Pure Barre Weeks 2, 3, and 4.

I’m almost done with my Introductory Pure Barre experience, and while it was a shaky start, it is going much better!

Pure Barre Grand Ave

I didn’t mention it in my week 1 review, but after my first three classes I wasn’t sure if I would continue going for the following 5 weeks. Thankfully the more classes I went to, the more comfortable I became. Alexis is by far my favorite instructor, her moves are always a little different and her music is awesome!

I have a dance background (state champ baby!) but the workout is entirely different than my high school workouts. Mentally I think Pure Barre is more difficult than Yoga Sculpt. Sure in Sculpt you have the heat, but you also have higher energy and work bigger muscles.

Pure Barre is working all the little muscles that everyone usually ignores. The motions are small, but they are effective! I am so glad I took the introductory unlimited 5 weeks because had I taken one class, I probably wouldn’t have gone back.

Have you tried a new workout recently? How long did it take you to feel like you understood the moves?

2 thoughts on “Pure Barre Weeks 2, 3, and 4.

  1. I haven’t tried any new workouts lately, but I did try barre classes last spring and LOVED them. The studio that offered barre class no longer does, though. I’m so bummed as it is so close to my house. I’m taking lots of yoga classes at CPY, though, and I love sculpt!

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