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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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With such an active schedule, Bush somehow manages her time to enjoy participative sports, including power walking, yoga, and jazzercize. She admits, however, that she would love to find the time to begin painting again, an activity she truly misses.
Jazzercize Fitness Center, 201 Old Steese highway, Suite 7, 451-0966
They opened the walk, which wound through the park, with a warm-up routine led by three trim Jazzercize instructors.
And in the late 1960s and early '70s, he choreographed the Waa-Mu shows--music and comedy reviews--at Northwestern University, where one of his dancers and a teacher at the studio, Judi Sheppard Missett, founder of Jazzercize, earned her degree.