I Had to Make an Executive Decision ūüėČ

Classic Cardio¬†was the plan, but I had to scrap that plan as I was not proud of the workout. Sorry to¬†disappoint you all – I’ve lost sleep over this, and usually with editing, videos are fix-able. I feel that this one is not. Perhaps, we’ll re-shoot it with different music and in a¬†different set in the future¬†because the “bones” of the workout are solid, but at this time it’s just not the right energy for¬†ellenbarrett.com.¬†(As I was fretting over what to do, I told my son, “I’m feeling not-so-great about Classic Cardio,” and his 13year old reply was, “You win some you lose some, Mom.” Really put things into perspective!) Thus, what was¬†supposed to be the¬†February video release,¬†Quick Core Fusion, is debuting¬†now.

If I had to describe Quick Core Fusion in one word, I’d say peppy. It is not your run-of-the-mill ab routine. This one challenges the core in a unique way – briskly tempo-ed, standing and crunch-less. As I reviewed it, I realize it has really nice spinal mobility challenges that help create a strong and limber back too.

I hope you enjoy Quick Core Fusion, and my sincerest apologies about screwing up Classic Cardio. There will be more cardio classes coming to ellenbarrett.comin the coming months.
xo Ellen