We’re coming with you on your next vacay! Here’s the definitive guide to all our warmer-weather destination locations, plus exclusive offers and packages just for you.
EXHALE AT THE GANSEVOORT TURKS & CAICOS
The word “vacation” is often associated with images of tours, dining, and physical activity but there is a definite trend moving towards health and wellness, and here in the Turks and Caicos Islands, you may choose from a myriad of healthy resources to recharge your body, mind and soul and have you feeling refreshed and healthier than when you arrived.Read More
by Core Fusion Co-Founder, Fred DeVito
1. Don’t quit on your plank position. This is the foundation for all positions to come in class and the challenge is more mental than physical.
2. Clear your mind, focus on your breath and give your best effort to every position and every move.
3. Less is more. Focus on form over movement and make this your mantra.
4. In thigh work, do your best not to straighten your legs and come out of the position. You may need to reduce the intensity by coming up higher but try not to completely release the position.Read More
By Fred DeVito
It’s a new year, and now more than ever, you’re ready to conquer your fitness goals.
At the beginning of a new year, we’re usually pretty good at keeping up with our goals. Then, life interrupts – we make it to an occasional class, we fret over our loss of control, then we beat ourselves up over the entire ordeal. This dynamic is called self-induced stress, and is a common pitfall that leads to low morale and poor self-esteem. How quickly we can go from being on top of our fitness routine to falling completely off the wagon!Read More
Flat Back is an old-school exercise: it has roots with Lotte Berk, the founder of the Barre technique back in the ‘60’s. It has been a staple in core conditioning exercises for barre classes ever since.
There are so many benefits of mastering the Flat Back position. It’s a results-oriented, efficient exercise with real results that keep students returning to the barre: a leaner waistline and a stronger core. If you can master this position, it’ll improve your performance in every other exercise in the class, as well as your posture, strength, and balance in the studio and out.Read More
Round Back is a classic barre exercise: it has roots with Lotte Berk, the founder of the barre technique back in the 1960’s. It’s also a functional exercise position for gymnastic and springboard diver athletes. A staple in core conditioning exercises in every barre class, Round Back is the second exercise position in your core conditioning trifecta: Flat Back, then Round Back, followed by the Curl.Read More
Push-ups will help strengthen and tone the entire upper body, and also works your stabilizing muscles in your core. It is best to think of this exercise as a moving plank.Read More
ommitment to making wellbeing a part of our day-to-day routine. From self-care tips to planning your workout, here’s what we have planned this month.Read More
Same great classes. New great vibes. And we can’t WAIT for you to experience it! Exhale’s newly created Innovation Lab has been developing fresh new variations and movements for exhale’s Barre class. The result? Flowing, challenging additions that will engage your whole body and mind and leave you with an even greater sense of length and total body strength. Read on to find out more! Who’s involved? The Innovation Lab is led by Bergen Wheeler, exhale’s National Director of Mind Body Innovation and Talent.Read More
wrapped around spine. 10x at a 2 count to lift and lower, 20x singles, and 20x pulses. 2. Overhead press: Stand with feet hip distance apart and soften your knees. Keep ears over shoulders, shoulders over hips, hips over heels. Maintain a neutral spine and brace your abdominals. Bend elbows at a 90-degree angle with wrists above elbows and palms facing forward. Bring heads of the weights together overheard at an angle to the corner of the room.Read More