Sorting Out the Differences of Bar Method, The Dailey Method, Body Bar, and More

Pure Barre-
With Pure Barre you use the ballet barre to perform isometric exercises that tone your butt, thighs, abs, hips, and arms. There isn't any bouncing or jumping and every strengthening ... more 
Pure Barre-
With Pure Barre you use the ballet barre to perform isometric exercises that tone your butt, thighs, abs, hips, and arms. There isn't any bouncing or jumping and every strengthening exercise is followed by lots of stretching. less 
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Thu, Oct 6, 2011 3:44 PM EDT
Source: Sorting Out the Differences of Bar Method, The Dailey Method, Body Bar, and More



Your parents will be happy to know that those ballet classes you took as a kid aren't going to waste, thanks to a new wave of ballet-inspired workout classes popping up in cities all across the country. Put on your yoga wear, find your place in front of the bar, and stretch your way to a elongated, lean body - Black Swan style. But what class does what? Or are they all quite similar? Here's a rundown of some top classes across the country that use a bar as their main exercise equipment.




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