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Crunch: Latin Rhythms
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Welcome to CRUNCH Fitness! If you're looking to slim and trim your body with a workout that doesn't feel like work, then Latin Rhythms is for you! This hot Latin dance will help you burn up the dance floor while you torch major calories. Drawing inspiration from several types of Latin dance like the mambo, cha cha, merengue, and samba, this routine will have you feeling the heat in no time. So clear the floor, and let the fat burning fiesta begin!
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A word on format: Unlike a lot of workout DVDs, especially most Crunch ones, this one does not have chapters so it's all or nothing and there are three distinctly different dance routines in addition to the warm up and cool down. There's plenty of variety in the steps but the way Jennifer teaches is to build on each step so you may feel like you're doing the same move over and over as the steps build up and the routine gets more complex.
Crunch videos have some downsides as other mentioned- too many dancers in the background, retro music and zooming it at the wrong times so you loose track of where the dancers are. Even with those draw backs, the dance moves and Jennifer's enthusiasm are so much fun that it totally makes up for it!
I usually go for hip hop themed videos but this one was a pleasant surprise. I really want Jennifer to come out with more Dvds- I have just about all of them!
Jennifer is an excellent instructor, always cheery and enthusiastic but not annoying like some can be. The routines are easy to learn and fun to do!
With that said, I think it is a very good dance routine to have and I would recommend that if your purchase this, as most any age group up to 60 could participate, be warned that it will take awhile to learn moves & routine before really getting your cardio heart rate up.
I took away 1 star because it is not very easy to pick up the steps in the dvd. I had to rewind and replay each 10 minute section 5 times before I got the hang of it because the actual instruction is short and fast. Once I practiced each segment 5 times I began to get the hang of it and it was really fun. Just keep at it and don't give up; it's worth learning!