Who’s ready to go barre hopping? In fitness – and in current quarantine – this takes on a whole new meaning. The good news is, we’ve got your ticket to an all-access pass to full-body workouts that focus on major muscle groups including the arms, thighs, glutes, and core. Just check out any one of our videos from our Inspired Barre Workout Series for Home.
Barre Gliders – grab some gliders (or paper plates) and use them to glide your way to a sculpted body. From planks, pauses, and poses (child’s pose, that is) these 5-moves at 8-reps each are a sure-fire way to get your at-home work out worked into your schedule.
Barre Bridges – isolate and strengthen your glute muscles and hamstrings while enhancing core stability with bridge workouts. This quick 13-minute exercise includes warm-up, targeting your abdominal muscles and the muscles of lower back and hip, as well as a cool-down stretch.
Barre Combo Work – This quick 15-minute routine will offer cardio, strength training, and stretching. Just add 2lb weights or even some canned goods to give each movement an extra boost of effort for even better results. Enjoy some easy tricep rows, move into bicep curls, add some squats and finish with some solid exhales.
Barre Planks – a mini workout that is as powerful as it is brief. This 11-minute exercise begins with the basics of breathing and launches straight into high planks (with variations offered based on your level of comfort), toe taps, side planks, plank push-ups, and a well-deserved child’s pose post-planking.
Barre Legs 1 – Pull up a chair. Literally. It’s leg day. Toe taps, lunges, squats, knee lifts, and plie pulses will have your bottom half looking top-notch. Don’t skip leg day. Pick from any of our Inspired Barre workout series for home videos. You’re just minutes away from barre legs that will look even better as bare legs this coming season.
Barre Core – Because barre focuses heavily on balance and strength, your core is an integral part of training. Engage your abdominals and correct alignment with a heavy core workout that keeps tummies toned.
Barre Glutes – A strong butt helps you perform daily movements, like walking and lifting, more efficiently, and it provides power in your workouts. You’ll want to boost your bum workouts with a barre glute routine that helps your “peach” and your posture.
Barre Total Body – Bundle all the benefits Barre has to offer with a total body workout in just 20 minutes. Get a head-to-toe transformation with no equipment. Just perform this quick combination of abs, lower body and cardio that will sculpt your entire body.