5 Tips to “Dance The Weight Away”
I bet you didn’t know you could get in shape while dancing to Salsa music did you? I have 5 tips to share with you that will get you results in no time.
CHAYANNE, JENNIFER LOPEZ, JLO, RICKY MARTIN, GLORIA ESTEFAN, ENRIQUE IGLESIAS, JULIO IGLESIAS, CHRISTINA AQUILERA, CELIA CRUZ, JOSE JOSE, LUIS MIGUEL, AVENTURA, ANA GABRIEL, DON OMAR, PLACIDO DOMINGO, MAMBO KINGS, MARC ANTHONY, REY RUIZ, ELVIS CRESPO
Copyright 2006 Vicky Shell – The Latin Queen of Music
If you love Latin rhythms and want to lose weight keep reading. No longer do you have to spend your money going to the gym. By following my simple weight losing tips while listening to Merengue Latin grooves, you’ll be able to shed pounds effortlessly. Many people like to listen to music when they work out but a small percentage of people around the world know about my little Latin-dance work out strategy.
You can dance at your own pace because it doesn’t matter if you are an expert or a professional salsa dancer, you just need to follow the rhythms, listen the drums, and listen to amazing Latin beats.
Tip number #1: Make a commitment to pop in a Merengue or Salsa CD or download some Merengue or Salsa music online that will make you start dancing while breaking a sweat.
Tip number #2: Take 2-3 Merengue or Salsa dancing classes. You can take a basic Latin dance class or intermediate to advance level class based on your experience.
This will eventually improve your Latin dancing skills and dedication and will make you look like a professional. These moves also help strengthen your abdominal muscles which can help keep fat flab off your tummy.
Tip number #3: Make a commitment to dance at least 60 minutes a day before work, after work or on your lunch break. Don’t forget; if you are a female, shake your hips. If you are a male; shake your chest. The first 30 minutes should not be interrupted, stay active and in constant motion for the full 30 minutes because this is when you start burning fat and calories.
Tip number #4: If you don’t want to take the time and money for classes, begin with the simple 1,2,3,4,5,6,7 steps starting with a right step in front and left step back and fourth while counting 1,2,3,4,5,6,7. This will help you dance the weight away.
Tip number #5: Keep your stomach and back straight for better stability, as it is very important to maintain your center of gravity when changing direction. Good balance will allow you to be in the correct position to hit the next dance step.
Dancing to Latin tropical rhythms like Salsa and Meringue this summer will get you in shape in no time. By increasing your power with the following Latin grooves exercise, you can improve your overall fitness goals in less than a month.