Well+Good NYC rounded up tips from top fitness experts (like Sadie Lincoln + Kris Carr) to help you make 2014 Your Healthiest Year Ever. Check out Sadie’s go-to move for building upper body and core strength. Bonus: You can do it right at your desk! Watch the video here, and more inspiration from Sadie on strength training at your desk here.
Take moves from our studio and add them to your daily routine! We’re excited that Daily Candy highlighted the barre3 Mobile App as a tool to help you get fit anywhere, anytime.
You don’t have to be a celebrity to exercise like one! We’re so thrilled that US Weekly Magazine highlighted barre3 Online Workouts in their “How To Work Out Like a Star” feature.
Tighten and tone your body quickly with these efficient, body-shaping workouts:
5-minute Desk Workout
5-minute Butt Workout
5-minute Abs Workout
Prevention Magazine highlighted the barre3 Core Ball as one of their favorite props for getting amazing abs while providing support for the low-back. Check it out.
Sadie Lincoln is a featured expert in Aloha Magazine. Read on to learn how she finds balance and how you can too – 10 minutes at a time. Read more.
Online Workouts plus our whole-body health programs 28 to Great + 7 Day Body Blast are featured on SHAPE.com. Check it out.
My kids and I had so much fun creating (and taste testing!) these holiday Thumbprint Cookies for Dr. Oz’s community. Whip up a batch for your friends and family—they’ll love them so much they won’t even know they’re healthy! Bonus: These sweet treats are perfect for a cookie exchange. All ingredients fit easily in a mason jar for gifting. Watch the video and enjoy!
1 ½ cups cashews (raw)
1 cup dates (pitted)
5 Tbsp. coconut (shredded, unsweetened)
½ cup dried cranberries
1 tsp. cinnamon
1 tsp. vanilla extract
¼ cup water
Pinch of sea salt
Large handful of coconut for rolling (shredded, unsweetened)
Small handful of dried cranberries for thumbprint
1. Place all ingredients in a food processor and pulse until a cookie-dough-like consistency is achieved.
2. Scoop out rounded spoonfuls.
3. Roll the dough between your palms to make a ball.
4. Roll that ball in the coconut.
5. Make a thumbprint in the center of the ball and drop in a few dried cranberries.
6. Place the finished cookies on a plate and chill in the freezer or fridge for an hour before serving.
7. Store in the freezer or fridge.
No time for a workout before your holiday soiree? No problem! We teamed up with Giuliana Rancic’s website FabFitFun to show you three quick moves that will tone your arms and legs. The best part? You can do them in your party dress and heels! Check out the video here.
I recently filmed this quick workout and recipe video for the Dr. Oz community, and I’m so excited to share it with all of you! Kale chips are one of my favorite snacks. They’re loaded with fiber, calcium, vitamin C, vitamin A, beta carotene, and antioxidants. Plus, they’re super easy to make. Watch the video and enjoy!
1 bunch curly kale, rinsed and dried
Drizzle of extra-virgin olive oil
1/4 tsp. sea salt
1. Preheat your oven to 350F. Wash and dry the kale.
2. Remove the thick stem and chop the kale into bite-sized pieces.
3. Pour a little extra-virgin olive oil into a mixing bowl and massage it into the kale.
4. Arrange the kale on several baking sheets (don’t crowd the leaves).
5. Sprinkle sea salt over the top.
6. Bake at 350F for 10 minutes, keeping an eye on the chips to make sure they don’t burn.