the stairs, throw a ball, zig-zag through a crowd, and are also involved with single leg stability, knee stability, and dynamic movement control of the hips. This workout helps with all aspects of glute function to provide a comprehensive workout to the entire glute complex. You will notice that you feel the work being done in both the resisted and non-resisted legs. You’ll love how this workout feels and the results!

Everything Upper Body

Everything upper body is no exaggeration of what this workout delivers. While there are exercises designed to target specific areas of the upper body, like the shoulders, back, chest, and arms, the angles you apply the resistance to your body forces your CORE to stabilize your posture throughout the entire workout. By activating all the different muscle fibers through the variety of resistance angles you build functional strength and resilience, while achieving the physique you are looking for.

Ultimate Upper Body

Ultimate upper body includes 8 total upper body exercises, all hitting you from different angles. While there are exercises designed to target specific areas of the upper body, like the shoulders, back, chest, and arms, the angles you apply the resistance to your body forces your CORE to stabilize your posture throughout the entire workout. By activating all the different muscle fibers through the variety of resistance angles you build functional strength and resilience, while achieving the physique you are looking for.

Targeted Glutes

This workout is designed to develop the numerous muscles that make up the “Glutes”. The glute muscles can move the hips in numerous directions, to get a solid workout targeting the glutes you need to provide resistance to those directions, and the cinch strap combined with the moves in this workout delivers exactly what your glutes need.

Capable Core

This workout is designed to challenge your core from a variety of different angles. The muscles of your core allow it to accept forces from all directions and stabilize the spine as you accomplish a task. This workout intelligently loads the core to increase multi-directional strength and leaves you feeling capable and accomplished.

Lower Body Power

This workout is designed to work both the slow twitch and fast twitch muscle fibers of the lower body. Slow twitch fibers use oxygen and produce force slowly, this is mostly what we use during common daily activities. Fast twitch fibers are anaerobic (function without oxygen) and they are activated when we move fast, such as sprinting or swinging a golf club.

Briana Masson

Pilates Core Focus

This Resisted Pilates class quickly turns on your deep core muscles by utilizing the Vector in all ranges of motion. The core focus is the perfect add on to any other workout you are doing. Use it as a warmup or after any other workout or sport you engage in.

PIlates Warm-Up For Athletes

If you have been missing the perfect warmup for your sport then this class is for you. This Resisted Pilates class gives you exactly what you need. You will open your spine and hips, engage your core and create heat in your body. Add this class into your routine and notice your improved range of motion and pain free movement.

Deepen Your Rotation

Rotation is one of the key elements to improving your sport as well as maintaining a healthy spine. In this Resisted Pilates class we use the Vector to challenge and support our backs. Rotation must always come from a place of length first and then the twist. Add this class into your routine and notice the improvement in your flexibility and strength in your back.

Pilates Core + Leg Focus

This Resisted Pilates class is all about challenging our bodies with unilateral resistance from the Vector. You must focus on maintaining a deep core connection while your arms and legs move. Stability and precision is key.

Standing Split Series - Russian Splits

This workout is Part One of our standing split series. Taking inspiration from the Pilates Reformer we use the cinch strap we turn on your glute and leg muscles. The Vector challenges your stability and encourages you to connect deeply to your core.

Sidelying Leg Series

This Resisted Pilates class is all about strengthening those small integral muscles in the hips and legs. The cinch strap gives you amazing resistance and the ability to create length in the hip and spine. If you have been suffering from any hip, knee or low back pain - add in this side kick series and notice the improvement. Briana believes the side kicks are the secret ingredient for a stronger body.

Strength

Full Body Basics

This workout includes Squat, Push, Pull, and Plank. These movements are essential in daily life for sit-to-stand, reaching for a bowl or cup, transporting groceries, opening doors, and so on, these movements require multi-planar strength, and stability. This workout builds stability against rotation, and some in the frontal plane (lateral movements), meaning the resistance creates a sensory system challenge resulting in increased stability, coordination, body awareness, and core strength.

This workout is designed to improve stability and strength during common exercises using uncommon resistance angles. Strengthening the body’s muscular and connective tissues from a variety of angles is the key to developing injury resilience and “functional strength”. Functional strength refers to the process of transferring strength developed during training to activities you perform in daily life, such as walking up and down stairs. During sport participation it refers to improved ability to run, swing a golf club or tennis racket.

Resiliency

This workout is designed to improve stability and strength during common exercises using uncommon resistance angles. Strengthening the body’s muscular and connective tissues from a variety of angles is the key to developing injury resilience and “functional strength”. Functional strength refers to the process of transferring strength developed during training to activities you perform in daily life, such as walking up and down stairs. During sport participation it refers to improved ability to run, swing a golf club or tennis racket.

Cinch Strength

This workout checks all the boxes for full body strength with a focus on shoulder health and strength. The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body, this workout makes sure you can effectively move through important ranges of motion to develop smooth and strong shoulder movement.

Torso Strength

This workout is designed to challenge your core beyond the requirements of body weight planks. Maintaining a tight posture against a variety of resisted directions is the key to a healthy spine and good movements. This workout is perfect for building a strong and capable core to make daily activities easier and to enhance athletic performance.

Concentrated Glutes

The glutes do lots of things, like help us walk, run, lower us to sit, raise us up from sitting, go up and down the stairs, throw a ball, zig-zag through a crowd, and are also involved with single leg stability, knee stability, and dynamic movement control of the hips. This workout helps with all aspects of glute function to provide a comprehensive workout to the entire glute complex. You will notice that you feel the work being done in both the resisted and non-resisted legs. You’ll love how this workout feels and the results!

Everything Upper Body

Everything upper body is no exaggeration of what this workout delivers. While there are exercises designed to target specific areas of the upper body, like the shoulders, back, chest, and arms, the angles you apply the resistance to your body forces your CORE to stabilize your posture throughout the entire workout. By activating all the different muscle fibers through the variety of resistance angles you build functional strength and resilience, while achieving the physique you are looking for.

Targeted Glutes

This workout is designed to develop the numerous muscles that make up the “Glutes”. The glute muscles can move the hips in numerous directions, to get a solid workout targeting the glutes you need to provide resistance to those directions, and the cinch strap combined with the moves in this workout delivers exactly what your glutes need.

Capable Core

This workout is designed to challenge your core from a variety of different angles. The muscles of your core allow it to accept forces from all directions and stabilize the spine as you accomplish a task. This workout intelligently loads the core to increase multi-directional strength and leaves you feeling capable and accomplished.

Ultimate Upper Body

Ultimate upper body includes 8 total upper body exercises, all hitting you from different angles. While there are exercises designed to target specific areas of the upper body, like the shoulders, back, chest, and arms, the angles you apply the resistance to your body forces your CORE to stabilize your posture throughout the entire workout. By activating all the different muscle fibers through the variety of resistance angles you build functional strength and resilience, while achieving the physique you are looking for.

HIIT

5-Minute Total Body Circuit

Don’t have a lot of time? No problem, the combination of movements in this workout requires your body to work everything. When you perform exercises like this your muscles want blood and oxygen as fast as possible to keep up their ability to generate force. While this workout is short in duration, it is taxing on your muscles and your cardiovascular system. There is a lot of benefit you can gain here from this short workout.

Lower Body Power

This workout is designed to work both the slow twitch and fast twitch muscle fibers of the lower body. Slow twitch fibers use oxygen and produce force slowly, this is mostly what we use during common daily activities. Fast twitch fibers are anaerobic (function without oxygen) and they are activated when we move fast, such as sprinting or swinging a golf club.

Pilates

Pilates Core Focus

This Resisted Pilates class quickly turns on your deep core muscles by utilizing the Vector in all ranges of motion. The core focus is the perfect add on to any other workout you are doing. Use it as a warmup or after any other workout or sport you engage in.

PIlates Warm-Up For Athletes

If you have been missing the perfect warmup for your sport then this class is for you. This Resisted Pilates class gives you exactly what you need. You will open your spine and hips, engage your core and create heat in your body. Add this class into your routine and notice your improved range of motion and pain free movement.

Deepen Your Rotation

Rotation is one of the key elements to improving your sport as well as maintaining a healthy spine. In this Resisted Pilates class we use the Vector to challenge and support our backs. Rotation must always come from a place of length first and then the twist. Add this class into your routine and notice the improvement in your flexibility and strength in your back.

Pilates Core + Leg Focus

This Resisted Pilates class is all about challenging our bodies with unilateral resistance from the Vector. You must focus on maintaining a deep core connection while your arms and legs move. Stability and precision is key.

Standing Split Series - Russian Splits

This workout is Part One of our standing split series. Taking inspiration from the Pilates Reformer we use the cinch strap we turn on your glute and leg muscles. The Vector challenges your stability and encourages you to connect deeply to your core.

Sidelying Leg Series

This Resisted Pilates class is all about strengthening those small integral muscles in the hips and legs. The cinch strap gives you amazing resistance and the ability to create length in the hip and spine. If you have been suffering from any hip, knee or low back pain - add in this side kick series and notice the improvement. Briana believes the side kicks are the secret ingredient for a stronger body.

Recovery

Full Body

Full Body Basics

This workout includes Squat, Push, Pull, and Plank. These movements are essential in daily life for sit-to-stand, reaching for a bowl or cup, transporting groceries, opening doors, and so on, these movements require multi-planar strength, and stability. This workout builds stability against rotation, and some in the frontal plane (lateral movements), meaning the resistance creates a sensory system challenge resulting in increased stability, coordination, body awareness, and core strength.

Resiliency

This workout is designed to improve stability and strength during common exercises using uncommon resistance angles. Strengthening the body’s muscular and connective tissues from a variety of angles is the key to developing injury resilience and “functional strength”. Functional strength refers to the process of transferring strength developed during training to activities you perform in daily life, such as walking up and down stairs. During sport participation it refers to improved ability to run, swing a golf club or tennis racket.

Cinch Strength

This workout checks all the boxes for full body strength with a focus on shoulder health and strength. The shoulder is the most mobile joint in the body, this workout makes sure you can effectively move through important ranges of motion to develop smooth and strong shoulder movement.

Torso Strength

This workout is designed to challenge your core beyond the requirements of body weight planks. Maintaining a tight posture against a variety of resisted directions is the key to a healthy spine and good movements. This workout is perfect for building a strong and capable core to make daily activities easier and to enhance athletic performance.

5-Minute Total Body Circuit

Don’t have a lot of time? No problem, the combination of movements in this workout requires your body to work everything. When you perform exercises like this your muscles want blood and oxygen as fast as possible to keep up their ability to generate force. While this workout is short in duration, it is taxing on your muscles and your cardiovascular system. There is a lot of benefit you can gain here from this short workout.

Handle Basics IV - Full Body

This workout is designed to focus on the upper and lower body from a variety of positions challenging the core to appropriately manage force transfer between the two. The progression of exercises takes you from focussed core to focussed lower and upper body finishing with a combination movement for lower and upper body. While this workout takes you through 1 set and that may be adequate if you are new to resistance training you can build this workout up to 2 - 4 sets.

Upper Body

Handle Basics I - Upper Body

This workout provides a basic upper body circuit that incorporates full-body stability. This is a great upper body workout to start with because you will quickly develop the foundational stability required for the exercises and the stability to improve common daily movements. While this workout takes you through 1 set and that may be adequate if you are new to resistance training you can build this workout up to 2 - 4 sets.

Everything Upper Body

Ultimate upper body includes 8 total upper body exercises, all hitting you from different angles. While there are exercises designed to target specific areas of the upper body, like the shoulders, back, chest, and arms, the angles you apply the resistance to your body forces your CORE to stabilize your posture throughout the entire workout. By activating all the different muscle fibers through the variety of resistance angles you build functional strength and resilience, while achieving the physique you are looking for.

Ultimate Upper Body

Ultimate upper body includes 8 total upper body exercises, all hitting you from different angles. While there are exercises designed to target specific areas of the upper body, like the shoulders, back, chest, and arms, the angles you apply the resistance to your body forces your CORE to stabilize your posture throughout the entire workout. By activating all the different muscle fibers through the variety of resistance angles you build functional strength and resilience, while achieving the physique you are looking for.

Lower Body

Concentrated Glutes

The glutes do lots of things, like help us walk, run, lower us to sit, raise us up from sitting, go up and down the stairs, throw a ball, zig-zag through a crowd, and are also involved with single leg stability, knee stability, and dynamic movement control of the hips. This workout helps with all aspects of glute function to provide a comprehensive workout to the entire glute complex. You will notice that you feel the work being done in both the resisted and non-resisted legs. You’ll love how this workout feels and the results!

Targeted Glutes

This workout is designed to develop the numerous muscles that make up the “Glutes”. The glute muscles can move the hips in numerous directions, to get a solid workout targeting the glutes you need to provide resistance to those directions, and the cinch strap combined with the moves in this workout delivers exactly what your glutes need.

Lower Body Power

This workout is designed to work both the slow twitch and fast twitch muscle fibers of the lower body. Slow twitch fibers use oxygen and produce force slowly, this is mostly what we use during common daily activities. Fast twitch fibers are anaerobic (function without oxygen) and they are activated when we move fast, such as sprinting or swinging a golf club.

Handle Basics II - Lower Body

This workout provides a basic lower body circuit that incorporates full-body stability. This is a great lower body workout to start with because you will quickly develop the foundational stability for the exercises and the stability to improve common daily movements. While this workout takes you through 1 set and that may be adequate if you are new to resistance training you can build this workout up to 2 - 4 sets.

Pilates Core + Leg Focus

This Resisted Pilates class is all about challenging our bodies with unilateral resistance from the Vector. You must focus on maintaining a deep core connection while your arms and legs move. Stability and precision is key.

Torso Strap Basics I - Lower Body

This lower body workout presents a unique challenge. The torso strap places rotational resistance around the trunk and hips resulting in constant muscle recruitment to both stabilize and move through the exercises, this is a workout you need to experience to appreciate. While this workout takes you through 1 set and that may be adequate if you are new to resistance training you can build this workout up to 2 - 4 sets.

Core

Capable Core

This workout is designed to challenge your core from a variety of different angles. The muscles of your core allow it to accept forces from all directions and stabilize the spine as you accomplish a task. This workout intelligently loads the core to increase multi-directional strength and leaves you feeling capable and accomplished.

Cinch Strap Basics II - Core

This workout features 4 essential core exercises completely enhanced by the cinch strap. These familiar core exercises are taken to the next level by strategically placed resistance to develop greater stability and function. While this workout takes you through 1 set and that may be adequate if you are new to resistance training you can build this workout up to 2 - 4 sets.

Pilates Core Focus

This Resisted Pilates class quickly turns on your deep core muscles by utilizing the Vector in all ranges of motion. The core focus is the perfect add on to any other workout you are doing. Use it as a warmup or after any other workout or sport you engage in.

Torso Strap Basics II - Core

These exercises have become a central part of most programs for both general fitness and athletic performance. The torso strap introduces enhanced stability to these exercises in a way that strengthens the body and provides a cardio challenge as well. While this workout takes you through 1 set and that may be adequate if you are new to resistance training you can build this workout up to 2 - 4 sets.

Pilates Core + Leg Focus

This Resisted Pilates class is all about challenging our bodies with unilateral resistance from the Vector. You must focus on maintaining a deep core connection while your arms and legs move. Stability and precision is key.

Handle Basics III - Core

This workout is designed to take you from isolated activation in the mid-section of the body to integrated stability in a standing position, this progression is central to both coordination that decreases joint stress and increases strength in the core that helps transfer forces between the upper and lower body. While this workout takes you through 1 set and that may be adequate if you are new to resistance training you can build this workout up to 2 - 4 sets.

Sport Specific

Golf

Racquet

Baseball

Train With Don Saladino, Head Strength and Conditioning Coach of the Golf Channel.

Golf is a sport that requires tremendous control, joint mobility, timing of force production, and force application in all 3 movement planes. This workout provides movements and resistance angles that help develop the coordination and fitness oriented skills required in a golf swing. Perform these exercises with the appropriate range of motion for you, with the goal of building to full ranges of motion and force output demonstrated in the workout.

Vector for Baseball - Handle

This workout is designed to be a circuit with no rest between exercises or the completion and start of set 1 and 2. Perform all 4 exercises on one side then switch sides, completing it 1x through on each side = 1 set.

Vector for Baseball - Cinch Strap

This workout is designed to be a circuit with no rest between exercises or the completion and start of set 1 and 2. Perform all 4 exercises on one side then switch sides, completing it 1x through on each side = 1 set. .

Vector for Baseball - Torso Strap

This workout is designed to be a circuit with no rest between exercises or the completion and start of set 1 and 2. Perform all 4 exercises on one side then switch sides, completing it 1x through on each side = 1 set. .

Vector for Racquet Sports - Handle

This workout is designed to strengthen the postures and positions commonly used in racquet sports. The ability to get in and out of the lunge position is essential to address the ball effectively, and quickly return to the center of the court for optimum response to your opponent's next hit.

Vector for Racquet Sports - Cinch Strap

This workout is designed to strengthen the large muscles used to change directions from common positions in racquet sports. Placing resistance on the body at angles that strengthen these important movements has proven difficult with free weights. The VECTOR resistance with the cinch strap provides the directional challenges needed to strengthen and improve movement performance essential to racquet sports.

Vector for Racquet Sports - Torso Strap

This workout is designed to strengthen the large muscles used to change directions from common positions in racquet sports. Placing resistance on the body at angles that strengthen these important movements has proven difficult with free weights. The VECTOR resistance with the torso strap provides the directional challenges needed to strengthen and improve movement performance essential to racquet sports.

Focused Strength for Golf

Golf is a sport that requires tremendous control, joint mobility, timing of force production, and force application in all 3 movement planes. This workout provides movements and resistance angles that help develop the coordination and fitness oriented skills required in a golf swing. Perform these exercises with the appropriate range of motion for you, with the goal of building to full ranges of motion and force output demonstrated in the workout.

Pre-Round Activation

This quick series features exercises that activate the primary muscles for rotation and weight shift, movements that are foundational for golf, and joint ranges of motion required for optimal hip and thoracic spine rotation. Make this a part of your routine before heading to the golf course.

Constant Core for Full Round Consistency

The key for gaining distance is the "tuning" of your muscles to generate and transfer force at the point of impact. This exercise sequence is designed to help you develop maximal force from a rotational and weight shift standpoint. Perform this workout at your level and build the foundational tuning for maximal distance!

Range of Motion Strength for Distance

We are all looking for that X-Factor (separation in rotation of shoulders and pelvis) to gain distance and consistency. This workout is designed to actively strengthen your X-Factor. Pay close attention to the instructions during each exercise and make significant improvements in your X-Factor by consistently doing this workout.