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If you want to get in really amazing shape — and you like workouts that pack a bit more punch — then Openfit’s Rough Around The Edges is the perfect choice for you. And here’s the good news — Karate Core is just the beginning. With an Openfit subscription, you’ll be able to do even more Rough Around The Edges workouts, every one of them designed to get you fit, fierce, and incredibly powerful.

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What Is Rough Around The Edges?

Rough Around The Edges is an intense, results-driven series of workouts led and inspired by a team of professional stuntwomen. These athletes have spent years tuning their bodies to perform at the highest possible level. And now they’re bringing their skills and know-how to Rough Around The Edges to help you become the best possible version of yourself you can be.

Each Rough Around The Edges workout challenges your body in a different way. You’ll use kickboxing combos to burn fat, karate-inspired exercises to sculpt your core, superhero moves to build incredible strength, and much more. Just show up and work hard, and you’ll be rewarded with amazing, head-turning results.

Meet the Trainers

The unique team of women leading the Rough Around The Edges workouts is not your typical group of trainers. Unless, of course, you’re used to training with stuntwomen.

Each trainer brings her own strength, style, personality, and, of course, expertise to the workout. They’re all about supporting and empowering everyone in their tribe to perform at their highest level — and that includes you.

Anisha Gibbs is an actress, stuntwoman, dancer, and choreographer who is known for her work on Altered Carbon (2018), Beyond The Lights (2014), and Luke Cage (2016). Along with creating the popular Neesh Nation channel on YouTube, Anisha is co-founder of the Thr3e Live Dance Company in Providence, Rhode Island.

Amy Johnston has appeared as an actress and stuntwoman in films including Deadpool (2016), Suicide Squad (2016), and Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014). Daughter of a five-time world champion kickboxer, Amy has spent her life training in martial arts, and is also skilled in dance and gymnastics.

Michelle Jubilee is an actress, stuntwoman, producer, and writer with credits in a wide range of film and television productions, including The Fate Of The Furious (2017), Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse (2018), and NCIS: Los Angeles (2018). She fell in love with the power and beauty of gymnastics at the age of three and began her study of the martial arts at 10.

Caitlin Dechelle is an actress, stuntwoman, and professional martial artist, known for her work in Wonder Woman (2017), Furious 7 (2015), and Teen Wolf (2011). Caitlin began touring the world as a karate competitor when she was nine, and it was her passion for martial arts that inspired her to pursue a career as stuntwoman.

Thekla Hutyrova is an actress, tricker, and stuntwoman with film and TV credits including Deadpool 2 (2018), Pacific Rim (2018), and Logan (2017), for which she was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award. Starting at a young age, she competed as a tae kwon do martial artist, eventually winning seven world championships.

Corinne van Ryck deGroot began her boxing career as a police officer in Canada, eventually becoming the number-two ranked female boxer in the world. In 2010, she competed as “Panther” on The American Gladiator television series, and is known for her stunt roles in Velvet Buzzsaw (2019) and Life As We Know It (2010).

Rough Around The Edges — Frequently Asked Questions

Want to learn more about Openfit’s Rough Around The Edges? Here are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions:


How long are the Rough Around The Edges workouts?

Each workout in Rough Around The Edges is between 30 and 45 minutes long.

Who can benefit from Rough Around The Edges?

It's designed for anyone who wants to get in great shape together with a badass team of stuntwomen and martial artists, and get inspired to become best versions of themselves they can possibly be. If you have a passion to be stronger, inside and out, then Rough Around The Edges is an ideal program for you.

Rough Around The Edges can help you lose weight, if that’s your goal, and help you stick with a healthy eating plan. It can make you quicker and more agile — and possibly stronger than you’ve ever been before. Rough Around The Edges is all about getting results -- while having a great time with an amazing tribe of powerful women who are ready to support you every step of the way.

Do I need to be extremely fit to do the Rough Around The Edges workouts?

The workouts in Rough Around The Edges are designed for those at a beginner to intermediate fitness level. And while you may find some of the moves challenging at first, the trainers break down everyone, step-by-step, so you can follow the whole progression regardless of your training experience. And if you do find the main moves too difficult, you can always follow the modifier, who demonstrates a slightly easier version of each exercise.

What equipment do I need to do Rough Around The Edges?

You’ll need a TV or mobile device with an internet connection to do the workouts in Rough Around The Edges. For some workouts, a set of dumbbells is recommended. A yoga mat is optional.

Does Rough Around The Edges have a nutritional component?

Your Openfit subscription includes access to the Openfit Nutrition Plan, which is designed to complement your Rough Around The Edges workouts to help fuel greater performance and optimize your results. Simply eat the recommended number of portions from the four Openfit Food Groups each day. It’s that easy.

To get the most out of your Rough Around The Edges workouts and help accelerate your progress, you can add Openfit Fuel pre-workout formula and Openfit Recovery post-workout formula to your fitness routines.

What type of workouts does Rough Around The Edges include?

All of the workouts in Rough Around The Edges are designed to build strength, agility, power, and quickness. Each of the trainers brings her own strength, skillset, and style to the workouts she leads. Once they are all launched, there will be 17 workouts covering a wide range of training methods, including cardio, MMA, resistance, HIIT, core training, and dance.

Where can I stream my Rough Around The Edges workouts?

All of the Rough Around The Edges workouts — plus the 30-day program calendar and the bonus videos — can be found within the member portal on Openfit. You can connect to Openfit via the internet using your laptop, smartphone, or tablet. You can also stream workouts directly to your TV with Roku (other streaming services will be added soon). And now, with our convenient Openfit smartphone app, you can easily access your Openfit programs and stats even when you’re traveling or away from your home or office.

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