Stream new weekly workouts in barre and weight training plus get access to the most challenging barre workout training programs. Get results and train with Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist, Leah Sarago.
Follow this 6 month periodized training program based on principles of progression, adaptation, and overload to get the best results using the Ballet Body workouts. This system uses over 75 workouts to help you achieve the "Ballet Body" inspired physique.
A must have workout post pregnancy to help tighten the abdominal muscles. This ab workout just like the first requires a great deal of attention to form with the mind-muscle connection of pulling the naval in towards the spine and using the core to perform and control the pendulum movements.
Sculpt and stretch the back of the legs with the 2nd workout in the Back of the Leg series. This segment focuses on exercises that properly sculpt the hamstrings with alternating (lengthening) eccentric and (shortening) concentric contractions at the barre. This segment also utilizes the stretch-...
This segment begins with standing work as an alternative to the kneeling portion. This segment combines tucks, kneeling work in side lunges, parallel, and turn out plus a few other thigh focused exercises for a 24 minute workout.
Sweeping leg lifts, extensions, semi-circles in various angles in diagonal, parallel, and turn out. This “bulk-free” thigh work will sculpt the thighs, strengthen the hips, and increase range of motion. Try to challenge your legs with increasing range of motion, precision to form, and mind body f...
This tough ballet-inspired workout challenges your body, elevates your heart rate, burns calories, and sculpts long, lean muscles with alternating holds in plie, parallel, and squat positions with plyometric jumps. All LEVELS welcome with plie + releve modifications for all exercises.
Work your shoulders in a series of unique variations of exercises performed with the arms in the shape of a scooping movement with the elbows slightly bent to sculpt the front, lateral, and rear deltoids.