PrincetonPL - Fitness can be fun: DVDs to help keep you in shape
Annotation:Follow along at home while your favorite dancers demo high-energy routines to help you burn fat, get in shape and have a blast. Pros Kym, Chelsie and Edyta lead three different cardio dance workouts with moves taken straight from the ballroom floor. Learn the signature steps of each routine before progressively adding on to create a complete fat-burning workout.
Annotation:Zumba was created by Colombian native Alberto "Beto" Perez, a celebrity fitness trainer and choreographer for International pop superstars. Inspired by the traditional cumbia, salsa, samba and merengue music he grew up with, Beto paired his favorite pulsating Latin rhythms with the red-hot international dance steps his clients loved and the first Zumba fitness-party was born.
Annotation:A workout that can be used through your entire pregnancy and postpartum period. Over ninety minutes of exercises to choose from, plus twenty minutes of pregnancy and wellness information.
Annotation:Tone up those trouble spots! Cross-train and confuse your muscles into action with 5 diverse workouts that target those hard-to-reach areas. The variety keeps your body challenged for faster toning, trimming and tightening.
Annotation:Billy gets your heart pumping with new and exciting Boot Camp Cardio moves, while incorporating exercises that will help you to lose inches, and tone muscle and the mindset to change the way you feel about exercising.
Annotation:Learn the essential poses of T'ai Chi, move through the postures to create harmony and grace while increasing flexibility and endurance, and put it all together to build overall muscle tone and promote vigor and vitality. The Qi Gong program conditions the body and expands the senses through slow, natural, repetitive movements.
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Check out these materials from the Princeton Public Library DVD collection to get moving and get in shape. Exercises and workouts for all ages are here. Borrow a couple of DVDs and try them out!