Barre fitness offers numerous benefits. You will enjoying building and strengthening muscles and core strength. Your posture will greatly improve and give your body a lean and toned look. The physical benefits also include enhancing your flexibility and improving your balance. We’d love for you to come in and talk to our Barre Fitness enthusiasts who will testify how you will see changes in your body, gain strength and tone that hard-to-target muscles in your core, arms, and legs. Some will tell you this is noticeable in as little as five classes. And worth mentioning anyone no matter their age, weight or fitness level will hit the bar and get results.
Sound too good to be true? After digging deeper into this ballet-inspired workout, you’ll quickly learn why rapid progress is possible. There is an isometric contraction that makes up the bulk of a Barre exercise when the muscle tenses without changing length. Isometric exercise is a great way to maintain muscle strength. It strengthens muscles without straining tendons or ligaments, such that there is less risk of injury compared to other traditional strength training. Another amazing factor in this one-inch movement is that it holds a posture and benefits from continuously engaging the muscle while getting a mini-recovery with each pulse the reason why you stay in the hold longer. Moreover, depending on your body type and fitness level, you will see and feel changes in three weeks to three months making a major change in your body that is developing a natural youthfulness, power, and grace and wonderful, natural posture and a lifted backside.
Barre exercise is is a highly efficient workout since you are doing just two to three movements, holding, pulsing, stretching at a time in each move. The smaller movements in a Barre class will bring a new level of awareness to the body that you do not get in regular strength workouts. It will improve muscularly activation for frequently underused muscles by strengthening the mind-body connection.
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