A growing trend in the fitness industry is the inclusion of a different kind of fitness equipment - the ballet barre. Ballet bootcamps and barre workouts have become increasing popular over the past few years, with studios spreading from major city to start-ups in small towns, and many fitness clubs offering classes featuring the barre.
If your studio or fitness center has not yet incorporated barre workouts
into the programming, now is the time to change that. For fitness enthusiasts
looking to switch up their usual workout routine, or individuals who are
ballerinas at heart, these type of classes are providing a solid workout that
combines ballet, yoga, Pilates with balance exercises, for full body fitness.
Offering barre workout classes provides a new fitness experience that will keep
your customers coming back for more. Additionally, with so many members of the
general population seeking out barre classes, offering these classes will get
new customers into the door as well.
With Boss Ballet
Barres, setting up a barre studio has never been easier. With a variety of
sizes that are easy to set up and take down, it is possible to transform any
open space into a ballet studio. This means a barre class can be held in the
same location as other cardio classes, eliminating the need to find additional
space. A prime feature of these barres are their portability factor: gone are
the days where a barre has to be affixed to a wall. With Boss Ballet Barres,
simply set up the barre in any area and use the available Boss Barre
Dolly to move it from room to room as needed.
Not only portable, each of the different barres are known for their
durability due to high-strength steel construction, and wide leg base offering
maximum stability. Available in a variety of lengths, and some with adjustable center
bars, they are perfect for everyone from beginner to professional.
Your fitness center or studio can be the hot topic of conversation with the
simple addition of a ballet barre and barre workout classes.
Contact us today to find the right barre today.