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6 Simple Barre Stretches to Try on Vacation

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NO MATTER WHERE YOU ARE IN THE WORLD, YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND SOMETHING TO LEAN ON SO YOU CAN STRETCH YOUR MUSCLES.

Traveling — even for fun — can be tough on our bodies. Hours spent in airline seats, heavy meals and long stretches of touristy walking or standing can leave muscles and joints stiff and achy.

I asked two well-known fitness trainers, Elisabeth Halfpapp and Fred DeVito, for some simple exercises that travelers of any age or condition can do on the move, no matter where they may be. Halfpapp and

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