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Workout Trend To Try: Anti-gravity Fitness - Health Diet Fitness - Stylebistro

December 14, 2014

Crunch instructor Lorianne Major leading an Airbarre class. (Source: Anti-Gravity Fitness) When we were introduced to Anti-Gravity Fitness , a suspension exercise methodusinga hanging Harrison hammock, we were immediately intrigued by the idea.It wasn't too long untilwe found ourselves hanging upside down in a class,reveling in a fantasy of joiningthe Cirque du Soleil troupe. We must admit it was intimidating at first, but dove right in after discoveringits benefitsand sheer fun. Anti-Gravity Fitness is ideal if you're looking to revamp atired fitness routine. Classes reinvent popular exercise forms, such as barre, yoga and Pilates, and adaptsthose movements for an aerial workout. What you get is a challenging workout program full-body routine. Our own Anti-Gravity Airbarre instructor from Crunch Gym , Lorianne Major, explains that the classes bring upper and lower body conditioning together with core training.
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