Method: Dance To Fitness

July 11, 2017 - Comment

Two different low impact firming and toning dance based workouts to release the dancer in you. Achieve the body lines, strength and flexibility of a dancer without years of training. Strengthen and lengthen your body’s major muscles without weights or exercise machines. These easy-to-follow workout videos integrate firming and toning techniques by teachers of jazz,

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Two different low impact firming and toning dance based workouts to release the dancer in you. Achieve the body lines, strength and flexibility of a dancer without years of training. Strengthen and lengthen your body’s major muscles without weights or exercise machines. These easy-to-follow workout videos integrate firming and toning techniques by teachers of jazz, modern dance, yoga and aerobic fitness classes.

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J. hamaguchi says:

New packaging, same old video! While I love this video, I must warn that I have been loving it for, at least, 10 years. I bought it because I thought I was getting something new due to the new packaging and their claim that it is from 2008. I was very disappointed to start it and see that it is the very same video I have been using all these years and not something new.With that said, it is a good workout form me because it is very similar to a real dance class. I just don’t like being tricked into buying a…

Michelle D says:

Full bodied goodness I love the way that these dance exercises use the full body, with way more stress on using the torso that most aerobics videos. I did a little dancing is school and love the feel of the freedom involved in dancing, using and stretching all the muscles in my body.Most movements in aerobics videos do not use as many muscles as the movements in ballet, jazz and modern. And even the isolations involved make you aware of the muscles that are being used in more complicated movements…

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