When it comes keeping an active lifestyle, it’s important to choose a type of exercise that you enjoy and are passionate about, not something that you would dread doing every day.
If you are looking to spice up your workouts or in a search for a fun activity to jumpstart your fitness routine, dance workouts help a lot in losing weight and staying toned.
It doesn’t matter if you have two left feet, who cares about that anyway? But if you are shy to join a dance class, there are lots of dance workout videos that you watch online or buy in DVDs.
To help you get started, here are 5 of the best dance-inspired fitness trends to help you dance the pounds away.
If you haven’t seen those fast-paced dance moves in Bollywood films yet, then I should tell you that this type of workout will definitely melt those fats and shrink your waistline! Combined with its unique Hindi pop beats and power dance moves, Bollywood-inspired fitness classes can be quite addicting.
A Burlesque-inspired workout isn’t just about burning calories; it also promotes body positivity, empowerment and feeling good and comfortable in your own skin. It’s perfect for fitness-minded femme fatales.
Night Club-inspired workouts are the newest craze in fitness town. You know how dancing all night at the club makes you sweat big time right? So why not bring your dance parties at the gym, fitness centers or even in your own living room?
BUTI is created by celebrity trainer, Bizzie Gold, where it fuses power yoga with cardio, tribal dance and plyometric for a deep mind-body transformation. This hot new workout promises long, lean muscle with sexy feminine curves.
STRONG by Zumba
No dance workout list is complete without Zumba in it. Although this isn’t technically “new,” this fitness brand introduced its newest fitness trend, STRONG by Zumba. Unlike the original Zumba class that combines Latin and Hip Hop dance moves, STRONG by Zumba is a mix of body weight training, muscle conditioning, cardio and plyometric, synced to an exclusive Grammy-nominated DJ and producer Steve Aoki track.