I had to find a low-impact workout to replace running to keep my fibromyalgia pain away, so I started going to Pure Barre. More than 500 classes later, it's changed my life.
This barre routine, courtesy of Carrie Dorr, founder and Chief Barre Officer for Pure Barre, can be done anywhere, anytime, with zero equipment.
Pure Barre's Carrie Dorr says the key to organizing your time is to understand when you are most creative or analytical and then schedule your tasks that way.
"So why are these kinds of workouts so addictive? The positive feelings—and results—you get from a good barre class are unmatched." - Shalisa Pouw, Senior Master Teacher Trainer at Pure Barre