Sit-ups remain one of the best methods of reshaping the abdomen, second only to standing in front of a lit cannon. Enjoy explosive exercise with today’s Groupon to Jazzercise Kingston’s Wellington Street and Redden Street locations. Choose from the following options:
- For $39, you get 10 drop-in Jazzercise classes (a $100 value).
- For $49, you get 15 drop-in Jazzercise classes (a $150 value).
- For $59, you get 20 drop-in Jazzercise classes (a $200 value).
- For $79, you get six small-group Personal Touch training sessions (a $180 value).
The instructors at Jazzercise Kingston motivate students by interspersing moves culled from a variety of sports and dance styles, including jazz, kickboxing, hip-hop, and resistance exercises with handheld weights. Students follow aerobic and resistance routines that obliterate calories and incorporate elements of improvisation to the beat of chart-topping music, so no participant need suffer a day without moonwalking. The original Jazzercise class focuses on the total-body aerobic and strength workout, and other class formats include Jazzercise Express, which condenses cardio and resistance conditioning into a convenient 30-minute session. Jazzercise Body Sculpting firms cores, glutes, and legs in 40–50 minutes with a combination of stretching and high-speed wood whittling. During 30-minute Personal Touch sessions, a certified trainer tailors Jazzercise routines to a small group’s fitness goals, emphasizing proper technique to prevent injuries and cultivate muscle tone.
Jazzercise Kingston's energetic instructors help their students get into shape with fun, engaging exercise routines. As its name implies, Jazzercise blends the cardio and resistance training of aerobics with the dance moves and wiggling hand movements of jazz. Students groove to top 40, funk, rock, and hip-hop hits as they perform 60-minute workouts that may draw on everything from Pilates to kickboxing. Aside from the flagship Jazzercise workout, specialty classes such as Core, Strength60, and Personal Touch target specific muscle groups and fitness goals.