Is A Prenatal Barre Workout Good For Health?

prenatal barre workout

Prenatal Barre Workout Expectant mothers are often looking for ways to stay in shape during pregnancy. But what about prenatal barre workouts? Can these low-impact, ballet-inspired classes benefit moms-to-be? The right workout can make an enormous difference in maintaining health, range of motion, and well-being during pregnancy. Let’s take a look at the benefits of…

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What Makes An Amazing Barre Class?

barre class

Barre classes are a popular exercise form that combines ballet-inspired positions, Pilates elements, and yoga stretches. Barre classes are low impact and use lighter weights to build muscular endurance and definition. A barre is used in classes to perform exercises that target small muscles in the core, glutes, arms, and legs; however, a chair or counter can be substituted for a barre at home. If you are dedicated to your workout, a simple barre can be created from PVC piping.

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Take Fun and Powerful Online Barre Classes with Brit

online barre classes

Online barre classes are a great way to get fit and minimize the risk of injury. With so many different types of online barre classes available, it is not easy to decide which one is best for you. A recent study found that apps are effective at increasing physical activity, and barre classes are a great online workout experience for those looking for a low-impact, challenging workout. Barre classes build muscular endurance, improve posture, develop core strength and increase flexibility. 

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How I Stay Consistent with My Workouts 

How I Stay Consistent

(Even when I’m not feeling it) 1. Remind me how good I feel after I move my body. The more consistent you prioritize your fitness, the more tuned in you’ll be to how much better you feel when you do. This can be hard in the beginning when you are establishing your fitness routine, but…

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How to Engage Your Pelvic Floor

Pelvic Floor

Do you know how to engage your pelvic floor? The pelvic floor consists of 14 muscles with attachment points at the front, back, and sides of your pelvis. The term “kegel” is well known, but it only focuses on the front of the pelvic floor. You want to engage the entire pelvic floor in a…

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 Three Tips to Get Back Into A Fitness Routine After Having A Baby

3 Tips

Did you know you can get back into a fitness routine and be in the best shape in under 30 minutes daily with barre workouts at home?! I did it after becoming a first-time mom, and you can too. It took me 20 months to lose my pregnancy weight. My postpartum fitness journey was not…

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How To Do 360 Breathing?

How to do 360 breathing

Diaphragm or 360 breathing is a technique that engages the entire circumference of the torso, promoting optimal oxygen exchange and enhancing the body’s relaxation response. Focusing on deep, controlled inhalations that expand the belly, sides, and back equally encourages the diaphragm to descend fully and the lungs to fill more efficiently with air. This technique…

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