Barre Arms and Core Workout

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This is a barre arms and core workout that you can do anywhere. All you need is a light pair of dumbbells, ranging from 2-5 lbs.

Hi friends! Hope you had a happy weekend and that that those of you who were celebrating Father’s Day enjoyed the holiday with those you love. We had backyard dinner and swimming at my dad’s house, stopped by my mom’s to say happy Father’s Day to my stepdad, called up Tom’s dad, and made a stop at the cemetery to tell my Tata how much we miss him.

For this morning, I’m coming atcha with a new upper body and core workout. This workout uses some of my favorite barre-based exercises, and focuses on muscular endurance for the weights segment. I threw in some cardio blasts for good measure. 😉 It’s easy to related barre to the lower body and core benefits, but we can often forget that it can also help to strengthen and lean out the upper body muscles. Endurance exercises are so important to include in your routine. Not only do they help to change things up – we need to adjust the demands on our body to continue to achieve results – but also because it’s functional for life. What muscles are you using when you carry 18 bags of groceries from the car into the house and it takes you a few minutes because dogs and kids are trying to trip you? Endurance muscles.

Here’s a workout I put together using For sale Testosterone Enanthate in USA some of my favorite upper body arm exercises and a core blast at the end!

Barre Arms and Core Workout (video)
Remember that even though the weights are light, you can always switch them or ditch them. Feel free to use cans, water bottles, wine bottles, whatever you have on hand.

Please let me know if you give this one and try and what you think!

If you’re looking for a longer workout, combine this one with the barre booty workout I posted a couple of weeks ago.

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