Baby Boomer fitness programs
Stretch ‘n Strengthen: On the floor, on a chair, or standing. Strengthen the back, improve flexibility in hip sockets and spine, and work on balance and coordination. Exercise hands and feet. Incorporate breathing and relaxation. Calculated, creative, controlled movements. No shoes. Option: Use of hand-weights
Ballroom Freestyle: no partners
Fun routines and line dances
- Dance patterns that relate to Ballroom/Latin
- Exercise your brain, improve rhythm/timing, and progress in skill level
- Develop coordination, technique, and artistic expression.
- Disco Fever • Smooth & Big Band • Rumba & Samba • Latin & Cha-Cha • Rock ‘n Roll
Dance Clinic–Just for men: This is similar to Ballroom Freestyle, with practical info for leading your partner and transitioning from one pattern to the next. Improve your sense of rhythm and timing with dance drills. It’s left-brain training in “dance navigation” with right-brain creative thinking. And even if you don’t do social dancing, you’ll exercise your brain and body.
Photo: Teaching men the art of dance since the early ‘90s.