Crunch: Latin Rhythms

February 6, 2018 - Comment

Welcome to CRUNCH Fitness! If you’re looking to slim and trim your body with a workout that doesn’t feel like work, then Latin Rhythms is for you! This hot Latin dance will help you burn up the dance floor while you torch major calories. Drawing inspiration from several types of Latin dance like the mambo,

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Welcome to CRUNCH Fitness! If you’re looking to slim and trim your body with a workout that doesn’t feel like work, then Latin Rhythms is for you! This hot Latin dance will help you burn up the dance floor while you torch major calories. Drawing inspiration from several types of Latin dance like the mambo, cha cha, merengue, and samba, this routine will have you feeling the heat in no time. So clear the floor, and let the fat burning fiesta begin!

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Comments

VictorianBelle says:

FAST—Must be quick to catch the Moves! I am a Jennifer Galardi fan because she has a fun and somewhat goofy personality without being annoying. She is also a very talented dancer and creates really fun and challenging workouts. As with other of her workouts that I have done the choreography in this one takes some work to master but it is FUN. I have also done a lot of Crunch DVDs. I own several but I’ve tried even more then I have bought. Usually Crunch DVDs strive to make fitness fun. Sometimes it works. Sometimes not so…

soaringnow says:

It’s OK is all I can say This dvd workout is great if you are very familiar with dance moves and can go quickly as she explains them! The instructor isn’t a true teacher and doesn’t spend enough time coaching you through the moves by a step-by-step slow pace so that you get the correct posture, footing, and rountine. The instructor starts off quickly to the workout beat with the dances, explaining while quickly keeping to the beat and rhythm, which is ok if your a dancer that’s familiar with these moves. I found myself…

Anonymous says:

This DVD lasts about 38 minutes total. It has 5 minutes warm up, 28 minutes of OK routines and about 5 minutes cool down and stretching. They put their knees on the floor for some of the stretching which we don’t like to do since we don’t have mats, but you can stretch standing (just modify these). It doesn’t show the steps, so that makes it a little hard to follow. We have done this DVD about 5 times and it’s still hard to understand the steps. Thus, I am rating it 3 stars. Maybe some…

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