It starts off with about 15 minutes of warm up. The warm up does just that, it gets you warm and ready for the main portion of the workout. The main workout is nearly 45 minutes long and then there is a little bit of stretching at the end. The DVD does have chapter menus if you want to do some of it but not the whole workout in full.
The only equipment you will need is some dumbbells and a soft inflatable ball. You will also need a chair with a high back for your barre. The beginning of the workout is a flowing yoga series. Including poses with a full range of motion that are designed to get your entire body warmed up. Then you go into four targeted segments: legs, arms, glutes and finally the core. Each section features a mix of exercises and positions and she moves through them all at a fairly quick pace. The transition is smooth from the barre to matwork and then back to the barre again. She shows modifications for most of the moves too.
Sadie Lincoln created barre3 to balance body and life. Along with her franchisees world-wide, Sadie is building a company based on the notion that both work and working out can be integrated way of life. Now you can workout anywhere and anytime with this DVD and online at barre3.com where Sadie posts innovative workouts each month.
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