Welcome to Fit 2 Groove
Dance your way into Fitness!
 
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Working out can be fun, but who wants to do traditional cardio that is really boring or repetitive?? How much fun can you have on a treadmill or eliptical?
Besides watching the TV in front of you, which really takes away from you the chances of meeting new people, working on your cardio can seem quite dull and so most people avoid it or make it really short.
So, why not make your cardio time more fun and even a learning experience?
Wanna know how, you say?? DANCE!

That's right, dancing is an excellent form of cariovascular training that is both FUN and a LEARNING EXPERIENCE!

  

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NOT a Dancer, you say?! That's OK, Otto Hernandez is a CanFit Pro certified Fitness Instructor Specialist as well whereas he also

conducts Cardio Chisel/ Muscle Conditioning classes which incorporates your cardio, use of dumbells, body bar, stability ball and abdominal work all in the same class!

 

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The Health Benefits of Dancing

   If you secretly sashay across your living room when you're home alone or long to cha-cha with your significant other, you're in luck. Not only is dancing an exceptional way to let loose and have fun, but it also provides some terrific benefits for your health.

In fact, Mayo Clinic researchers reported that social dancing helps to:

  * Reduce stress * Increase energy 

* Improve strength * Increase muscle tone and coordination.
 
*Dancing the night away can burn more calories per hour than riding a bike or swimming.
 

   The National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI) says that dancing can: 

* Lower your risk of coronary heart disease 
* Decrease blood pressure 
* Help you manage your weight 
* Strengthen the bones of your legs and hips

 

Dancing is a unique form of exercise because it provides the heart-healthy benefits of an aerobic exercise while also allowing you to engage in a social activity.

This is especially stimulating to the mind, and one 21-year study published in the New England Journal of Medicine even found dancing can reduce the risk of Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia in the elderly.

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So, how do I do these moves and/or steps to really get me sweating and having fun then??

That's the easy part....simply give us a call at (647) 999-6767 ask for Otto

and let him know that you would like to book a time and place for your session.

Let us know if you are looking for a Zumba session, a Latin Dance lesson, or any other type of fitness session.

Did we also mention that Otto is also an experienced DJ?

Can't have a great session without great music, so even if your looking for your next HOT NEW CD,

give him a call at (647) 999-6767

 

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