Resources For At-Home Barre Workouts

If you have decided to do your barre workouts at home, then you are probably figuring out the best way to do it. Luckily, there are quite a few options available, from getting DVDs to watching videos on YouTube. Here are some different resources to use for your barre workouts.

The first option is to go to, who actually has some of the earliest DVDs ever done for this form of barre fitness. Pure Barre is among the first organizations to provide resources and equipment you can use at home, as well as having studios all over the country for barre workouts. Their website has an excellent store with everything from workout DVDs to gear like clothing, socks, exercise balls, and other equipment you might need.


If you aren’t quite ready for a DVD and would rather not pay anything for your workouts, you can head over to YouTube. This is a good option when you just want to sample what the workouts are like and try different instructors and styles of barre workouts. Some workouts are more cardio-based, while others are Pilates-based, so this does make a difference. Here are some different channels providing barre workouts on YouTube:

* PopSugar Fitness
* Pilates Happy Hour
* Summer Girl Fitness

A quick search on YouTube will show you a lot of different channels offering some great barre workouts.


If you want to buy DVDs from more than just one resource, then heading to an online marketplace like Amazon is probably your best bet. Here are some popular and top-rated barre workouts available from Amazon:

Xtend Barre: Lean and Chiseled by Andrea Rogers

BarreAmped Bootcamp by Suzanne Bowen

Exhale: Core Fusion Barre Basics For Beginners

Element: Barre Conditioning by Sadie Lincoln

What to Look For

If you are trying to figure out what workouts to do from home, there are a few things to consider. First of all, you want to look at the type of barre workout. There are many different forms, from those that incorporate more ballet and other forms of dance, to barre combined with yoga, Pilates, or strength training. Then there are cardio barre workouts, which are good if you want to do this workout not just to strengthen and tone, but to lose weight as well.

It is a good idea to use multiple resources of barre workouts to find the one that is the best fit for you.