Walking Guide

17-Minute Barre Workout

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About This Workout
If Pilates sculpts your body, Xtend Barre chisels it. Developed by professional dancer, choreographer, and Pilates instructor Andrea Rogers, Xtend Barre combines the grace and flexibility of dance with the strength and sculpting of Pilates to give you a long, strong, lean physique. Get the dancer's arms you've always wanted, starting with this video! Read Coach Nicole's independent review of "Xtend Barre: Lean and Chiseled".
  • Length: 17 minutes
  • Equipment: Light dumbbells
  • Type of Workout: Barre-style strength training (toning) plus stretching
  • Muscles Worked: Upper body (shoulders, triceps, upper back, biceps, chest) and legs
  • Fitness Level: Intermediate to advanced
  • Impact: Medium Impact
  • Safety Precautions: This workout moves at a lively pace, so slow down if necessary to maintain proper form. Feel free to modify with no weights as well.
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Member Comments

That was a great arms workout. my arms feel great and stronger now. Report
Great workout Report
Such a challenge that I did it again. Report
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Whew! Report
17 Minute Barre Workout. I saved this one for last. Wasn't sure I could do it. But I did. 😄 Had a little trouble once we got down on the floor but I plan to do this more. Eventually, I'll get the floor exercises better. This is a great 17 minute work out. Hope I can save it on SPTV My Workouts. Report
I LOVED this workout. I took a ballet exercise class FORTY years ago and loved it! Turns out I became pregnant at the very beginning of the class- boy was it hard to "tuck in your tummy" for the instructor after a time. The class was upstairs and I still recall having jello legs coming back down after class. Report
FYI -I just looked it up in ballet info and the word is plie pronounced plee ay meaning bending at the knees. Report
What does the word sounding like "clee-eh" mean. She uses this word alot in the workout video. Report
What a great workout even with modifications for my bad knee! Report
I know I'm not a ballerina but now I feel like one. Great workout. Report
Boy, I thought we had completed a great session... and she said, "Fantastic warm-up!" Report