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"As your repertoire increases, so does the intensity." Health Magazine It features a medley of fun, dance-inspired moves demonstrated in an unusually easy to follow format. Each pattern is taught at three tempos. You'll always begin a combo at the easiest-to-learn slower tempo and gracefully build up to the faster speeds. Then, you'll start over again with a new pattern at the slowest tempo (each choreography block only lasts a few minutes so it's never boring). Juliane Arney's combinations are exceptionally varied - a mix of familiar dance steps and free-flowing movements - from cha chas and mambos to "sassy taps" and "double twists." Very enthusiastic class and cuing. Bright, high-tech set. ©2005. (45 min.).
Fun, not too challenging, but you will really work up a sweat. I have five DOTI DVD's and none have disappointed.Published 19 days ago by ADKRTCHR
I like this workout video. It has actually kept me working out with it for a whole month. It also made me want to buy another video from this series.Published 3 months ago by always reading
Im not fussy. If im sweating by the end, the video did its job. Its not too long and its versatile . Youve done one box step and hip swing you have done them all. Read morePublished 20 months ago by virtuouspatience
It was not a very good video. I tried it once. It did not explain or show the steps, it just went into really fast movements.Published 20 months ago by Patty DeVer