Have you ever considered Pure Barre and counted yourself out? There are a lot of myths out there about this fitness technique. We did a little digging with our friends at Pure Barre and got these answers for you:
What is Pure Barre?
The Pure Barre technique is low-impact, protecting your joints by avoiding any bouncing or jumping. It’s a class to help you with a full-body workout concentrating on the areas women struggle with the most: hips, thighs, seat, abdominals and arms. The Pure Barre technique is low-impact, protecting your joints by avoiding any bouncing or jumping.
What should I expect at my first class?
The Pure Barre class is 55 minutes and begins with a warm-up in the center of the room, on the floor, and then standing with light weights to work those arm muscles. We’ll then move to the barre to work your thighs and your seat. After the seat work, you’ll do a series of ab exercises, followed by a cool down. While the flow of class is always the same, we are always changing the music and exercises, so you never experience the same class twice! Read more about what to bring with you.
Is what ‘they’ say true?
Here are the top 10 things you may have heard about Pure Barre and the truth and false about them.
Top 10 Pure Barre Myths: True, False & Everywhere In-Between
Do you have other questions? Feel free to call the Pure Barre at Legacy Place at (561) 622-7006 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.