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“What the Tuck” – Fix that Anatomy in Barre Fitness Classes

In my recent blog Let’s Challenge 3 Barre Fitness Class Misconceptions, I did not speak of the infamous “tuck” position found in some barre classes. I felt that this position shouldn’t be lumped together with other misconceptions, but rather discussed on its own. So this week, let’s investigate this position.

Improve Posture & Reduce Lower Back Pain in Group Fitness Classes

“Stand up tall.” “Shoulders up, back, and down.” “Sit that butt down and back onto a chair” How often do you find yourself saying these cues over and over in classes in order to “fix” your participants poor posture? Do you find yourself getting annoyed when you have said it