Barre Attack



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You don’t need any Ballet skills to do this class. It is a fun fitness workout to motivational music that you will love.

Barre Attack is a dynamic fusion of Pilates, Bal­let and Fit­ness.  It’s an all body work­out using the clas­sic Bal­let Barre that attacks those dreaded prob­lem areas — legs, butt, thighs and arms.

With 5 classes per week, there is sure to be a class time to suit you. There is even a mums and bubs Barre Attack class on Tuesdays!

You may have heard of Booty Barre, Barre Xtend & Barre Body… now come and Try Barre Attack at Pilates and Fitness Revolution Marrickville

Barre Attack is the same style of work out as Booty Barre, Barre Xtend or Barre Body, but with an emphasis on attacking those dreaded prob­lem areas — legs, butt, thighs and arms.

Don’t delay, Join in the fun today!

What to expect

Below is an overview of what you might expect in your first class, you’ll love it!

  • Barre Sec­tions: Think mod­i­fied Bal­let and expect to hear terms like 1st posi­tion, 2nd posi­tion and Plié. In these ses­sions you’ll gen­er­ally have one hand on the barre and be giv­ing your legs and butt a seri­ous workout.
  • Elas­tic Sec­tions: Think large elas­tic bands looped over the Barre that you then use for resis­tance. Fac­ing away from the Barre you might punch out while hold­ing the elas­tic, or hold a lunge while doing an upper body rota­tion. All of this will strengthen your core, arms and legs. It can also be a great way to de-stress.
  • Car­dio Sec­tions: With music flow­ing dif­fer­ent types of car­dio inter­vals are dis­persed through the class. This should really help with your over­all fit­ness and bur­ing calar­ies and will cer­tainly get the blood flowing.

Once you’ve attended a few classes some of the moves will become far more nat­ural and that means it’s work­ing, have Fun!

Renee Scott, the cre­ator of Barre Attack says:
“Barre Attack is designed to give clients a sexy body con­fi­dence. It helps with pos­ture, flex­i­bil­ity, bal­ance and def­i­nitely helps with over­all fit­ness, stay­ing trim and get­ting toned. Best of all though it’s fun!”

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