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Barre Bootcamp

Belly up to the BARRE for a ballet-infused Pilates workout designed to sculpt muscle, burn calories and make some new friends while becoming a part of an amazing local fitness & wellness community. 

Barre is the class where ballet meets Pilates and mobility but You don’t need any dance experience—you won't be doing pirouettes. You’ll start with a mat-based warm-up with variations of planks and push-ups, followed by more upper body resistance exercises, and continue at the barre with a series of standing lower-body exercises to work your thighs, calves and glutes. Finally, you’ll finish the workout with core-focused moves at the barre or a short ab session on the mat and then cool down with some stretching. Moves are mostly bodyweight, but variations are offered with resistance bands, bender balls and light weights to fire up your muscles! Feel free to wear sweats or leggings a t shirt or tank top and rock your socks or go barefoot on your yoga mat. 

 If you’re looking to sweat we won’t disappoint as each class is set to a pace and beat that offers you a cardio workout along with muscle sculpting movements and a deep closing stretch for optimal recovery and mobility! 
 

Barre-Tenders, Amber and Katelyn answer some frequently asked questions about Barre.

Question:

Is this class for gymnasts, ballerinas, Pilates pros or fitness enthusiasts? What if I have zero experience and feel totally out of shape?

Answer:

The Barre is for anyone who wants to move their body, workout, get in shape, feel good, build confidence, burn calories, have some fun, sweat off some stress, learn ballet-inspired movements designed to lengthen and sculpt your muscles, make new friends, laugh out loud, sculpt killer legs or any of the above. Don't stress, it's not a performance, come as you are, do what you can & learn as you go. You'll have fun!

Question:

Can I take Barre if I'm pregnant, have an injury or a medical condition?

Answer:

Yes! The Barre-tenders are well versed in human anatomy and can help you modify exercises to ensure you are comfortable while maintaining the effectiveness of the workout. Be sure to tell your instructor about your condition so they can best assist you.

Disclaimer: Always consult your physician before beginning any exercise program. This general information is not intended to diagnose any medical condition or to replace your healthcare professional.

Question:

Do I need to wear anything specific, like ballet shoes or a leotard?

Answer:

NO! Socks are preferred and any non restrictive active wear that allows free range of motion like leggings and a tank or t shirt is best!

 

Have a question for a Barre-tender? Send us a message and we’ll get back to you ASAP! 

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