The Wellest Challenge

with Jacy Cunningham
and Mary Beth LaRue

A Fun Mix of Cardio and Gentle Yoga
to Help You Feel Great





5 HIIT workout videos with elite trainer Jacy Cunningham

4 slow flow yoga classes with Mary Beth LaRue

1 fun combo class that pairs HIIT with yoga


for as low as

$35 $12


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Energize your body in under 20 minutes a day.

The Wellest Challenge is a 10-day program to invigorate your body, head to toe, through a mix of HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) and gentle yoga.


Wellness is more than workouts and green juice—it’s a daily commitment to make choices that feel like small wins. Choices that make you feel good from the inside out. 

It’s knowing when to heat things up and when to slow things down. It’s showing kindness to your body while simultaneously challenging what you once thought was your limit. It’s the discovery that redefines your comfort zone. It’s bringing a bit of fun and play into every day. 

Led by HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) instructor Jacy Cunningham and yoga teacher Mary Beth LaRue, The Wellest Challenge combines fast-paced cardio with slow-flow restorative yoga to help you find flexibility, strength, and softness both on and off the mat. Over these 10 days, you’ll develop confidence, find balance, and learn routines to create long-lasting changes.

Meet Your Teachers

Mary Beth LaRue is a yoga teacher, mentor, and co-founder of Rock Your Bliss, a yoga-inspired coaching movement for the mind and body. Mary Beth has taught at multiple Wanderlust festivals, and has been featured in Yoga Journal, National Geographic Traveler, LA Yoga, and Mantra Magazine. Her mission is simply to lead people toward their bliss.

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Jacy Cunningham is a trainer, motivational speaker, and founder of The Jacy Method — his unique style of training where working out meets working in. He is a certified fitness instructor with the American Aerobic Association International/International Sports Medicine Association and is certified with Qoya Yoga.

Daily Course Outline

Day 1 is all about getting into the body and honing energy. Build the foundation of your HIIT training as Jacy introduces the six primary movement patterns and prepares you for a high-cardio, high-positivity workout. Class begins with a quick warm-up, followed by an overview of the basic squat, push, lunge, and plank. Finish it off with a four minute cardio workout combining these essential movements and cementing them into your personal fitness toolbox.

Inspire strength in the body to maintain strength in the mind. In this class, Jacy adds an extra layer of movement to yesterday’s practices. Expect high knees, in and out squats, push-ups with a tap, lunges with kicks, rolling planks, and Russian twists. Challenge your internal dialogue—you can handle the intensity!

Soften the muscles and find restoration with the first slow-flow yoga class from Mary Beth LaRue. Designed to open the hips, class begins with gentle low lunges, Pigeon (Eka Pada Rajakapotasana), and Wild Thing (Camatkarasana). Then stretch the legs, back, and arms with a gentle Warrior Flow before retreating to your back. Relax, breathe, and receive.

Hone in on the hamstrings to create strong, limber thighs, protect yourself from injury, and support the rest of your muscle groups. Mary Beth begins class with constructive rest, followed by forward folds and Standing Splits to Hanumanasana. Migrate into Puppy (Uttana Shishosana) and Sphinx (Salamba Bhujangasana) pose to lengthen the spine and provide gentle therapy for any fatigue from your HIIT-filled days. The perfect class before and after cardio, this class both restores sore muscles and sets up your body for long-term success.

It’s time to kick back into cardio and find your rhythm. Jacy begins class by breaking down the Burpee, one of the most iconic (and calorie-torching) moves in a HIIT program. Continue with more in and out squats, heel kicks, push ups with a kick through, a lunge matrix, plank ups, and suitcases.

You’re moving fast—now it’s time to implement some authority. In this class, Jacy guides you through unique variations of the original six primary movements, all while keeping the focus on control and positivity. Begin with high knees, followed by squat jumps, push up planks, jump lunges, plank jacks, and full roll-ups. The mind will give up before the body—tell yourself who’s boss!

Create a greater range of motion and increase agility as you breathe into the hips with this sweet release from Mary Beth LaRue. This series of soft and soothing asana is designed to provide comfort for any back tension, ease tension, and nourish sore muscle groups.

You’ve given a lot of attention to your lower body—today is all about the spine and shoulders! Glide through Sphinx, Locust variations, Dolphin, and several binds to open the back and bring space throughout the upper body. These poses are also great for those who spend a majority of their day in seats. Enjoy the space, receive your break, and be well. 

Explode into all parts of the body with this final full class of cardio. Jacy provides some of the most challenging sets yet, all carefully curated alongside his signature motivation. Warm up with High Knees into a Jumping Jack, followed by Lateral Step Backs, Half Hindus, Planes, and Runner Sit-Ups. In between reps, experience a moment of gratitude and encouragement. Your body has gotten you so far—now it’s time to throw it a thank you.

Bring nine days worth of effort into this HIIT and restorative combination class. Jacy kicks things off with Hip Swing, Ape Crawls, Crab Walks, and the Burpee. Afterwards, Mary Beth invokes a sense of calm with a brief and gentle flow to slow the heart rate and draw the mind-body back to equilibrium. Reflect on your journey and take pride in the accomplishment.

Jumpstart a healthy year with daily interval training and gentle yoga.


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