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Before 1776: Life in the American Colonies
AVI | Video: MPEG-4 Visual 640 x 480 | Audio: AAC 48 Khz 2ch | Duration: 18:29:55 | 7.58 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

The history of colonial America is a story of extraordinary scope, with Europeans, Africans, and the native peoples of North America interacting in a drama of settlement and conflict that lasted nearly three centuries. In the midst of it, no one would have predicted that the profoundly different English colonies along the East Coast, separated by religion, politics, economics, and many other factors, would eventually join to form the United States of America.

Yet the seeds for this outcome and the future character of the United States were germinating in developments such as these:

The Mayflower Compact: As the Mayflower lay anchored in Massachusetts Bay in 1620, the Pilgrims drew up an agreement committing themselves to self-government. No other colony in the New World-French, Spanish, or Dutch-asserted such a right.
The Quaker colony: America's core ideals of democracy, fair trade, religious freedom, and social mobility first came together in the 1680s with the founding of William Penn's Quaker colony of Pennsylvania-"the best poor man's country in the world," praised one early visitor.
The Great War for Empire: Also called the French and Indian War, this global clash of empires began in North America with an attack led by the young militia captain George Washington. Lasting from 1754 to 1763, it ended with England and her colonies as the preeminent power on the continent.
Indeed, the events that led from the first permanent English settlement at Jamestown in 1607 to the Boston Tea Party in 1773, on the eve of the American Revolution, tell us who we are as citizens of the New World, what ideas and traditions shaped us, what our ancestors experienced, and how the United States came to be.

In addition, they tell a larger story of geopolitical rivalries that spread across the globe, as the major European powers competed to build vast empires based on their voyages of discovery and colonization-a struggle that forged the modern nations of Europe, the idea of empire, and the mercantile system of global trade.

Before 1776: Life in the American Colonies tells this epic story in 36 spellbinding lectures by Professor Robert J. Allison of Suffolk University in Boston. An acclaimed teacher, Professor Allison is also an eminent scholar who has served as an advisor to several prestigious museums and historical societies in Massachusetts, including the Commonwealth Museum at the State Archives in Boston.

Building a New World
While concentrating on British North America, Before 1776: Life in the American Colonies also covers developments in the colonial outposts of Spain, France, and the Netherlands. Britain's possessions in the West Indies loom large in this story as well, since the mainland colonies developed primarily to serve the sugar plantations in the Caribbean, which were the source of the most lucrative crop in the New World and the reason for the enormous growth in the slave trade.

You begin by examining the state of Europe, Africa, and the Americas in 1500, when the full extent of the New World was just becoming clear. After investigating Spain's initial dominance in the region, you turn to the earliest English efforts to establish a colony, resulting in the Jamestown settlement-a near-disaster that was saved by the discovery that a breed of tobacco from South America could flourish there.

Then you trace the arrival of the Pilgrims at Plymouth and the society that they and the later-arriving Puritans built in New England. In recounting the ensuing settlement of North America, Professor Allison notes that the British crown had no grand plan for creating a unified political entity. Each colony had its own genesis. For example, South Carolina was founded by English planters from the West Indies, New York was won from the Dutch in a war over international trade, and Georgia was established from a private philanthropic concern for English debtors.

You also look at the settlement of the New World from the point of view of the native peoples, who responded to the colonists with a mixture of cooperation and fierce resistance. And you probe how the importation of African slaves transformed the civilization of the colonies with new traditions, skills, foods, and other aspects of the cultures represented by these unwilling immigrants.

The colonies were often turbulent, dangerous places, and you learn about Indian wars, slave revolts, witch persecutions, rampant piracy, and other upheavals, as well as the gradual cementing of social order and the development of customs that made the colonies distinct-and difficult for the British government to rule.

The course builds toward a discussion of the roots of the rebellion that succeeded in toppling the colonial system-the American Revolution-covering its long gestation and closing with an examination of the meaning of the Declaration of Independence.

Conflict, Hardship, and Adventure
Drawing on a wealth of illustrative material, including period engravings and maps showing the New World as it was known at the time, Professor Allison weaves a captivating story. His gift for conveying complex material in an entertaining and enlightening way has earned him teaching awards at both Suffolk University and the Harvard Extension School.

Professor Allison conducts you through a subject unusually rich with absorbing personal narratives. The very nature of the colonial enterprise ensured that there would be no end of conflict, hardship, and adventure, providing a stage for many heroic and colorful characters. Among the historical figures you learn about are the following:

Captain John Smith: Professor Allison calls Smith "one of the most interesting characters in the history of Great Britain and North America." Smith's alleged rescue by Pocahontas (which may not have happened) almost pales beside his other exploits.
Anne Hutchinson: A brilliant theologian, Hutchinson took on the Puritan establishment of Massachusetts, arguing against its punitive interpretation of scripture. Banished, she moved to Rhode Island where she founded the town of Portsmouth. She later died in an Indian massacre in New Netherland.
Mary Rowlandson: Taken captive by the Wampanoag leader King Philip during his uprising against the Puritan settlers in the 1670s, Rowlandson wrote a remarkable memoir about her ordeal. King Philip's War was the bloodiest conflict per capita in American history.
Olaudah Equiano: Kidnapped as a boy from a West African village in the 1750s, Equiano spent years being sold from owner to owner throughout the New World and England. He eventually bought his freedom and became a powerful advocate for the abolition of slavery.
Benjamin Franklin: This celebrated Founding Father shows up in numerous lectures in the course-dealing with his impoverished upbringing, his youthful clash with Cotton Mather over smallpox inoculation, a famous and misunderstood political cartoon, and his diplomatic genius.
Patrick Henry: Henry was a failure at everything he tried until he bluffed his way into the Virginia legal profession, took on a hopeless case, and achieved renown for his bold argument that the king of England could not veto an act of the Virginia legislature-a startling view that resonated with the public mood.
Thanks to the contributions of these and many other notable inhabitants of the New World, the American colonies became a crucible of social ferment and innovation, testing new ideas about society, religion, agriculture, and economics. Some ideas caught on; others did not. But the resulting change was rapid and profound-not only in the colonies themselves but around the globe. In fundamental ways, the world we know today emerged from the tempestuous and eventful history of colonial America. Deepen your appreciation for this formative era with Before 1776: Life in the American Colonies.




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TTC - The Greek World: A Study of History and Culture
h264, yuv420p, 1280x720 |ENGLISH, aac, 44100 Hz, 2channels | 12h 24mn | 10.84 GB
Created by: Professor Robert Garland, Ph.D.

The ancient Greeks, more than any other early people or culture, have given us the template for Western civilization. An amazing number of the cultural, civic, and intellectual institutions that we take for granted in today's world were first fleshed out by the Greeks, including phenomenal achievements in the fields of political theory, law, philosophy, science, and art. ancient Greece was the birthplace of drama, as well as democracy.

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Learn Spring 5, Boot 2, JPA, Thymeleaf, AOP, Web MVC, REST
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + .srt | Duration: 67 lectures (16h 37m) | Size: 8 GB

Master Modern Spring Boot, Spring Web MVC, AOP, Hibernate, Thymeleaf, JPA, Spring Security, RESTful services
What you'll learn:
BUILD a REAL-WORLD INDUSTRY STANDARD full-stack Spring web application with Production Deployment
MASTER Industry Relevant practices for development in Spring 5
LEARN Thymeleaf and how to involve Spring data with Javascript
CODE along with me to PRACTICE and IMPLEMENT everything you learn in real-time
LEARN to use Spring MVC & Spring Data CRUD Repositories, Hibernate using a real database like PostgreSQL, as well as H2
PRACTICE Production Deployment in AWS, as well as Containerizing your Spring apps using Docker
LEARN Property File Configurations for Integration Testing vs Live App
TRANSITION from a beginner to a SKILLED Spring Developer
NOT WASTE TIME building 20 Twitter or Todo list app clones, but build something more SIGNIFICANT and dive deeper as you learn and build an INDUSTRY GRADE app
OBTAIN and DEMONSTRATE your skills with the Spring Framework to LAND A JOB as a Spring Developer

Requirements
Student needs to know how to write basic applications in Java
Basics of SQL Databases

Description
Topics covered in this course include:

Spring Framework 5

Spring Boot 2

Spring MVC

Maven

Spring Data CRUD Repositories

Tymeleaf

Hibernate

Spring Annotations

Using the Command Line to run Spring Boot Apps

Core Spring Concepts

Property Configurations

PostgreSQL Database

Integration Testing

Deploying our Spring Application to the AWS EC2 Server

Containerization using Docker

Spring AOP (Aspect Oriented Programming)

Spring Security

RESTFul Web Services API

Who this course is for
Students that want real-world experience in enterprise software development
Beginner level Java developers
Students that are sick of learning from building 20 little Twitter clones or todo list apps and want to actually master something at a deeper level!




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Selenium Python Automation Testing from Scratch + Frameworks
Bestseller | h264, yuv420p, 1280x720 |ENGLISH, aac, 44100 Hz, 2channels | 18h 25mn | 8.9 GB
Created by: Rahul Shetty

BRAND NEW COURSE- Learn Python Programming & Selenium Python Automation from Basics to Advanced level + 5 LIVE Project
What you'll learn

At the end of this course, You will get complete knowledge on Python Automation using Selenium WebDriver
You will be able to implement Python Test Automation Frameworks from Scratch with all latest Technlogies
Complete Understanding of Python Basics with many practise Examples to gain a solid exposure
You will be learning Python Unit Test Frameworks like PyTest which will helpful for Unit and Integration Testing
Complete Understanding on Selenium Python API Methods with real time Scenarios on LIVE Websites
"Last but not least" you can clear any Interview and can Lead Entire Selenium Python Projects from Design Stage

Requirements

******You need NOT have Python coding experience to start this course********* Even non Programming candidates can follow this course comfortably
Though these are online Lectures.You will have Life Time instructor support.You can contact me any time for your Queries,Will respond back with in 12 hours
All Installation setup including Python basics is taken care as part of course
Theoretical Material,Code dump are available for download
Join in our Selenium Training community where 3 Million Students Learning Together which you will not see in any other Selenium courses on Udemy

Description

**Learn Everything You Need to Know About Python Selenium Automation including Framework Even If You've Never Programmed Before in Python**

Do you know? Python is the popular choice for implementing Artificial Intelligence and Web Security in any Applications . This made QA industry to shift its focus to Python for implementing Test Automation to support AI Projects.
So this course will help you in making you master in Python Basics + Selenium Python + Pytest Unit Testing Framework +Page object Design Patterns + Excel Data driven Frameworks + Log4J Logging +Cross browser testing + Interview Prep +GitHUB +LifeTime Query Support
On course completion You will be Mastered in Selenium Automation Testing with Python and can implement Successfully it in your work place or will surely land on High Paying Job

***************************************************************************************************
So what makes this course Unique in the Market?

We assume that students have no experience in automation / coding and start every topic from scratch and basics.

Examples are taken from REAL TIME HOSTED WEB APPLICATIONS to understand how different components can be automated.

Topics includes:

Python Basics

Python Programming examples

Python Data types

Python OOPS Examples

Selenium Locators

Selenium Multi Browser Execution

Python Selenium API Methods

Advanced Selenium User interactions

End to end Practise Examples to Automate

PyTest - Unit Testing Framework

PyTest Fixtures

PyTest Parameterization

PyTest Annotations, Command Line Arguments

Python PyTest Reports

Log4J Logging Python

Page object Model Design Pattern

End to end Framework design from scratch

Python Data driven Framework using Excel

Pyxl Examples with Selenium Integration

Jenkins CI Integration

GITHUB Version control Management

All the Best! Happy Testing :)
Who this course is for:

Manual testers, Non-programming aware testers interested in learning Automation
Freshers/Graudates who want to kick start their Carrier in IT World

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http://anonymz.com/?https://www.udemy.com/course/learn-selenium-automation-in-easy-python-language/



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Quarkus Backend development with Java and GraalVM
New | h264, yuv420p, 1280x720 |ENGLISH, aac, 48000 Hz, 2channels | 16h 17mn | 11.64 GB
Created by: Dmytro Chaban

Learn how to build native backend applications with Quarkus.
What you'll learn

Use Quarkus framework for backend development
REST API with Quarkus
Hibernate, JPA, Websockets with Quarkus
Documentation of endpoints with Quarkus
Reactive approach
Swagger, Open API and documentation made easy with Quarkus
RDBMS, NO-SQL with Quarkus
Messaging with Quarkus
Backend Security with Quarkus
Cloud, Kubernetes, Native images with Quarkus
Using Kotlin with Quarkus

Requirements

Basic knowledge of Backend Development in any lanugage
Basic knowledge of JavaEE or Spring
Knowledge of Java language

Description

Developing with Quarkus is fast and fun. The combination of Quarkus, Java, GraalVM, Docker, Kubernetes, and JPA makes it even more fun. And it's even more fun to deploy it onto the cloud.

There are ten parts to this course - Quarkus Backend development with Java and GraalVM

Today all the companies moving onto microservices. RESTful API services are the first step to developing great microservices.

The first and second part will introduce you to the main concept of Quarkus and RESTful API

The third part covers in-depth on how Quarkus Core works

The fourth part covers communication like RESTful API, Websockets and CORS in-depth.

The fifth part will tell you how to use Maven or Gradle efficiently to build your applications, and even more.

The sixth part will dive you into data and persistence. You'll work with different databases starting from MySQL and going to MongoDB, Infinispan, Neo4j, and DynamoDB.

With the seventh part, you'll know how to do messaging in Quarkus. You'll work with Apache Kafka, as well as Artemis and AMQP.

Part #8 will tell you how to secure your Quarkus application with such technologies as JWT, Keycloak, OAuth and more.

The most interesting part nine will cover Cloud and Quarkus, this includes Kubernetes, Google Cloud Platform, Azure and AWS Lambda

Part ten will give you information about Observability with health checks, Open tracing, Sentry and GELF logs.

Who this course is for:

Beginner and experienced developers interested in super fast Quarkus Framework

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Oracle SQL : Practical Examples : Go from Beginner to Master
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + .srt | Duration: 56 lectures (15 hour, 6 mins) | Size: 5.13 GB

From basics to advanced Oracle SQL : Solve critical SQL queries : SQL interview preparation : Job-ready course contents

What you'll learn

SQL over Oracle 19 C version on Oracle LiveSQL platform
A to Z in SQL on Oracle's latest version
Go from an absolute beginner to an advanced SQL developer in less than 15 hours
RDBMS fundamentals and explanation on various terminologies for interview preparation
This is a complete course which does not require the students to have local installation of Oracle yet they we use the latest version of Oracle from web
Structure of basic query statement - Projection, Predicate and Verb
Use of Logical Operators - AND, OR, IN, BETWEEN, NOT, DISTINCT, LIKE
Various important properties of ORDER BY clause with examples
Deal with NULL values - IS NULL, NVL, NVL2, COALESCE
All forms of Sub-queries / Nested Queries - Multi-valued, Returning NULL, Set Comparison, Correlated, EXISTS operator, ANY & ALL operators
All forms of JOIN operations - Inner, Equijoin, Natural, Non-equijoin, Selfjoin, Outer Join operator, OUTER JOIN clause
GROUP BY clause concept - Group Functions MAX, MIN, SUM, AVG, COUNT - Group function tricky queries
Analytical / Aggregate form of Function - ROLLUP, CUBE, RANK, DENSE_RANK, DECODE vs CASE
SQL General Functions - Conversion, Numeric, String, Date functions - Query examples
Database Transaction Concepts - DML statements and forms - Rows Locking FOR UPDATE NOWAIT clause - Transaction Consistent Read SET TRANSACTION READ ONLY
SQL commands DELETE vs TRUNCATE - Difference and similarities
CREATE TABLE from scratch and copy from existing table - ALTER TABLE - Add/drop columns - Change column datatypes/widths and limitations - RENAME columns/Table
Constraint Metadata - Enable / Disable Constraint - Data Validation
Data Integrity Concepts - Data Integrity Constraints - Column / Table level constraint definitions - Referential Integrity through FOREIGN KEY constraint
IMMEDIATE vs DEFERRED constraints - Transaction level constraint validation.

Requirements

No prior programming knowledge is required in any language. It is learn-by-doing hands-on course, so except UG level education in any branch there is no other requirement

Description

***SQL course which gained immediate popularity with the launch on UDEMY***


***Continuously being updated with new topics/videos every week***

***Added lecture SQL vs NOSQL*** > 19 Dec 2019 (under Interview Section)

***Added Interview Section*** > 15 Dec 2019

*** Added lecture Most Important SQL Queries*** > 15 Dec 2019

***Added lecture What is VIEW?*** > 15 Dec 2019


You need to learn the most important and powerful language of the database world - SQL which makes your programming skills complete and enriched in just less than 20 hours of study!

If you have already wasted your time and money in hunting for a complete yet concise course in SQL through random youtube videos or offered by inexperienced people - then you are at the right place here. This course brings step-by-step lessons in its logical series of videos to help you master the art and science of SQL. Moreover there is not even a basic knowledge of programming envisaged while designing this course.

This course has been brought by an highly experienced faculty who have had 20+ years of experience in working as Oracle developer and DBA out of which 6 years onside in USA and UK. The faculty has been working in Oracle field ranging from Oracle version 6 to the latest 19C.

This course is for everybody who likes to make career in database programming, front end programming, ERP, or in general succeed as an IT professional, management people and undergraduate students of any stream. This course is covered on Oracle's LiveSQL platform available on web hence does not require any local installation of Oracle, yet the students can practice on latest version, the current is Oracle 19C. Being on web, students can learn, take notes or do practice sitting anywhere as Oracle LiveSQL is accessible on all the devices - PC, Laptops or even Mobiles.

Who this course is for:

Students interested in database back end programming
Programmers in any other front end language like Java or PHP or Python etc, must learn SQL
Engineering students, Computer Science students, Science / Commerce students - All pursuing UG or PG or completed with degree
Management people who are required to draw ad-hoc data as per requirement




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Mechanical Engineering and Electrical Engineering Explained
Video: .MP4, 1280x720 30 fps | Audio: AAC, 44.1 kHz, 2ch | Duration: 10:17:48
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + Subtitles | Size: 8.39 GB

Learn how things work! Boilers, engines, valves, transformers, pumps, learn it all in this constantly growing course!
What you'll learn
Apply best practices and knowledge to think through a problem rather than try to memorise the solution.
Be able to identify many electrical and mechanical machines.
Apply engineering concepts across multiple engineering disciplines.

Requirements
Bring your thinking cap (brain) and I will provide the rest!
Description
Want to know how things work? How electricity is generated and transmitted to your home? How engines are cooled? Or how hydroelectric power stations work? Well, this is the right course for you! This course contains over 10 hours of engineering related video tutorials. You will learn:
How Two and Four Stroke Engines Work
How Boilers Work
How Electrical Transformers Work
How Valves Work (Ball, Gate, Globe etc.)
How Primary Clarifiers Work
How Power Generation Machinery Works (Renewable and Non-Renewable Energy)
How HVAC machinery works.
How Oil and Gas machinery works.
And a lot more!
If you are working in the following industries, you will get a big benefit from this course:
HVAC
Oil and Gas
Chemical Engineering
Power Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Automotive Engineering
Power Generation
Why this course?
Because saVRee and saVRee lite have trained over 20,000 students on Udemy with an average paid course rating of 4.5/5.0.
Interactive 3D models are used extensively to show you machinery components and how they can be put together to form machines that complete useful work. 3D models are also used to show you how various power stations work.
The course is packed with 2D images, 2D animations, Downloadable Infographics, Downloadable Quiz Booklets and 3D animations.
Don't waste more time reading this course description, check-out the curriculum, then sign-up for this course!
All purchases come with a 30 day no risk money back guarantee!
Hope to see you on the course!
Who this course is for:
Anyone who is curious about how things work.
Anyone who loves to learn.
Anyone who enjoys the gift of knowledge.
Anyone involved with any engineering related discipline (oil and gas, HVAC, automotive, marine, power, industrial etc.).

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Cucumber BDD with Python Behave and Selenium WebDriver
Genre: eLearning | MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: aac, 48000 Hz
Language: English | Size: 5.69 GB | Duration: 15 hours


What you'll learn
You will be able to create Cucumber BDD testing framework using Python, Behave, Selenium WebDriver, ....
You will be able to read and write Cucumber BDD style tests in Python
You will be able to work on Cucumber BDD Framework supporting both Frontend with BDD Selenium and Backend with pure BDD Python
You will create full E-Commerce site on your computer and practice test automation
You will learn tips and tricks of finding elements, debugging issues, shortcuts with IDE, test methodologies, setup py file
You will be able to use virtual environment and try different versions of Python librar

Requirements
Understand basic Python (Python 3 or 2 is fine)
Understand Automated testing basics
Have access to install libraries on the computer you are going to use
Description
Course Description

Learn how Cucumber BDD (Behavioral Driven Development/Test Driven Development) testing frameworks work. Learn how the pieces of Cucumber fall together and how frameworks are put together, as well as best practices of BDD. We will use the most popular and actively maintained Cucumber framework for Python BDD called 'Behave'. We will use PowerPoint presentation to convey the concepts on each topic and then write example code testing real scenarios with Selenium WebDriver as well as API testing.

We will build an E-commerce site on our local machine and practice writing real test cases both for front end with Selenium WebDriver and for the backend with Python, with full access to MySQL database of our site.

Critical addition to your resume

If you are getting into the QA world or you are looking to advance your career, having BDD testing skill will accelerate your success. Python is one of the most popular languages to use in software testing, and knowing how to use it with BDD style testing will expand your pool of possibilities.

In addition to using Python for BDD testing you will also get tips and guidance on best practices.

After completion of this course you will be able to go through interview as if you have BDD testing experience. You will also have a ready to go framework that you can continue to add test cases for practice and for your portfolio.

Content and Overview

In this course we will be using PowerPoint presentation to explain the concepts and then go to code in an IDE (PyCharm) for each topic. Some topics, we will go directly to code and start writing and executing.

We will install necessary packages for our framework. We will discuss the directory structure needed for our design, and then we will write and run test cases.

We will run how the BDD tests are written, how the work together and how to understand and control the output.

We will create an efficiently structured test framework and learn how to use Pythons logging module to produce readable reports.

What am I going to get from this course?

49 + lectures of BDD core concepts, examples and practice exercises (continuously adding more examples)

Plenty of test cases to use in your portfolio and to build bigger test suits on top of the course material

Enough material and examples to be able to create a project (BDD test framework) and maintain a GitHub repo

Specific features of the most popular BDD framework for Python called Behave

Practice using Selenium WebDriver functions with Python

Practice testing of Front-end with Selenium WebDriver BDD and Python

Practice testing of Back-end with Python

Who this course is for:
Anyone looking to learn automation testing and has a bit of background in Python and Selenium WebDriver
Anyone that already know basic automated testing and want to know how to apply BDD
Anyone coming from Java or other background and can pickup Python easily

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3 Week Yoga Retreat - Workout Program (2017)
HD 720p | English | MP4 | 1280 x 720 | AVC ~2372 kbps | 29.970 fps
AAC | 127 Kbps | 48.0 KHz | 2 channels | 09:01:27 | 9.33 GB
Genre: eLearning Video / Yoga, Fitness, Health

Acclaimed Pilates instructor Ana Caban helps you to kick-start your metabolism with a 30-minute power Pilates program. She demonstrates low-impact floor exercises which help initiate weight loss and shows you how to combine full body movements with targeted abs work.

Content:

Foundation Week 1

Day 1: Core
The foundation of your yoga practice starts in your core. This class focuses on exercises that engage, activate, and build awareness of these very important muscles.

Day 2: Stretch
Extend and lengthen all the muscles in your body with a variety of poses that will make you feel good all over.

Day 3: Balance
Find stability not just physically but mentally and emotionally too. Challenge yourself with a series of different postures to help you develop better balance inside and out.

Day 4: Flow
If you've ever heard of Vinyasa Flow, now you will experience it Beachbody- style. In this class we put everything you've learned so far and connect it with your breathing in a flowing format.

Day 5: Flow On-the-Go
A faster, more advanced version of the Flow class. Also great for when you are short on time but still want a little yoga!

Day 6: Relax
Faith takes you on a relaxing yoga experience to help you unwind from your week of work. Be sure to treat your body to this delicious experience.

Day 7: Take 10 - AM
Start your day by energizing your muscles and waking up your body with Faith in this mini- flow class.

Day 7: Take 10 - PM
Before going to bed, take 10 minutes to relax and distress so you can have a restful night sleep.

Day 7: Take 10 - Abs
Fire up your abs and core with Faith in this 10 minute targeted routine.

Expansion Week 2

Day 1: Core
The foundation of your yoga practice starts in your core. This class focuses on exercises that engage, activate, and build awareness of these very important muscles.

Day 2: Stretch
Extend and lengthen all the muscles in your body with a variety of poses that will make you feel good all over.

Day 3: Balance
Find stability not just physically but mentally and emotionally too. Challenge yourself with a series of different postures to help you develop better balance inside and out.

Day 4: Flow
If you've ever heard of Vinyasa Flow, now you will experience it Beachbody- style. In this class we put everything you've learned so far and connect it with your breathing in a flowing format.

Day 5: Flow On-the-Go
A faster, more advanced version of the Flow class. Also great for when you are short on time but still want a little yoga!

Day 6: Relax
Faith takes you on a relaxing yoga experience to help you unwind from your week of work. Be sure to treat your body to this delicious experience.

Day 7: Take 10 - AM
Start your day by energizing your muscles and waking up your body with Faith in this mini- flow class.

Day 7: Take 10 - PM
Before going to bed, take 10 minutes to relax and distress so you can have a restful night sleep.

Day 7: Take 10 - Abs
Fire up your abs and core with Faith in this 10 minute targeted routine.

Progression Week 3

Day 1: Core
The foundation of your yoga practice starts in your core. This class focuses on exercises that engage, activate, and build awareness of these very important muscles.

Day 2: Stretch
Extend and lengthen all the muscles in your body with a variety of poses that will make you feel good all over.

Day 3: Balance
Find stability not just physically but mentally and emotionally too. Challenge yourself with a series of different postures to help you develop better balance inside and out.

Day 4: Flow
If you've ever heard of Vinyasa Flow, now you will experience it Beachbody- style. In this class we put everything you've learned so far and connect it with your breathing in a flowing format.

Day 5: Flow On-the-Go
A faster, more advanced version of the Flow class. Also great for when you are short on time but still want a little yoga!

Day 6: Relax
Faith takes you on a relaxing yoga experience to help you unwind from your week of work. Be sure to treat your body to this delicious experience.

Day 7: Take 10 - AM
Start your day by energizing your muscles and waking up your body with Faith in this mini- flow class.

Day 7: Take 10 - PM
Before going to bed, take 10 minutes to relax and distress so you can have a restful night's sleep.

Day 7: Take 10 - Abs
Fire up your abs and core with Faith in this 10 minute targeted routine.

Take 10

Take 10 - AM
Start your day by energizing your muscles and waking up your body with Faith in this mini- flow class.

Take 10 - PM
Before going to bed, take 10 minutes to relax and distress so you can have a restful night's sleep.

Take 10 - Abs
Fire up your abs and core with Faith in this 10 minute targeted routine.









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