Thank you Bar Method for sponsoring this giveaway post.
I would not consider myself a trendy fitness buff but I do enjoy a new workout challenge. I realize the Bar Method workout has been popular for sometime but I only recently tried a Bar Method workout after a neighbor loaned me her video. I never knew you did not need a bar to perform the exercises and I love that is low impact as my boot camp class has worn out this old body. I am not trying to lose weight just stand with the old input out put diet method. Make sure your out put (exercise) equals your input (calorie intake). Since I am always researching recipes, this can be a handicap to my weight!
But back to the purpose of this post:
The Bar Method workout integrates the fat-burning format of interval training, the muscle shaping technique of isometric, the elongating principles of dance conditioning, and the science of physical therapy to create a revolutionary workout that quickly and safely re-shapes your entire body. The Bar Methods unique non-impact exercises target all major muscle groups and increasing physical grace. The result is a recognizable Bar Method Body that features sculpted arms, flat abs, a lifted seat and firm thighs.
Bar Method® Pregnancy Workout
Master teacher Lee Potter in her third trimester with twins adds her own special wit and playfulness to the Bar Method’s pre-natal workout, a long-standing and popular class at its flagship studio in San Francisco. Lee leads you through a series of gentle, safe and challenging moves, including free-weight work, thigh exercises, standing seat-work, and abdominal strengthening performed while propped up on pillows. Lee’s fellow performers are Hannah Blue, co-owner of the Downtown San Francisco studio and Lauren Dunning, a teacher at the Downtown San Francisco studio, both appearing in this DVD in their second trimester. As Lee puts it, this DVD “will help you feel strong during your pregnancy, will assist you in delivering your baby, and will snap you right back into shape.
What you need:
* A sturdy chair or portable bar
* A soft strap for stretching
* Two free weights that are 2-to-4 pounds each (optional)
* Two firm oversized throw pillows
One lucky reader will win this Bar Method Pregnancy Workout. No reason to stop exercising when you are pregnant maybe just try something new and fun. Enter this rafflecopter below.
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