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Instant dance workouts - Fun Moves to Get You Fit - cover

Instant dance workouts - Fun Moves to Get You Fit

Infinite Ideas

Publisher: Infinite Ideas

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Summary

Dancing can lift your spirits as well as firming your bottom, toning your thighs and flattening your tum. If someone told you could get fit by doing something that’s fun, sociable, makes you feel good and can only be done while listening to great music, you’d jump at the chance wouldn’t you? Dancing is all of that and more. This little book offers you the opportunity to learn from the dance experts to help you develop your fitness. Whether you’re a regular dancer or simply want to be better you’ll find some great tips and techniques that will improve your technique. Enjoy!
Available since: 11/03/2014.

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