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Getting airborne and trying an aerial fitness class is fun – but it’s also a serious workout! Here’s our complete guide to getting airborne.
Types of Aerial Workouts
Aerial Yoga – Perhaps the most well-known aerial workout, aerial yoga incorporates principles of yoga like breathing and meditation while you perform a variety of moves supported by the hammock.
Aerial Barre – Aerial barre is like a typical barre class – only without the barre. You can expect plenty of core and leg burning moves, just using the hammock instead of a barre for support. Because the hammock can support you in different ways and move with you, you can get a greater range of motion than you would in a traditional barre workout.