Dance Workout Warm Up

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Get ready for a fun and sexy dance program by starting with this Sweating Sexy Warm Up, led by Jennifer Galardi. Jennifer is a classically trained dancer, as well as a certified fitness and yoga instructor who has created this innovative workout to help you burn calories while having fun through dance. Before you start your Sweating Sexy workout, this five-minute dance workout warm-up will awaken your muscles and prepare your body for more movement.

You’ll begin your dance workout warm-up with isolations—these building blocks are the fundamentals to all dance workouts, as they work to engage and isolate the different muscle groups you’ll be using in your workout. You’ll engage everything from your back and spine to your hips and legs. You’ll also contract and round your spine and begin to engage your core with simple but powerful ab movements.

Whether you’ve never danced before in your life or you’re an avid dancer, this five-minute dance workout warm-up is the perfect way to wake up your muscles and get your body loose and ready for the fun routine ahead. You’ll slowly pick up the tempo to build heat in the body and get your heart rate up in this invigorating warm-up you can use before other classes or workouts on Get Healthy U TV.

Let Jennifer motivate you to move with this dance workout warm-up. This fun, sassy five minutes will help you engage multiple muscle groups with focus and control—so you can enjoy yourself while getting a nice athletic warm up at the same time.

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