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This looks like something I could do. Thanks for the link. I'll look into it. emoticon Birdie

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5/17/08 12:26 A

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thought this may be of interest to some of you........check it out..........

Everyone can benefit from exercise, but health club workouts and strenuous exercise videos aren't for everyone! Chair Dancing® encourages health and fitness for active people or those whose physical condition, restricted mobility, or age, limits their participation in conventional forms of exercise.

Unique as a seated exercise program that improves muscle tone, flexibility, and cardiovascular endurance.
Fun and fitness of dance exercise incorporated in a medically sound, no impact aerobic format.
Convenient, can be done any place, in any shoes and clothing, on any floor surface, and in a limited amount of space.
Beneficial to people at all fitness levels as a practical alternative to conventional exercise.

Edited by: L*I*T*A* at: 5/17/2008 (00:25)

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