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Street dance cardio workout

Bringing together urban funk and fitness, street dance is a class unlike any other. Street dance involves working out to the sounds of hip-hop or r'n'b in a class setting. In these classes a qualified street dance instructor will show you some of the basic moves of the high energy routines used by stars such as Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake.

The health and fitness benefits from street dance are enormous. These include burning calories, developing cardio vascular fitness as well as toning all the major muscle groups of the body. The routines also develop core strength and balance as you jam your way through the routines.

Anyone can do this form of exercise; its open to all levels and you can take from the class what you want. You don't have to body pop if you don't want to, and you can decide your own pace to move through the exercises. A good instructor will be able to show you a routine that is appropriate for your level of fitness and movement.

There are many types of workout classes based around different styles of music. Ideally, find a class where you like both the music and the instructor. These are the optimum conditions for you to enjoy your workout. Dancing is fun and dancing to get fit is a popular and enjoyable method of exercise that appeals to both young and old alike.

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