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Jazzercise in the New Age - It's all about GirlForce

Jazzercise is often thought about in terms of bad seventies movies with lots of fluoro colours and older women getting in their kegel exercises. At least, that had always been my impression until recently when I started attending classes in the local Hobart area. 419 more words

Shake it!

Another late post for y’all on Day 4 of my #BridesmaidSweating challenge! But I am SO excited to write this post tonight because I get to write about one of my favorite places to shake it. 461 more words

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Jazzercise with Danielle

“These are not jazz hands, THESE are jazz hands!” Of course I had to quote ‘Bring It On.’ That was a given. Thanks to Danielle Losos (on Instagram as @danitutu), a friend of mine and jazzercise instructor, I can now officially say that I have taken Jazzercise and it was … interesting. 518 more words

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Jazzercise

Growing up, I always heard about Jazzercise. I had a preconceived idea that Jazzercise was an 80’s workout routine geared towards women to dance and use a lot of “Jazz Hands.” I had a dear friend tell me about the special they were offering for the month of May, and I knew I had to jump on it! 609 more words

Work it real good!

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Let’s talk exercise, shall we? 1,250 more words

everybody hurts (but some people are just assholes)

“There’s a lot of people out there hurting right now,” a friend of mine said a few months ago. Sigh. She’s probably right. Given if you’re a woman, a person of color, LGBT or disabled and an American it’s hard not to feel hurt by the current state of the country. 884 more words

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Jazzercise Offers Free Classes for Young Adults

By Logan Guzik, junior

Free Jazzercise classes are now available for young adults ages 16-21, thanks to “Girl Force,” a program being offered throughout 2017 by the local Ellettsville Jazzercise Studio located at the Richland Plaza near the IGA. 294 more words

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