Tag Archive: dance


OPPAN GANGNAM STYLE

Just because I love PSY oppa this much!!!

I have watched the Gangman style Music video 100th times and I must say the upbeat music with its extra hyper dance steps are to die for! Psy oppa have outdone himself and just like other fitness aficionados, I have this urge to make an aerobic training out of it.

here’s the full PSY oppa’s GANGNAM STYLE MV

credit: http://www.youtube.com/user/officialpsy

here’s WAWA DANCE ACADEMY version – more detailed steps if you want to follow the dance moves.^^

credit: http://www.youtube.com/user/namgeun

the dance steps focus more on leg activity, a bit of core and endurance training.

let’s try doing aerobic The GANGNAM STYLE way!!! 🙂

2NE1’S CLAP YOUR HANDS AEROBIC EXERCISE

Looking for an aerobic training that you can do at the comfort of your own home?

Well, now a day people tend to use dancing as a form of aerobic exercise.

Famous YG Girl Group Idol recently released their new album “21”(to anyone) and one of their title tract is the song “Clap your hands”. With it’s upbeat sound and  Aggressive bass added with flawless raps . This song increasing one’s heart rate thus suitable for an aerobic beat exercise.

Adding up is their superb choreography which is repetitive and is highly recommended for an aerobic exercise routine.

Without further ado, let’s start practicing the “Clap your hands” choreography and together let’s shed some fats!!!

cr.wawarookie (wawa dance academy)

SPREAD THE  2NE1’s CLAP YOUR HANDS CRAZE!!!

Add. Info:

steady state exercise

Any repetitive, rhythmical, relatively low intensity exercise involving large muscle groups. Aerobic exercise increases the body’s demands for oxygen and adds to the workload of the heart and lungs, strengthening the cardiovascular system and helping to develop endurance. For aerobic exercise to have lasting benefit, it should have the following features:

FREQUENCY: at least 3 days per week, but no more than 6
INTENSITY: high enough to elevate the heart rate to between 60 and 80% of its maximum
DURATION: 20-60 minutes of continuous activity.

Examples of good aerobic exercise are jogging, brisk walking, cross-country skiing, swimming, cycling, and dance.