Element: Barre Conditioning

October 15, 2014 - Comment

Grace meets athleticism in these two innovative workouts. Shot in a picturesque garden overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the standing Burn & Firm program is designed to elevate your heart rate as it tones your upper body, lifts your seat, shapes your legs and strengthens your core. It starts with isometric conditioning using small controlled movements

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Grace meets athleticism in these two innovative workouts. Shot in a picturesque garden overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the standing Burn & Firm program is designed to elevate your heart rate as it tones your upper body, lifts your seat, shapes your legs and strengthens your core. It starts with isometric conditioning using small controlled movements and then layers on larger low impact moves designed to build heat with a vigorous flow. This combination will help increase your energy level and sculpt the slim, well-proportioned physique (or silhouette) of a dancer. The Lengthen & Strengthen program is a dynamic combination of standing barre work and floor work focused on tightening and toning very precisely targeted areas to create a balanced body that is long, strong and lean.

Comments

J Spiegel says:

A fun workout I look forward to doing! I won’t review a workout unless I try it for at least 3 weeks unless I feel it’s unsafe or unless I just can’t bear doing it after a week or so. That wasn’t the case with Element: Barre Conditioning with Sadie Lincoln. This was a fun workout! First of all it was set in a beautiful location – which was really nice considering so many workouts are set in bare bones studios with a fake plant somewhere in the background – boring! This is set with the Pacific Ocean in the background – which gives a…

Trish "A Sun Salutin', Crochet Hookin' Chick!" says:

Exactly what I was looking for! If you have read my other Fitness DVD reviews, you know that I am a AFAA certified group instructor and also a FITtour yoga instructor.I have always been an at-home exerciser and have over 100 yoga, pilates,step, strength training, dance and other fitness DVD’s.When I ordered this DVD from the Vine program, I had just hurt the top of my right foot. Nothing serious, but it was uncomfortable to jump.I have several low impact type DVD’s–five of Ellen Barrett’s, two…

doctor_beth "doctor_beth" says:

Two excellent barre-style workouts offer a particular challenge for the lower body NOTE: I received a free copy of this DVD to review for the web site Metapsychology Online Reviews; please see that site for a more detailed version of my review.This DVD features Sadie Lincoln, founder of the barre3 method and studios. Like most of the other videos in the Element series, Barre Conditioning offers two separate routines, both of which use a high-backed chair in place of a traditional ballet barre. Lincoln also recommends use of a mat for both routines, and for the…

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