DANCE That WALK – 5000 Steps in One Easy Low Impact Walking Workout DVD
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Walking is the ultimate form of low-impact exercise for people of all ages and fitness levels. But, walking can be boring, as well as weather and busy schedules can make it hard to get outside or fit a cardio workout into your day.
So, we created DANCE That WALK! This 45 minute DVD from SMILE combines our favourite LATIN & BALLROOM dance moves with easy low impact walking, turning it into a fun new WALKOUT, that will get you burning those calories, boosting your daily step count, and most importantly it’s easy to follow! We want to you to think less and move more! With only 4 dance moves per track, and walking as a base, you won't spend your time learning, you’ll spend your time sweating!
Aussie creator Gina B uses her flare and pro ballroom dancing background, to bring you a fun DVD where you’ll be rocking to the jive, cha cha, samba and many more all in this 45min WALKOUT. With an Easy to use DVD menu, you can play all our tracks at once or choose your favourites!
DANCE That WALK is suitable for all ages, shapes, sizes and fitness levels. Ideal for active older adults, you will be walking and dancing your way to a fitter, more fabulous YOU!
Need more convincing why you should DANCE That WALK? Here are just a few benefits you can enjoy from our LOW IMPACT WORKOUT:
- Dancing can stimulate your mind and make you feel energised; keep your reflexes, memory and coordination sharp!
- Walking can Improve Circulation, Improve Your Fitness And Increase Cardiovascular Health!
- Burn Calories & Boost your daily step count: with over 5000 steps, it’s a great way to control your weight or lose those extra pounds
- Walking is LOW IMPACT And Easy On Your Joints
- Allows everyone to workout from the comfort of your home anytime!
So if you want to feel fitter, improve your coordination and burn those calories by boosting your daily step count, then this workout is for you!
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The white setting and bright colors reminded me of children’s TV programs, as did Gina’s incredibly cheery attitude – so if you want to do this workout with your kids, as some reviewers have done, I imagine many children will find it attractive. Sadly, I don't have kids, so I personally found it a bit “over the top.” But I do love the fact that Gina’s Mom is one of the dance demonstrators (someone my age).
Most of my workout DVDs are by Americans. I’m Australian, so it was refreshing for me to have a “local” leading the workout. American audiences might well love Gina’s voice, as we are told the Aussie accent is popular in the USA. (It’s not a “broad” accent, so I don’t think there’d be too much difficulty understanding her.)
I agree that the title is a little misleading. It’s really not a “Walking Workout” – at least not anything like Leslie Sansone’s. (I have a few of hers, and I think “Dance That Walk” is much more complex.) This is a series of dance steps, interspersed with walking on the spot. If you found the dance steps too difficult, you could walk in place and just enjoy the different paces of music for each track (and the bright, cheerful colors). If you’re not familiar with the dance steps already, it might take a few attempts to get the hang of them, as there is not really any teaching or breaking down of the steps. But that’s the benefit of a DVD – you can go over any section as often as you need. And by not breaking the steps down slowly, the great thing is that this is a non-stop workout from beginning to end. (14 tracks)
It takes me about 1 ½ hours to walk 10,000 steps. This workout goes for 45 mins, so the claim that it’s over 5,000 steps seems pretty accurate to me. And, being dance, the pace is faster than I would walk. I definitely worked up a sweat and enjoyed the variety of dances. Congratulations to Gina and her team at SMILE.
If I'd known this was so complicated with the steps I wouldn't have ordered it. The description needs to better explain what exactly the DVD is.