One-hour classes combine cardio, strength training, and dance for a total-body workout set to current music hits
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- Certified instructors lead groups through intuitive, energized footwork synced with chart-topping songs from Shakira, Justin Timberlake, and more. Traditional one-hour sessions begin with warm-ups before segueing into 30 minutes of aerobic dance moves that blend elements of cardio, strength training, kickboxing, and power yoga. Additional class formats, such as Fusion, Core, and Strike, target specific fitness goals.
- 20 Class Punch Card of Jazzercise Dance Classes: Expires 3 months after the first visit.
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It's undeniable: Jazzercise is a worldwide empire, spanning more than 3,400+ locations and 32,000 weekly classes across the globe. It's also hip; gone are the leotards and legwarmers of the 1980s, replaced with a high-intensity blend of cardio and strength training performed to hits by chart-toppers from Meghan Trainor to Beyonce. The class formats, which vary according to different fitness goals, are just as diverse as the program's move set, with recent additions such as HIIT-based Fusion, Core, and Strike broadening the workouts' variety and application. Instructors cultivate a noncompetitive atmosphere where all are welcome regardless of age, build, or fitness background. This sense of community keeps Jazzercise devotees coming back, but so do the results; benefits ranging from weight loss and boosted core strength to increased flexibility and stress relief. Participants can expect to burn up to 800 calories in one pulse-pounding 60-minute class.
Jazzercise's continued success can be traced to the innovation of its founder, Judi Sheppard Missett. While teaching jazz dance in the 1960s, she decided to step away from tradition by offering an experimental class that allowed her students to simply dance without the judgment of mirrors or the constraints of rigid technique. Little did she know that this “just for fun” class was the prototype for what would become the Jazzercise sensation.