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SEASTARZ Posts: 165
1/19/14 1:31 P

I agree with searching You Tube, there are tongs of great full length dancing videos. I also love the Just Dance Series. It can really get my heart pumping and it's a great workout (and also fun!).

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1/18/14 5:37 P


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1/18/14 12:10 A

Have you looked into DDR? If you have the older Wii with the Gamecube controller ports you can use the DDR for Wii. That is usually how I get my exercise in because the game is SO much fun. Look it up on youtube!

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1/17/14 10:44 P

YouTube and surprisingly Amazon Prime (which is worth it if you use Amazon, it's $50 a year I think?) I love dancing!!!

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AMADEO2010 Posts: 38
1/17/14 10:51 A

I never thought about rooting around Youtube, thanks!

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1/16/14 3:37 A

search in youtube for zumba songs , I downloaded more than 300 , put them in usb , connect it to the lcd tv , and exercises with it

It plays consistently as playlist no need to go and play each one separately

1/15/14 9:02 P

I'd suggest searching for Zumba on YouTube. I've found some fun exercises that way.

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1/15/14 7:52 P

If you go online to Amazon or ebay you can find all kinds of workout DVD's.

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1/15/14 5:19 P

I love Zumba nad hit up a class whenever possible then I take the moves from that and when I don't, cant or am too broke to go to the class I just crank up my music and do some of the moves while dancing around my living room. Sure I look funny but I sweat and have tons of fun. Just let loose you and some music and see what happens.

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AMADEO2010 Posts: 38
1/15/14 2:47 P

So, I'm generally pretty good about getting my exercise in, but my favorite form is generally dancing. the 30 minute Total Body Challenge on my Spark Bootcamp dvd is an absolute slog for me. I can't stop looking at the countdown clock when I do it.

On the other hand I can get through 40-45 minutes of my Michael Jackson dance game for Wii (believe me, you can work up a sweat with that one) with no issues at all. I never end up watching the clock. I like my Zumba game too, though it's a little more of a challenge with the hopping around in certain songs.

Do any of you guys have good dance/dance-like go-tos for cardio that you like or use often?
I could really use some suggestions if you have any.

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