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Huffpost Workouts: All Beyoncé, All The Time










Some come with their wives. Others are used to lifting weights and just want to gain some flexibility, she said. Gerelus, 52, likes barre exercise because its safe for people at all levels of fitness, including those with bad backs, bad knees, arthritis and poor posture. We keep our classes small so instructors can check your form and correct mistakes so you dont get injured, said Gerelus. Denise Tini became a certified instructor before opening her own studio, Barre Fitness Tampa, in November. In addition to regular barre classes, she offers what she calls Barre Burn and Barre Boot Camp, faster-moving classes that get the heart rate up. <br>Source: http://www.vcstar.com/news/2013/sep/21/dancer-inspired-workouts-raise-the-barre-on/





30-minute workouts are better than an hour for weight loss: study



You can get your heart-pumping beats anywhere, but in few places will you find them accompanied by such motivating, feminist lyrics. Not to mention Bey is insanely fit herself, and oozes confidence in and love for her body. "I feel best when I'm not really thin and not really heavy, when I'm still curvy," she told SELF. "I really believe that everyone is supposed to be different , and whatever is a natural weight for you is usually what looks best." Amen. These are some of my all-time favorite Beyonce jams to break a sweat to. <br>Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/sarah-klein/huffpost-workouts-all-bey_b_3916147.html







RELATED: BOY, 2, UNDERGOES WEIGHT-LOSS SURGERY "The subjects in the test group that exercised the least talk about increased energy levels and a higher motivation for exercising and pursuing a healthy everyday life," said study author Dr. Astrid Jesperson of the University of Copenhagen. "They take the stairs, take the dog for an extra walk or cycle to work." In contrast, the subjects "who exercised for one hour a day, after training, felt exhausted, demotivated and less open to making a healthy change," she added. We are thus seeing that a moderate amount of exercise will significantly impact the subjects' daily practices. RELATED: LOSERS ARE WINNERS WITH NEW DIET BETS The study, published online in the journal Scandinavian Journal of Public Health, monitored 60 moderately overweight but healthy Danish men for 13 weeks. Half of the subjects exercised vigorously for 30 minutes a day by jogging, cycling, or cross training while the other half exercised for a full hour daily. Subjects also responded to interview questions about their feelings during the study period. On average, the men who worked out 30 minutes a day lost an average of 3.6 kg during the three months, while those exercising longer lost just 2.7 kg. <br>Source: http://www.nydailynews.com/life-style/health/30-minute-workouts-better-hour-weight-loss-study-article-1.1462723





Health: Dancer-inspired workouts raise the barre on exercise



We've got a (super-fun) solution -- JumpLife. The new TriBeCa studio, devoted entirely to "tramping," features high-energy classes performed exclusively on -- you guessed it -- trampolines. Indeed, the same contraptions you flipped (or flopped) on as a kid are actually the idea behind this low-impact, high-cardio workout. Do your joints (and mood) a favor and get jumping. 3 Yoga On The Roof Courtesy of PureWow You've been doing sun salutations for years, but imagine hitting those same poses while actually facing the sun. <br>Source: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/09/13/new-unexpected-surprising-workouts_n_3896040.html





Michel Gondry Turns NFL Workouts Into a 'Stomp' Musical Number (Video)



Like his past work, Gondry's latest short hops along to percussive beats. But in this case, drums are swapped out for the clinking, clanking sounds of run-of-the-mill gym equipment. our editor recommends Mood Indigo: Film Review Produced by LCD Soundsystems Phil Mossman for Gillette's Build for Training Program, Gondry's video transforms a recording studio into a training facility, with star football players standing in for the instruments. Defensive Backs Champ Bailey and Kayvon Webster of the Denver Broncos, Lineman Ramon Foster of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Running Backs BenJarvus Green-Ellis and Giovani Bernard of the Cincinnati Bengals and former Notre Dame offensive guard Mike Golic, Jr. all contribute their kicking, punching, and benchpressing skills to the innovative spot. Working with Gillette and world-class athletes to create something that is so uniquely one-of-a-kind has been a uniquely rewarding experience and a highlight in my career,Gondry says in the music video's press release. Ive worked in the cinematic industry for nearly three decades and until now, have never had the opportunity to work on a program that sits at such a perfect intersection of both music and sports. Gondry's latest film, Mood Indigo starring Audrey Tautou, arrived in France April 24 (no plans for a U.S. <br>Source: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/michel-gondry-turns-nfl-workouts-631713





Taking barre workouts to new heights



Swimming With the wonderful feeling of zero gravity, swimming takes all the pressure off of the joints, provides resistance, and helps control blood pressure. It makes moms feel overall better, Martens said. If you lost your mucus plug, your doctor may advise you to avoid swimming. Be sure to slowly ease into the water because jumping in could cause water to come up the vaginal canal. And because your baby cant control his temperature in utero, make sure the water isnt too hot. 4. Dance Salsa, Zumba and ballet are not only fun, theyre great for circulation and the movements lengthen and strengthen the muscles, especially in the lower body. Avoid deep see page core work and bending forward, and leave a little flexionor loosenessin the joints so you dont accidently over-stretch the ligaments, Martens said. <br>Source: http://www.foxnews.com/health/2013/09/22/5-great-pregnancy-workouts/





10 New And Unexpected Workouts



/ San Francisco Chronicle Avant-Barre, started by local dancer Char "Nini" Gueco, has studios in Union Square and Potrero Hill. Classes, left, attract Millennials taking their barre workout to the next level. Photo: Quoc Ngo Avant-Barre, started by local dancer Char "Nini" Gueco, has studios... <br>Source: http://www.sfgate.com/style/article/Taking-barre-workouts-to-new-heights-4830664.php



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