Barre is a workout that focuses on your core and strengthening the muscles around your spine. It's perfect for those who are looking to firm up their abs, tone their thighs, improve balance and flexibility. Let me tell you why I love barre workouts!
Barre has been proven to be an effective workout for weight loss and in just 30 minutes per day it can give you results comparable with hours of running or cycling. Not only does it help burn calories, but also helps stimulate fat cells which burns more fat as opposed to breaking down muscle tissue like some other workouts do. The exercises themselves combine both strength training with targeted movements designed to lengthen your muscles while giving them a good stretch at the same time so they don't end up tight or stiff. You won't be bulky with barre.
In just 60 days of barre, you will begin to see the toning and sculpting that is inevitable with consistent exercise. The workout strengthens your core while improving balance--and it does so for all those tiny muscles around the skeletal system (those you didn't know existed! OUCH!). With a stronger body comes better health, less stress on joints like knees or ankles from over-exertion in other forms of exercise such as running or cycling
Barre can be done anywhere - inside or outside. The weight requirements are light, usually one or two pounds. some ladies use cans of soup instead of bulky dumbbells. And a kitchen countertop or outside railing can replace the in-studio bar.
Barre is a great workout for homes with small living spaces! The movements are slow and controlled, which means you can do it virtually anywhere. Barre workouts require minimal space in your home or apartment to accommodate the exercises. This makes them perfect if you live in an urban area where apartments are often cramped and have little room for fitness routines like running on treadmills that take up loads of floor space
Barre is one of the most popular ways for women who want slim, toned arms, thighs or tums - but don't have time for long sessions at the gym. It's also perfect if you're recovering from injury as it puts little pressure on joints so they won't be put under strain like weightier classes might do. You can burn up to 500 calories in an hour with barre workouts.
You'll feel more flexible after just one class too! Barre classes use a ballet-inspired practice to strengthen and lengthen muscles that often get neglected in other fitness routines like running or weight lifting. Who doesn't want to feel like a graceful ballerina. Watch out Misty Copeland!
If you’ve been looking for a new way to get your core in shape, try Barre. We know that it can be hard to find the time and money to make healthy choices every day. That’s why we created this blog post as part of our wellness series! Read on for more information about how barre is great for your core muscles, plus some tips on finding the best classes near you. Have you tried barre? Chime in with what instructors or studios have worked well for you by posting below!