Friday, June 10, 2011

BeyondBarre Offered at Joe's Place-True Pilates

Joe's Place-True Pilates is now certified to offer BeyondBarre classes!! What is BeyondBarre you might ask? Designed by New York Pilates in Motion owner Colleen Ketchum, a certified Power Pilates Instructor, and Michelle Duvall, a fellow Power Pilates teacher, the BeyondBarre exercise program focuses on proper form and body alignment to avoid strain and injury and produce optimum body transforming results. And because they included modifications for each exercise, the program can be done by all fitness levels. It is truly a unique, body transforming ballet barre workout that combines:
  • Body Sculpting
  • Fat Burning
  • Muscle Lengthening
  • Glide Board for Incredible Results
  • Barre to Sculpt the Thighs & Lift the Seat
  • Light Weights to Tone the Arms
  • Ab Work to Narrow the Waist
  • BeyondBarre Glide Board for Fun Cardio

BeyondBarre kicks up the typical barre exercise program several notches with its one of a kind cardio series. The result? A true body sculpting, fat burning workout unlike any other. Each 55 minute session consists of:

  • Ballet Inspired Barre Leg Work to Build Long, Lean Legs
  • Free Weights for Upper Body Sculpting
  • A Stomach Flattening Abdominal Series
  • Pattent Pending BeyondBarre Glide Board

Each exercise is thoughtfully and purposefully placed in the class exercise order to maximize the ability to burn fat, sculpt the body and build long, lean muscles. The teachers took ballet barre leg sculpting exercises and amplified them. The program is designed to strengthen the muscles by working to fatigue then stretch to lengthen and sculpt. By adding the BeyondBarre glide board cardio, along with balls, bands and funky music mixes, you slim down while having fun.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Another piece of exercise equipmabdominal exercise equipment is the exercise ball. To use this ball, you sit on the ball with your feet flat on the floor. Then you slowly slide until the ball is under your back and your body is parallel to the floor. Tighten the abdomen muscles and hold for the count of ten and then release.