Dance and Be Fit: Latin Groove

Dance and Be Fit: Latin Groove

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Director: James Wvinner

Cast: James Wvinner, Desiree Bartlett

     
 

Fitness instructor Desi Bartlett leads a calorie-burning workout designed to shrink the waistline and melt away those extra pounds. Comprised of two simple but expressive twenty-minute workouts that can be performed either separately or together, this celebration of life and movement spices up the regular exercise regiment by throwing in some Merengue, Salsa, and…  See more details below

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Fitness instructor Desi Bartlett leads a calorie-burning workout designed to shrink the waistline and melt away those extra pounds. Comprised of two simple but expressive twenty-minute workouts that can be performed either separately or together, this celebration of life and movement spices up the regular exercise regiment by throwing in some Merengue, Salsa, and Rumba steps that are fun to perform and great for the whole body.

Product Details

Release Date:
09/30/2008
UPC:
0054961808496
Original Release:
2008
Rating:
NR
Source:
Acacia
Presentation:
[Wide Screen]
Sound:
[Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time:
0:56:00
Sales rank:
22,227

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Disc #1 -- Dance and Be Fit: Latin Groove
1. Warm-Up (9 min) [9:01]
2. Merengue Mix (20 min) [20:16]
3. Spicy Salsa (20 min) [20:09]
4. Cool Down (7 min) [7:07]

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Dance and Be Fit: Latin Groove 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The music is very repetitive, mostly just a line or two of rhythm, so not at all fun. She teaches only one move--a simple rumba step. Everything else, you're supposed to pick up on your own. I am quicker than average at picking up dance steps, and I was able to pick up the merengue routine by watching, but not the salsa moves. I ended up looking up how to do the salsa online. I am mid-50s and in okay, but not super shape. For me, the 20 min. merengue workout was equivalent to a moderate walk on a flat surface. However, the spine roll on the warm-up was done so fast that had I tried to keep up, I'm afraid I would have hurt my back. The instruction is done with a voice over and includes periodic fake-sounding laughs. So if you're quick at picking up dance moves and just starting out with cardio, this might work for you.
krysia143 More than 1 year ago
not complicated, easy directions, I'm over 100 lbs overweight & this provides a great cardio workout. I do the warm up and one routine after work. It's fun & my co-workers have joined me on occasion!