Lent Series: Redeemed
7 workouts that will challenge you physically, mentally, and spiritually Check out our 40-day fitness plan built around this series, perfect for any time of year
This series isn’t just for Lent. With seven original whole-person workouts, Redeemed will strengthen your body, expand your mind, and nourish your soul. In Pietra Fitness fashion, you will begin each workout with deep breathing exercises and then flow into unique sequences and poses that will get your heart rate up yet leave you feeling calm and relaxed. With Scriptures and meditations around the themes of Lent and Easter, Redeemed is perfect anytime you want to assess where you are on your faith journey. Whether you do the whole series or just a few classes, you will be challenged physically mentally, and spiritually.
In this series, you will:
- Lengthen and strengthen every muscle in your body, giving special attention to your hip flexors
- Increase your core strength and flexibility, deepen your faith, improve your well-being and range of motion, and build self-confidence
- Gain a new understanding of Lenten fasting and penance, daily prayer, mercy and forgiveness, and carrying our daily crosses—and practical ways to incorporate them into your everyday life
- Have your eyes opened to what Jesus did for you when He rose from the dead.
Videos in this Series: 7
Class Levels: Gentle, Level 1, Level 2
Duration: ~30 minutes each
Betsy is a Foundations 3 Pietra Fitness pro instructor, a certified personal trainer, and a Precision Nutrition coach and marco specialist, as well as the team leader for the Pietra Fitness instructor training (P-FIT) sessions. She teaches Pietra Fitness classes in multiple parishes in the Diocese of Charlotte, North Carolina, where she lives with her husband, Craig. Betsy owns an integrative personal training and nutrition coaching practice specifically geared toward helping women reach their specific health goals. Betsy finds her work with Pietra Fitness to be a wonderful fit for her clients, as well as an important part of her own body-mind–soul wellness.
Michelle is a Foundations 3 Pietra Fitness instructor in training and content creator who is passionate about helping people encounter God in the everyday circumstances of their lives. Michelle discovered Pietra Fitness when health issues forced her to take a break from her intense fitness regime. The workouts have not only kept her feeling strong and deepened her faith but also given her a new perspective on what it means to be truly healthy in body, mind, and soul. Michelle is currently a writer for the Pietra Fitness marketing team and is excited to continue sharing the life-giving benefits of Pietra Fitness as an instructor. Michelle lives in Hebron, Kentucky, with her husband, George.
When is Lent 2021?Next year, Lent begins on February 17, Ash Wednesday.
When is Easter 2021?Next year, Easter is on Sunday, April 4.
When is Holy Week 2020, and what is the Easter Triduum?In 2021, Holy Week begins on Palm Sunday, March 28. The Easter Triduum is a three-day period at the end of Holy Week that starts in the evening on Holy Thursday (April 1, 2021), continues through Good Friday (April 2, 2021), reaches its high point at the Easter Vigil on Holy Saturday (April 3, 2021), and ends in the evening on Easter Sunday. The Easter Triduum is the summit of the Liturgical Year, when we recount Jesus’ passion, death, and resurrection. Everyone is encouraged to attend these beautiful liturgies.
What should I give up for Lent?Giving something up during Lent helps us detach from earthly things such as food, material goods, entertainment, habits, and comforts that can prevent us from getting closer to God. By intentionally giving up something during Lent we can create space in our lives for God and realize that He provides everything we truly need. Examine your attitudes toward things, events, other people, God, and yourself, and ask Jesus how He is inviting you to grow closer to him this Lent.
What are fasting and abstinence?Fasting is a powerful, spiritual practice that unites Christians to Jesus’ trials in the desert. It’s not done to impress others but to draw us closer to God. During Lent, Catholics between the ages 18 and 59 fast on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday. According to the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, those who are fasting are “permitted to eat one full meal, as well as two smaller meals that together are not equal to a full meal.” Those who are unable to fast from food are encouraged to choose something else to fast from on those two days. In addition to fasting, Catholics do not eat meat on Fridays during Lent. This self-denial is a way to remember Jesus’ passion and death.
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