Open Gym: Cuerpaso & Tempest Freerunning: Part I – Sweat Inc., Season 1

Open Gym: Cuerpaso & Tempest Freerunning: Part I – Sweat Inc., Season 1


Here are the people that you
need to impress today. Welcome, everybody! So, guys, we’ve got
24 participants. They will be split
into groups of twelve. Each group will try each workout
for 15 minutes. This is really important
for you guys today. We’re going to see
how well you can deliver your program
at scale. So, Paul, this may be
the most important moment for you of the entire
competition because it’s one of the questions we have
in our heads: Can he deliver this very technical program
at scale? So bring it, baby. Now, you might be wondering
what the heck they’re wearing. This is called the Athos suit.The Athos suit is equipped
with 20 sensors which provide
an Athos score, tracking
muscle activation. By looking
at muscle activation, the
judges will be able to tell
which muscles are being used
during the workout
and for how long.We’re also going to be comparing
heart rate and calorie burn the overall average
for your groups; and most importantly,
popularity. They will be voting.
You guys ready for this? – Yeah. Yeah.
– Can’t wait! Are you guys ready for this? ( cheering ) Let’s do it! Okay, guys. Follow me.Bora bora!That means quick!
Vai, vai, vai!
Let’s all grab a ball. Freerunning is creative movement
through your environment. It allows you to… Run up walls and even… Flip off of pipes. Right now they’re
all thinking: Holy– Am I supposed to do that?Rapido! Vai, vai, vai!
Isso.
Nice quick feet.
Da, da, da, da, daDancando.That means
dancing in Portuguese. Cuerpaso is scoring higher
on heart rate because it’s largely cardio.
Tempest is scoring higher on the Athos score
because they’ve got a lot more muscle activation. Right. Come over here. But right now look at this.
They’re talking, and there ain’t nothing happening
on the muscle activation, whereas right now Cuerpaso
is firing them up. And inner thigh.Isso.I call this the tank top
special! Now it looks like Cuerpaso is
catching up in the Athos score. Paul’s got to figure out a way
to reduce the downtime.

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