The Ballet Physique: Back On Pointe Review
As you guys know, I’m a sucker for a good barre fitness workout. They’re fun, low-impact, and work your muscles in a totally unique way. So when The Ballet Physique barre studio sent me early access to their at-the-time soon-to-be-released DVD set, I was pretty excited to try it out.
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Carli Samuelson, Amanda Clark, Liora Neuville, Leta Biasucci in PNB’s Swan Lake
There are things you can do! Try seeing if you can “rock” your weight forward or backwards a bit to take the pressure off your hipbones, though make sure you keep your abdominals tight and engaged. You could also lay a yoga/Pilates mat down under yourself, or even place a blanket or thin pillow under your hips while doing the exercise to provide some cushioning.
If you try these things and it still hurts to much to do, I’d suggest replacing Supermans with back extensions at a gym.
I think my media kit is done. It’s nice to be able to check something off my ever-growing Back On Pointe to-do list.