Live Event | Barre Cardio-Strength Interval with Lauren Eirk
Recorded Live Events Winter 2023 • 1h 8m
This workout will feature longer strength training intervals at the barre or on the floor using dumbbells and a thigh band, interspersed with some faster paced bodyweight moves to keep the body active and drive up the heart rate.
Research shows that interval training — workouts in which you alternate periods of high-intensity exercise with low-intensity recovery periods — increases fitness and burns more calories over a short period of time than steady-state cardio.
Many love their cardio, but it is really just doing the same thing for your whole workout time. We must work to maintain our muscles as we age, so a variety of positions, resistance applications and movement patterns are crucial!
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