Do you have two left feet and want to learn a few moves? Or maybe you’re feeling a bit fitter after confinement and want a fun way to get in shape?
If that is the case, Adjustment steps is here to help. These fun, upbeat, and energetic exercise classes allow you to perfect your dance, ballroom, and Strictly Come Latin moves while improving your fitness. And with Fitsteps on demand you can do all of this in the comfort of your own home without the need for a dance partner.
Dance lessons are taught by Strictly Come Dancing stars Natalie Lowe and Ian Waite, alongside competitive swimmer Mark Foster, and are becoming an increasingly popular way to get in shape.
FitSteps is taught by Strictly Come Dancing stars Natalie Lowe and Ian Waite, alongside competitive swimmer Mark Foster, to help you perfect your moves in the comfort of your own home
In fact, more than 1,500 new accounts have been created since the lockdown was announced in March.
Not only is dancing good for your health, moving your body is also proven to be a good way to reduce stress, reduce the risk of depression, and improve your mood – which is great if you’re feeling restless. during locking.
Designed for all ages and abilities, FitSteps on demand offers over 150 video tutorials so you can learn complete movements, skills, and routines in a range of popular styles, such as paso doble, foxtrot, and jive.
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You can also enjoy toning and refreshing videos, which encourage you to stretch and strengthen every part of your body. It’s like having your own personal trainer in your living room – minus the hefty price tag.
Best of all, you don’t need a partner and you can learn at your own pace. With FitSteps on demand you can rewind online content as often as you like to get the steps and choreography correct – and you don’t have to take yourself too seriously.
‘It is practice makes perfect. Go at your own pace, and you will soon find that you are learning the steps and feeling the benefits! Ian said.
Best of all, you don’t have to be a seasoned pro – anyone can learn these moves. Ian suggests starting with the jive, which is a happy, energetic and energetic dance.
He says, “The Jive is the easiest dance to learn, while it is a high energy dance; it has simple steps.
“Our routines are simple and easy to follow. We cut each routine down to just four movements, so they’re easy to understand.
He adds, “Some people are born with natural talent, but others get to where they are through hard work, willpower and determination.
“You only have to look at the variety of Strictly celebrities to see that it’s not always the ones who start out as the best dancers who win the show.”
If you want to spin around and make the most of your extra time at home, you can get FitSteps on demand for £ 9.98 per month for unlimited access or save with an annual subscription for £ 99.90.
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