- The lively dance workout is the new aerobics, the hit in the gym. Fancy a trial lesson? Three great exercises for the curious.
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The lively dance workout is the new aerobics, the hit in the gym. Fancy a trial lesson? Three great exercises for the curious.
IN THE SALSA RHYTHM IMPROVE ATTITUDE
Here's how it works: The legs are slightly straddled, knees slightly bent. The hands relax relaxed in front of the belly. Tighten abdominal and back muscles. Now listen to the rhythm and start the process: lift the right arm and turn it sideways outwards. In doing so, the upper body easily goes along. The left arm remains bent in abdominal height. Flow to the left, bend your arm and turn it outwards. A special breathing technique is not necessary.$config[ads_text] not found
That's it: The tension strengthens the abdominal and back muscles, stabilizes posture and also strengthens the upper arms.
WITH REGGAE MOVES THE SHOULDERS LOOSE
Here's how it works: stay in the stanchion, arms parallel to the body. Ankle your elbows and let your shoulders hang low and relaxed. To the beat of the Jamaican music turn the upper body to the left until the right foot stands out and only its tip touches the ground. The left foot stops completely. Do the same turn to the right side, swinging the foot forward and putting on the toe. The arms swing with each loose, and the head moves gently to it.
That's it: The relaxed posture of the shoulders and the loose swinging of the arms release tension in the upper back. The neck also benefits from the soft twisting and looser.
WITH MAMBO-ROCK BELLY, PO AND OBESCHENKEL IN BRIEF
This is how it works: Actually it is enough to listen to the rhythmic music - already you automatically move correctly. Put your right foot on tiptoe. Shift the body weight to the left leg. The upper body is slightly inclined to the side. Tense stomach and pomace. Hip and butt only laterally to the right, push up and down. Then do the same movement to the left. Always alternating. The arms swing with every hip kick.
That's it: This dance step activates a variety of different muscle groups. The result: The dance consolidates the belly, forms butt and legs.