Disclaimer: I received a trial class in exchange for this review. However, the opinions expressed here are 100 percent my own. (Accordance with FTC’s 16 CFR Part 255, “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”)
I’ve tried a LOT of workouts in my journey to be healthy. Some of them, like my trip to CitySurf Fitness and Politicians Pole Dancing took a lot of coordination. So I was relieved when I found out that there was a Pure Barre opening in my neck of the woods. (The same of the neck of the woods that is home to every major restaurant chain in the universe all down one road and scored in the top 20 as one of the Fatest Cities in America.)
And the thought of moving like a ballerina and flexing my leg looked pretty easy, so I was gonna be like the next Black Swan.
Oh, did I have a lot to learn.
While Pure Barre does mirror many movements used by ballerinas with the use of the barre, it is so much more. Considered an “intelligent exercise” (because smart women like me do it…not really, but the idea made me laugh), the PBT is a total body workout using small isometric movements set to contemporary music to keep you paced while you burn.
Oh, yes, you will feel the burn. But in a good way. (Like the you-know-change-is-happening-kind-of-way!)
Best of all, results are said to happen within 10 classes. (Now that’s good enough for me!)
…Read more about my Pure Barre Arlington experience here!
Pure Barre Arlington
2500 NE Green Oaks, Suite 128
Arlington, Texas 76006
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