The best way to tone, sculpt, and strengthen muscles. Barre none.

We last wrote about Barre back in October.  In case you missed it, you can catch up here.  Go ahead and read it.  We’ll wait.




Ok, now that you’re back, we thought we’d expound on just one of the benefits of Barre.

Any good exercise program will yield positive results.  And you will feel the results.

Whether your program has you feeling stronger, more flexible, or gives you better cardiovascular health, you’re sure to notice.

But when others see you, they may or may not notice.

That’s one way Barre sets itself apart.

You see, by doing lots of small isometric exercises with light weight, you’re toning and defining your muscles in ways that will make everyone notice.

You’ll have a more sculpted look in your quads, legs, calves and glutes.  (That’s right, you won’t even need to be facing someone for them to see the difference.)

Members who come regularly see more defined biceps and triceps.

And they don’t just look good.  The look visibly stronger.

Don’t fall for the myth that to build strength you need to learn how to lift a Volkswagen.

Doing lightweight exercises to the point of muscle fatigue can be very effective at building strength, without having to look like Hulk Hogan to do it.

And remember, we’re talking to both women and men.  We know not every man wants to have 30-inch biceps.  But they do want to be healthy and strong.  That’s why so many men show up to Barre.

If you’ve never been to Barre before, don’t worry, and don’t be intimidated.  Just come a couple minutes early, and introduce yourself to the trainer.  She’ll be happy to help you make sure you’re doing everything right, and having fun doing it.

So, come join us at the Barre.  Get healthy, and look good doing it.

We wish you good health,

Columbia Basin Racquet Club

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