Saturday, 31 January 2015

DVD Review - Salsa Dance Workout

Salsa Dance Workouts
Release Date: January 1, 2008
Retail: $39.99
Running Time: 106 minutes
Rating: Not Rated
Buy Link: Amazon


If you have been following my blog regularly for the last few months, then you have probably noticed that I have been reviewing several learn-to-dance type DVDs.

While the other DanceCrazy DVDs that I have tried out were strictly learn-to-dance for beginners, this workout is suppose to be a full-blown workout that is suppose to help you lose weight and get fit. Similar to other the dancing workouts, there is only one male and one female instructors that shows you step-by-step how to do each move. The workout features music from Benny Velarde y SuperCombo and Anthony Blea y su Charanga.

The Salsa Dance Workout is split into different sections with a 19 minute Stretching and Isolation warmup, Beginners Footwork: Salsa Basics (20 mins), Intermediate Footwork: Breakdown (30 mins), Intermediate Workout with Music (30 minutes) and a 7 minute bonus workout.

I wouldn’t ever call this a fat burning workout as all the moves are pretty much slow moving ones. It is basically just a standard learn-to-dance workout, though the last 30-minute Intermediate Workout is has a faster pace. Instead of a high-impact workout that does hazards to your knees, this workout is a more of a low-impact one. Overall, the Salsa Dance Workout isn't a sweat pouring workout, but if your goal is to learn how to dance, then you just might like this DVD. I have two left feet, so I appreciated the slow moves as they were easier for me to pick up.

*Disclaimer - I received a complimentary copy in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.

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