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The Secrets of Barre Workout Methods

The Secrets of Barre Workout Methods

  If you are unfamiliar with barre workouts, you are missing out on an exercise program that can change the way you look and feel. By combining several modes of exercise including dance conditioning, isometrics, interval training and physical therapy practices, your muscles will become elongated, your body will be...
Barre Workouts Explained

Barre Workouts Explained

Release the dancers body inside of you.  An elongated, lean and fit physique using Barre workout techniques. These techniques use a combination of ballet, yoga, pilates, and dance to effectively help you achieve the toning, shaping, and elasticity of the your muscles without bulking that restricts the graceful, natural and...
The Fluidity Bar: A Barre Workout for in Class or at Home

The Fluidity Bar: A Barre Workout for in Class or at Home

Staying in shape has its price and many times it is high. Sure, you can exercise at home, but most people do not have the motivation, or the knowledge, when it comes to what exercises they should be doing. If you are a fan of the barre method workout, you probably already know that classes tend to be pricey. That is fine if you can afford it. After all, it is a great workout that in a short period of time can transform the look of your body. But if money is tight or you...
The Bar Method Pregnancy Workout

The Bar Method Pregnancy Workout

When a woman is pregnant, it is necessary for her to watch her heart rate and level of activity. While she does not have to give up exercise, she may not be able to workout at the same pace and intensity as she may have prior to becoming pregnant. For women who still want to stay active during those nine months, The Bar Method pregnancy workout is a perfect way to do just that.  Can a Pregnant Woman Perform Barre Method Exercises? Because pregnant women often have to abstain from higher impact exercises and lifting heavy weights,...
Barre3: A New Spin on the Barre Workout Method

Barre3: A New Spin on the Barre Workout Method

Have you ever seen the body of a dancer and wondered how you could get that kind of physique—toned arms and legs, a flat midsection and a tall, posture-perfect stance? Well, you can. Barre method classes are all the rage right now and they are popping up in studios, gyms and fitness centers all over the world.   Barre3 was founded by Sadie Lincoln, who has more than twenty years of experience in the fitness industry. The “3” represents balance, practice and life. Her philosophy is that work is a “balanced and integrated part of life.”...
Toning and Sculpting the Pure Barre Way

Toning and Sculpting the Pure Barre Way

Ever wanted to look like a dancer, but thought you couldn’t? Have you ever noticed how flat their abs are and how toned their arms and legs look? Well, it is possible to have that physique even if you have no dance experience whatsoever. Pure Barre is a variation of traditional barre method workouts, but with some minor tweaks.  Variations of Barre Workout Methods Since its beginning, barre classes have become a near overnight success story. Gyms, fitness centers and studios have added these classes to their schedules. Some people have even got creative with...
The Booty Barre: Lifting and Tightening One Workout at a Time

The Booty Barre: Lifting and Tightening One Workout at a Time

What do Jennifer Lopez, Kim Kardashian and Beyonce have in common? They all have backsides that are the envy of most women and the pleasure of looking at for most men. Whether it is genetics, hard work or luck, these women are fortunate enough to have curves in all the right places. But do not think you have to be a celebrity to get a booty like theirs. The Booty Barre workout promises to give you these much sought after goods.  Where did Booty Barre Come From? Booty Barre is an offshoot from the original...
The Bar Method: Changing the Look of Fitness

The Bar Method: Changing the Look of Fitness

The Bar Method integrates the fat burning format of interval training, the muscle shaping technique of isometrics, the elongating principles of dance conditioning, and the science of physical therapy to create a revolutionary new workout that quickly and safely reshapes your entire body. History of The Bar Method Lotte Berk, a German dancer who fled the Nazi’s in the late 1930’s, had injured her back and needed rehabilitative therapy. She decided to combine this therapy with her ballet bar movements and came up with this new form of workout. She opened up her first studio in...
Ballerobica: Cardiovascular Exercise Meets Ballet

Ballerobica: Cardiovascular Exercise Meets Ballet

Just because you have two left feet when you dance does not mean you cannot enjoy moving to the music. What if someone told you there was a workout that incorporated classical ballet moves with kickboxing and body sculpting? And no previous dance experience was required. What if you were also told that this would make you look and feel stronger, leaner and even taller? You may think someone was pulling your leg. However, the Ballerobica workout program is designed to do all this and much more.  What is Ballerobica? In order to get the...
Xtend Barre - Believe the Hype

Xtend Barre – Believe the Hype

Xtend Barre workouts have gained tremendous popularity as an exercise program that will transform your body making it leaner, longer and stronger. Barre method workouts are designed around traditional yoga and Pilates exercises as well as elements of dance. There is even isometric work involved and some physical therapy principles. During this hour long workout, you can expect continuous movement and a whole lot of muscle fatigue as you go from one exercise to the other with minimal to no rest. Types of Barre Workouts What started out as a basic barre method class that...
Cardio Barre: Adding Intensity to the Barre Method Workout

Cardio Barre: Adding Intensity to the Barre Method Workout

What if you could sculpt your muscles to look like a dancer and get a great cardiovascular workout at the same time? What if this could all be done using nothing but nonimpact exercises, light weights and a ballet bar? You would probably say it was near impossible. Well, Cardio Barre—the latest version of a barre method workout—is making it all possible.  Variety of Barre Method Classes From its original philosophy of combining dance with principles of Pilates and yoga, the barre method has evolved into a variety of different formats. Pure Barre, Barre3, Fluidity...