by steven gonzalez
Well the gist of it is all there in the title "Dance -vs- Fight". You always hear a boxer, kick boxer, MMA fighter, etc. say "fightings like a dance", or a Hip-Hop/Salsa/Ballet etc. dancer say "I had to fight with that choreography, but i nailed it!!!". In a Dance Fight class members do both by a simple infusion of combat techniques and poses- with- Salsa and Hip hop Dancing. The combination of "Slightly-Weighted" body movement, and alignment will not only give a jolt to members heart rates, but also burn calories and help develop muscle tone, all while dancing the time away. I will include pulse movements such as squats, and bicep pulses (used in body pump) to truly trigger, engage, and support muscle usage and growth. For example, low range squat pulses will allow for blood to flow into the gluteus, Hamstrings, and Quads. As we pulse we will trap that blood, driving the heart rate through the roof, while fatiguing the muscle, which will produce faster results and burn more calories. That low range squat is very similar to some moves used in dance, as well as some moved used in combat. So i figured why not combine them!!??!?!?!?! By merging Choreography for both weight training and dance, we'll create a cohesive body movement/ Cardio Strength training class that will help tone and shape the body, all while prepping you for the dance floor, be-it Sat night outings or Sunday morning cleaning.
Dance to great music, with great people, and burn a ton of calories without even realizing it. The perfect combo of fun and fitness has made Zumba® classes a world-wide phenomenon
Burn fits cardio and strength training into a fast-paced hour with tough interval circuits. Before you hit the circuits, your instructor explains the moves—from simple tricep kick-backs to lunges with bicep curls to walking planks. Then you move through the full circuit five times. You’ll spend 60 seconds on each exercise during the first round, then less on each subsequent round until you’re doing just 20 seconds in the fourth and fifth. Instead of resting between circuits, plan on a super-intense 90-seconds of cardio that may include high knees and burpees. Are you ready?
it is a type of contemporary American partner dance that combines different dance styles to create a new aesthetic. It is typically an improvised, lead-follow approach to dancing that does not conform to any particular defined dance styles. dance fusion may involve creating a new dance style, combining existing styles, or both.
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