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30-Minute Cardio Barre Fusion With Nikki Nie | POPSUGAR FITNESS

30-Minute Cardio Barre Fusion With Nikki Nie | POPSUGAR FITNESS
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Get ready to work out with fitness trainer Nikki Nie, who will be leading this 30-minute cardio barre fusion workout joined by Paris Nicole and Ellie Aviles! This routine fuses traditional barre movements with a cardio boost. You’ll start with a quick warmup and work your way to the fundamental basics in ballet like first position, second position, grand battements, pliés, relevés, and tendus. Through the course of this workout, you’ll undoubtedly feel lengthened and engaged. This beginner-friendly workout covers stretching exercises, cardio from squat jumps to frog squats, standing core exercises, floorwork with a mix of core and cardio work, and an ab series. You’ll be sure to complete this routine with a rewarding cooldown. All you need is a mat to get started!

Nie’s outfit: Girlfriend Collective
Shoes: APL

Nicole’s outfit: Girlfriend Collective
Shoes: APL

Aviles’s outfit:
Blocker’s outfit: Lululemon align top and leggings
Shoes: APL

Find more from our trainers:
Nie:
https://www.instagram.com/nikki_nie_/

Nicole:
https://www.instagram.com/theparis_nicole/

Aviles:
https://www.instagram.com/helloellieaviles/

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  1. I really REALLY appreciate the modifications – not just incorporated into the whole workout, but MID-workout to adapt for tendons rolling over bones – that was super important to note – so often we don’t listen to our bodies if they tell us something in the middle of a workout; I love that you allowed for it. I also really loved the note at the end about appreciating the body you’re in NOW. So important.

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