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Cathe Friedrich Low Impact Series Turbo Barre DVD


 
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Instructor's name: Cathe Friedrich

Type of Workout: Toning

Fitness Level: Advanced

Equipment Needed: Resistance Loop, Barre or Chair, Hand Weights

Total Running Time: 74 Minutes
Warm-up: 10.5 minutes (cardio/toning/stretch)
Workout: 56.5 minutes (toning)
Cool-down: 8 minutes (stretch)
Total Workout Time: 75 minutes

Release Date: 2011

Region: 0 (Worldwide)

Chapters:
Introduction
Play
Chapters
Warm Up
Upper/Lower Body Muscle Endurance
Leg Work with Firewalker Loops
Ballet Barre Leg Conditioning
Thigh Focus
Glutes/Hamstring Focus
Calf Raises
Floor Work
Push Ups
Tricep Dips
Planks
Abs
Stretch
Premixes
Lower Body Express (52:21)
Turbo Barre Express #1 (64:13)
Turbo Barre Express #2 (57:24)
Credits
Audio Settings


This results oriented low impact workout focuses on strength, flexibility, and high energy fun. If you don't already own my Turbo Tower, feel free to use a chair to participate in this workout.

This routine is the ultimate long and lean total body strengthening workout and uses most of the same methods that many professional dancers use when they train. Expect to combine elements of Pilates, yoga, and ballet, drizzled with some light cardio benefits for an excellent total body conditioning workout. After a warm up, you'll strengthen the upper and lower body with light to moderate hand weights. Have a lighter and heavier set handy so you can quickly make adjustments to challenge your muscles appropriately. After the hand weight conditioning segment, you'll get your turbo bar or a chair for a very challenging lower body leg strengthening segment. Finally you'll conclude with a very intense core workout!

The time breakdown of Turbo Barre is as follows ( warm up 10:41, upper/lower body muscle endurance 10:54, leg work with firewalker loops 6:37, ballet barre leg conditioning 27:31, floorwork 4:05, abs/core 7:34, stretch 7:42) - Total time 74 min.


Average Customer Review: 4 of 5 | Total Reviews: 4 Write a review.


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Wish it was a bit more difficult July 9, 2014
Reviewer: Bells  
Good workout, but I kept finding my mind wander and looking at the clock.  However, I do find I do that with repetitions.  I then added ankle weights and it felt tougher which kept my mind engaged.  Without ankle weights, I would save this for a "lazy day" - a day where I am not gung-ho on working out.  Good endurance work with the ankle weights.

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Not bad but not great July 7, 2014
Reviewer: Michelle from Canada  
It is always a pleasure to work out to Cathe with her great personality and well done workout routines. It was boring to me in that the focus on form was not there for what I am used to getting from Barre workouts. The mind body connection was lacking. It is a great way for people to cross train. I think someone who has less experience with Barre type workouts would be happy with this. Cathe as I said is always great at motivation and making a solid flowing workout no matter what it is.

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Barre with a Cathe spin July 4, 2014
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from GA United States  
This is a varied, athletic version of barre workouts. Among barre workouts, I give it four stars for difficulty level and varied exercises at a moderate pace. I think compared to other Cathe workouts, it's also a more moderate difficulty level. No gasping for breath and wishing for water breaks here, but a good, intermediate barre workout with Cathe's usual pleasant, motivating personality. I enjoy this when I don't feel much like working out, because somehow Cathe convinces me to do a little bit more and pretty soon the hour is up and I feel like I got a solid workout.

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  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
 
Real Men Do Ballet February 9, 2013
Reviewer: Sean  
Being a man, I'm a bit embarrassed to admit that I own this DVD, but it provides a great, well-rounded workout. Helping to ease my embarrassment is the fact that many male athletes and martial artists supplement their training with ballet and pilates.

Anyway, this workout is deceptively tough, but the graceful movements help keep me balanced between my weight training, cardio, and martial arts sessions. Since I don't have a bar, I did the workout without any balance aid, which made it even more challenging. It's also a fairly long workout (75 minutes), with a good amount of customization that Cathe's DVDs are known for.

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