The Bar Method

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healthnutmom

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Posted: 02 Feb 2011, 14:21
I have lost 44 pounds doing a variety of exercises and diets: changing things up to keep the weight loss going. I am pretty satisfied but I'm at my wit's end trying to find something to slim my thighs! I simply cannot exercise any more than I am. This has been a lifelong problem. I am going to start The Bar Method as a last ditch effort. Has anyone out there tried it? Thoughts?
TracyLynn29

Joined: Feb 11
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Posted: 03 Feb 2011, 12:06
The Bar Method is a great workout for the legs and rear end (all over really). I think you will like it, very quick results, and gives you rock hard muscles. Good luck! Very Happy
TracyLynn
thqueenbe

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Posted: 03 Feb 2011, 14:10
I use an updated version, based on the barre method. Loooove it. I swear, I feel the burn within seconds as opposed to minutes. Biggest bang for your buck, IMO. I run about 10 miles a week, and do Physique 57 3-4 times a week. I started seeing noticeable toning in my legs within about 4 weeks...but FELT it immediately!
healthnutmom

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Posted: 03 Feb 2011, 18:53
That's what I wanted to hear! Thanks!



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