5 Barre Moves You Can Do At Home

You don’t have to be a ballerina to get the lean dancer’s body you envy. You’ve probably heard about barre and maybe you would really like to try a class, but there are any number of things holding you back: time, money, inconvenient location or maybe you just aren’t quite ready to risk making a fool of yourself in front of everyone. What you need is a little introduction in the comfort of your home where you can feel confident and you can get a great workout at no crazy cost. According to Fitness Magazine, barre uses ballet-inspired poses along with yoga and Pilates to combines isometric training with high reps of small movements. It challenges you to discipline your body into shape. Here are some barre exercises for you get that at home

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Side Plank with Weighted Barre Ball

Place one hand on the ground beneath the shoulder, arm extended. With a weighted barre ball in the other hand, lift your hip as well as your top arm then slowly curve the arm and barre ball under the ribcage and then open back up. Repeat 8 times on each side of the body.[/su_box]

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Inner Thigh Leg Lift

Laying on your side, bring the top leg in front of you at a 90-degree angle and extend the bottom leg. Put your elbow on the ground and place your head in your hand, your other hand on the ground. Flex the foot closest to the ground and lift and lower in tiny pulses without letting it rest on the ground. Do this for two minutes and switch.[/su_box]

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