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Join the Jazzercise dance exercise phenomenon

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JAZZERCISE INSTRUCTOR Jennifer Costello gets the class fired up during an exercise session in Shingle Springs on Friday, July 19. Democrat photo by Pat Dollins

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From page WH12 | July 31, 2013 |

Jazzercise is the original dance exercise phenomenon. Each 60-minute cardio workout routine blends dance and muscle toning movements choreographed to today’s hottest music, including Top 40, jazz, country, funk and classics. Our instructors make workout routines fun and easy-to-follow. Jazzercise combines cardio moves to enhance endurance and burn mega calories, strength training to define muscles and strengthen your core, and stretching to increase flexibility. Each 60-minute Jazzercise group fitness class offers a fun and effective total body workout that includes a combination of dance, resistance training, Pilates, yoga, kickboxing and Latin-style movements set to today’s popular hit music. Jazzercise participants can burn up to 600 calories per class.

We believe fitness is an important aspect of well-being and enhances the overall quality of people’s lives. We are excited to be able to offer classes that help people understand and value the importance of health and fitness.

“Walk into a Jazzercise class on any given day and you could hear Pitbull, Jennifer Lopez, Maroon 5 and Taylor Swift,” said local Jazzercise instructor Sherrie Lee. “It’s this variety of music mixed with current dance movements that make Jazzercise feel more like a party night out than a workout.”

For more information on Jazzercise contact Lee in Shingle Springs at 530-409-6034 or Ambur Whipple in El Dorado Hills at 916-949-9111. For worldwide class information, go to jazzercise.com or call 800-FIT-IS-IT.

For those who have never attended a Jazzercise class, Jazzercise instructors ensure customers won’t miss a beat with step-by-step instruction and technique tips. New customers can learn the basic moves at home by clicking “Learn the Moves” on the Website.

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