Barre3 Just Became the Biggest Boutique Studio Video Platform

We love Well+Good’s overview of the new barre3 Online. Read on, and be sure to fire up the 10-minute free online workout at the end! Here’s Well+Good editor, Lisa Elaine Held.

Barre3 Just Became the Biggest Boutique Studio Video PlatformBarre3 founder Sadie Lincoln was ahead of the curve when it came to taking her mega-popular barre workout to the virtual masses, and she just debuted a platform upgrade that brings personal guidance from instructors to the online fitness space in a new way.

“I wanted to humanize the online experience,” Lincoln says. “I wanted a more real-time relationship. We are ‘give generous’ people and we want to connect more to that part of our brand mission.”

To that end, the just-launched barre3 Online (starting at $25 per month) includes a new workout posted every Monday combined with a discussion forum that gives you access to the instructor featured in the video, who acts as a guide for that week. “People comment like crazy and proactively reach out to us on Facebook and Instagram, and now we’ll have a place for real conversation,” Lincoln explains. (When you sign up, you also get regular emails from ”Tiffany,” a concierge who suggests workouts and offers encouragement, a touch I felt was pretty motivating.)

Barre3 Just Became the Biggest Boutique Studio Video Platform

You also can access recipes and meal plan ideas (the brand worked with a nutritionist on them) and more than 250 barre3 workout videos in the library, which are sortable via length, props needed, and focus (core, upper body, etc.), and a barre3 Anywhere challenge launching June 1 includes lots of perks for 90 days of pulsing and toning.

The biggest of which, of course, may be that you can do these workouts anywhere (hence the name)—and since the season of summer travel is upon us, that’s a major plus. Lincoln shared this quick, no-prop, total-body workout for you to reference between beach bumming and garden parties.

Ready to give barre3 Online a try? Join now.

The Washington Post Features barre3 Recipes

The Washington Post Features barre3 Recipes

Our user-friendly recipe index was featured on the washingtonpost.com! Barre3 DC 14th Street client Aliza Norcross told the Post, “It’s not about counting calories, but finding balance.” We couldn’t agree more.

Have you checked out our recipes yet? With tons of nourishing, easy-to-make, seasonal breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack options, you’re sure to find something that’s just right for you. Read more. LINK TO THE POST.