I have been toying with the idea of an adult ballet class for some time here and there. And now I have actually taken action because now I am a girl that takes action and does stuff! Plus I just feel a bit more confident in general so I’m sure that helped.
Next Wednesday I will be taking my first Ballerobica class!
From their site:
Our Main Program – Ballerobica is a 60 minute total body workout that combines the fundamentals of ballet with cardio and strength training. The ballet bar (barre) is used to support the body in both static and dynamic movement, which leads to long, lean muscles. The cardio revs up your metabolic rate for an increased calorie burn, and the strength training tones and tightens. This hybrid workout burns fat and produces perky bottoms, creates toned arms, lean thighs, and flat abs. The end result is a leaner more graceful body that has been toned and tightened in all the right
Ballerobica classes are set to sweat inspiring music and follow a vigorous pace moving through specific exercise sequences designed to shape and lift the entire body. Immediately following each sequence the target muscle group is stretch thoroughly to elongate and lengthen the muscle. This technique allows you to work and strengthen your muscles without the bulk. Not only will you achieve a longer, leaner look, but you will also gain increased flexibility.
No equipment is used in class except for the ballet barre. All strength training is done using your own bodyweight. Because no additional weights are used, this is the perfect workout for people with injuries or physical limitations. It is the safest most effective and efficient, way to tone your entire body.
Fast body shaping results
Extreme Core Strength
Greater range of motion
Reduced Body Fat
Improved Posture and body alignment
Fluid body movement
Increased Stamina and Energy
Connects the Mind and Body
Supportive Group Environment
I’m really looking forward to this! And? When they have a straight up Intro to Ballet class available at a time that works with my schedule, I’ll check that out, too.
Consider cardio stepped up. With dance! I’ll try not to act like this guy: