Magazine article Dance Magazine

Get the Edge: Smart Ways to Train at Home

Magazine article Dance Magazine

Get the Edge: Smart Ways to Train at Home

Article excerpt

Why train at home? One reason is to improve your physical weaknesses. Maybe your abdominals are weak or you need stronger arms for partnering. These are things you can work on away from your dance studio. Another reason is to stay competitive. For every class you take, someone else is taking class, then doing a Pilates mat session. Remember, you're an athlete; don't neglect cross-training. Anything you can do to lower your risk of injury is a bonus to your craft. You don't need an entire room's worth of equipment. A few key items will do. We've gathered some essential equipment and accessories to encourage you. Just don't overdo it!

Adult booty short by Natalie, #N8365, $10.95,

The Ten-Minute Stretch Break DVD by Finis Jhung, $49.99,

Bra top by Capezio/ Ballet Makers, Inc., #CC510, $25,

Pants by Grishko, #0406, $22,

Hairagami Super Bandz, $6.95,

Wall-mounted barre by American Harlequin Corporation; for more info, visit

Pants by Mondor, #3825, $55,

Peggy Lyman Hayes & Kevin Sport music for modern class CD, #KS01C, $15,

Active-Isolated Flexibility DVD with Michele Assaf, $49.95,

Active-Isolated Flexibility rope, $14.95,

Socks by Sansha, #sock 2,$2.50,

"Tutto Nero" sneakers by Sansha, #P22M, $42,

Pilates Arc by Balanced Body, $159,

"I Am an Athlete" sweatpants by Just For Kix, #GAR-214, $22. …

Search by... Author
Show... All Results Primary Sources Peer-reviewed


An unknown error has occurred. Please click the button below to reload the page. If the problem persists, please try again in a little while.