1/6Welcome to the second workout for Week Three of Well+Good’s (Re)New Year Challenge! For it, Kara Liotta, the creative director at FlyBarre and a Nike master trainer, serves up a barre-inspired routine that’ll help sculpt a strong, toned midsection. Before you jump right in, though, she encourages you to pause and really think about the muscles each move’s supposed to be working. “A lot of times when people do core work, their neck bothers them more than their core,” she says.
1/6Welcome to the third workout for Week Three of Well+Good’s (Re)New Year Challenge! For this one Kara Liotta—the creative director at FlyBarre and a Nike trainer—has designed a barre-inspired routine that’ll help you tone from head to toe. The best part? It has longevity written all over it. “It’s a low-impact style of workout,” she says. “You’re not jumping around a lot. [So], you can deepen your workout in a way that’s easy on your joints and very sustainable.
Meet your Well+Good (Re)New Year Week Three trainer, Kara Liotta. The creative director for FlyBarre, Nike master trainer, and Wilhelmina fitness model has got it goin’ on. And as a former dancer, she knows a thing or two about moving her body in all the right ways. “Extremes are easy, so strive for balance,” she says. “I think this is great to have in mind, especially when coming up with a New Year’s resolution.
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