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The Workout Barre? What is that? Ladies, you'll be so happy you checked it out!

The Workout Barre?  What is That? 

No dance experience necessary! When it comes to exercise, many women have discovered that they need small connected classes with focused attention on them. Women want a place where they can feel welcome, comfortable and successful. But what is the main reason for all the rage?  The dramatic and quick results!  Within about 10 classes or less most women are smiling from ear to ear talking about the results they and others are already noticing. "Women see results quickly with barre, it's a one-stop shop that includes all the essentials of a well-rounded exercise program, plus it's perfect for women who are short on time. That's a workout women will always need!"

The Benefits of Barre
The major benefits of barre are improved posture, muscle tone and definition, weight loss, inches shaved, increased flexibility, increased balance, increased stability, increased core strength, and reduced stress.

Who is Barre Right For?
Unlike most exercise programs, women at just about any age or fitness level can sign up for a class: also Barre classes are perfect for most pregnant women because they're low impact.  For some women, one Personal Barre session prior to their group classes becomes the most valuable barre investment they could make.  Proper form and understanding of basic modifications for injuries is key to getting results quickly and safely. 

What to Expect from a Barre Class
During this 60 minute class, you'll start with a warm up and sequence of upper-body exercises, which include light weights, to target the biceps, triceps, chest, and back muscles. Next, you'll move to the ballet barre and your own body weight for resistance to focus on the lower body, including calves, thigh, and seat muscles.  Posture and alignment are constantly stressed, requiring great mental focus, which keeps your mind in the moment and off your stressors.  The class is segmented, with stretches between fatiguing each body part.  You will be cued by our instructor with detailed instructions for each move, told when to hold, pulse, reset.  Your core will be engaged the entire class and then targeted at the end. For the cool down, you'll go through a series of stretches to increase flexibility and allow your muscles to recover.

What to Wear to Barre
Leggings, a sports bra and tank are perfect. Grip socks for your feet… not shoes.   

How Barre Stacks Up Against Cardio
One of the best parts of Barre is that it combines strength training and cardio, so you're burning fat and building muscle at the same time. Muscle burns 15 times as many calories as fat. The more you do Barre, the more calories you'll burn 'round the clock."  Time to get to The Workout Barre.  There is power in the pulse!

www.theworkoutbarre.com
 


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