Barre uses a ballet barre for many of the exercises and is a full body workout. Like all the other fitness places I have visited for Boise Fitness Week, it was a group class. This class challenged me more than any other I did throughout the week. I was incredibly sore for a few days after taking this class. The moves were very precise and numerous in their repetition. Lindsay was the instructor and she took very seriously correcting form and gave a ton of individual instruction. It was the true personal training in a group setting that is often quoted as the benefit of boutique fitness. When we were told we were going to burn out the left side, there was no ‘maybe’ in that statement.
I’d love for you to follow my journey of healthy living and visiting as many gyms as I can squeeze in. I visited the Barre 3 Location in Eagle.
Going to Cycle Bar was my first experience with a cycle class. I really wasn’t sure what I was doing for most of the class. My first impression of this studio was how welcoming they were.
There were 3 business that were not workouts but do promote good health that participated in Boise Fitness Week.
Most of the business would be classified as boutique fitness where you can by class packs or unlimited memberships. This is a great way to try a variety of fitness programs available without committing to any one.
For my first Boise Fitness Week workout I went to Core Strong. That was my first time doing Pilates. Cathy, the owner actually offered 2 classes for Boise Fitness Week because a beginner class is required first.