Jazzercise


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Jazzercise

Alternative health
A proprietary form of aerobic exercise developed in the 1970s by J Sheppard Missett; each session consists of a warmup/isolation, followed by aerobics, muscle toning, and cool-down and flexibility segments.
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The editorial opens with Judi onstage teaching a Dance Mixx class in Oceanside, and tells of the inception of Jazzercise as the moment that, "Judi realized her jazz dance students were more interested in fitness than finesse.
She used to teach jazzercise in Saudi Arabia to women in compounds when she lived there for 12 years with her husband Khalid Al Suhaimi, 60, her daughter Miriam, 29, and son Yousef, 22.
However, a popular alternative is Jazzercise, in which you dance to make yourself fit and improve the shape of your body.
A number of fundraisers have been held over the last two months--a pancake breakfast, a jazzercise class and collection boxes at local businesses--and more are planned.
Exercises classes with natty names like pop mobility and jazzercise started to spring up and the kids from Fame had us all out buying legwarmers in our thousands.
Now on a speedy road to recovery, Bradshaw is busy making lunch date plans with her friends, and has returned to her Jazzercise classes and is playing golf again.
But for a woman who doesn't want surgery or isn't ready for surgery who has symptoms only when she takes her Jazzercise class or goes for a run, a ring might work just fine"
The main camps include amenities like aerobics, yoga and jazzercise classes, weight lifting, pool tables, a movie theater, one racquetball court and even a piano room at Kuparuk, Dubuisson said.
WHAT IT IS: In laymen terms Jazzercise is literally Jazz meets Exercise ( aerobic).
Kathi Healey, my nurse practitioner at the university MS clinic, started a Jazzercise class for men and women with MS last year.
This trilogy has certainly worked for Judi Sheppard Missett, who has grown Jazzercise from zero to $95 million.
Since then it's grown and grown," said Christine Fiddes, a jazzercise instructor.