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Lotte Berk is a workout format that combines yoga, ballet, orthopedic back exercises, stretching, and modern and classical dances. Developed by a ballet dancer named Lotte Berk in the 1950s, it is an effective exercise plan that basically focuses on targeting specific areas for strength and flexibility training. In the opinion of Lotte Berk trainers, it is one such exercise form that puts very little stress on ones body and mind meanwhile ensuring deep conditioning of muscles and overall strengthening of the body.

Lotte Berk routines involve no pounding, no weight lifting, no undue strain on muscles, and no pain. The maximum one may have to bear is that during the hour long workout session, he/she may have to remain in the Lotte Berk pose for a while - with hips tucked, chest out, abs in. That way with arm raises, two pounds may feel like more than 20. Reverse pushups help build shoulder and back muscles, while the ballet moves ensures toning and strengthening of muscles in the legs and butt. Ball curls reduce the tummy. After few sessions, with the aid of a video, one can easily start practicing Lotte Berk at home. The only aspect is that the workout must be done regularly without too many off days.

Since its finding, Lotte Berk has been continuously evolving, with newer and effective techniques being incorporated at the expense of lesser efficient ones every now and then. As a result, the methods taught by one trainer might vary a bit from the ones taught by another instructor, implying that Lotte Berk is not absolute. For the common man out there, as far as the results turn up at the end of the day, this is only a minor abrasion and nothing to worry about.

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