RedBird Body Engineering

Unique Dance-based Toning Program with Remarkable Results | taught by Elisabeth Kristof
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Wendi Hundley

Nice Review and great way to ease back into Body Engineering

This program is so great. I'm really proud to be a part of such a special experience. Looking forward to working through all of the levels and getting stronger and healthier!

Autumn Elias

Feel the Burn

felt the burn just as if I was in the studio with you ladies, Lee & Elisabeth! awesome! Red Bird in Cali, baby!

Wendi Hundley

This program is so great. I'm really proud to be a part of such a special experience. Looking forward to working through all of the levels and getting stronger and healthier!

Autumn Elias

felt the burn just as if I was in the studio with you ladies, Lee & Elisabeth! awesome! Red Bird in Cali, baby!

Elisabeth Kristof
Elisabeth Kristof
Owner & Co-Director

About the Instructor

Elisabeth Kristof, RedBird owner and co-director began her fitness career in 2006 as a group fitness instructor at the YMCA of Austin and later with Baby Boot Camp. Elisabeth has a large and loyal clientele that has been with her for many years. She enables lasting change for clients through education, sustainable and progressive training programs and supportive communities. Applying RedBird’s definitive methodology, which emphasizes precision movement and proper body alignment, she develops innovative programming, including RedBird’s unique Body Engineering programs and Primal 7 suspension-band workouts. Elisabeth also develops instructional curriculum for RedBird’s rigorous 450-hour teacher training program. She is certified by Body Arts and Science International (BASI) and the Pilates Method Alliance (PMA) as a Pilates instructor and as a personal trainer by the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA). She is also Z-health Essentials certified in functional neuroscience of movement, Primal 7-certified and TRX-certified. Elisabeth earned a bachelor’s degree in international affairs from the University of Colorado at Boulder and a master’s degree in journalism from the University of Texas at Austin. She received a prestigious Carnegie-Knight News21 fellowship for her reporting and writing on public health.

Tired of online workouts with no structure, no education and limited results?

Imagine being able to workout at home with unique, high-quality studio programs designed to sculpt the body and provide the long, lean results you want. Workout on your own time, efficiently and effectively, without over-training, creating imbalance or causing injury.


Exercise is great - but movement is a science. RB360 brings true movement education, a community of support and efficient, effective Body Engineering programming to you whereever you are so that you can get the true RB experience - and results.

In this 10-class course you will:

  • Re-shape your body, toning the thighs, arms, abs and glutes
  • Gain deep understanding of RB Body Engineering movements
  • Experience10 unique RB Body Engineering workouts spread out over 5 months to avoid plateaus, boredom and injury
  • Create a balanced strength in your body that produces long, lean result

FAQs:

What is Body Engineering (BE)? RedBird Body Engineering is a unique toning program that sculpts the body. BE adds definition to arms, flattens abs, pulls skin tight, lifts the butt, and shapes the thighs for a long, lean, high & tight look. Inspired by great body sculptors of the past, like Jane Fonda and Lotte Berk, as well as the present, like Tracy Anderson, the RedBird Body Engineering program builds on these evidence-based toning principles and weaves them into full body movements that fit within the RedBird methodology of balanced muscular development and science-based training.

How is BE structured? BE exercises follow the proprietary RB Track System TM, which is designed and programmed in a specific way to work the spine through all planes of motion. This creates optimal body alignment and ensures no particular muscle group is overdeveloped. In BE, the hip and shoulder joint are also worked through all ranges of motion to create supple strength of the musculature surrounding these joints, as well as provide a full body workout that gets remarkable results – especially in sculpting the arms, waist, butt and thighs.

Who is it for? Anyone who wants to tone and shape their body, create strength without bulk, and enhance joint pliability without hypermobility. This is an intelligent, fierce workout that provides a robust education and requires mindful precision movement. Clients should expect to stay present in their body and work hard – but also be ready for amazing results.

Why does it work? Using proven toning principles – such as high repetition, light-weight, long-lever movements, Body Engineering focuses on the smaller muscles that are not often accessed in traditional strength training or everyday life. These muscles include the deep internal and external rotators of the hip and shoulder, the transversus abdominus, and the deep spinal extensors. These muscles are not only crucial for supporting and protecting the joints and spine, but also help create a defined, toned physique by lifting the glutes, pulling the skin tight to the musculature of the arms, legs, and stomach, adding striations to shoulders, and creating strength without bulk.

What makes it unique? The movements are all personally designed by RedBird master teachers and owners, Lee Vallely and Elisabeth Kristof, who use their combined 35-years of experience in re-shaping bodies and years of research creating the RedBird method to construct safe, challenging, and effective movement sequences. These sequences are then taught in-depth to all RedBird teachers who carry them out in a deliberate and effective manner.

Do I need equipment? You need a mat, a towel and water, leg weights and light arm weights. We use a variety of other equipment in these classes but all work can be done without equipment. The other equipment used is a ball (any medium-sized, light-weight ball will do), a Pilates ring (work can be done without ring) and a theraband (any elastic fitness band will work).

Are there contraindications for this program? If you have acute knee or wrist injuries you should not do this program. A majority of exercises occur in a quadruped/all-fours position with weight on knees and hands. You can pad knees with a blanket or towel but if injury is in acute phase, do not purchase this program.




Course Contents

36 Videos

Course Curriculum

Intro to Body Engineering
03:04