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Dancing With The Stars: Cardio Dance For Weight Loss

Dancing With The Stars: Cardio Dance For Weight Loss
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March 6,2012

New from the #1 Dance Fitness Brand, Lionsgate releases Dancing with the Stars: Cardio Dance for Weight Loss. The all-new workout is based on ABC's hit series, "Dancing with the Stars™," which garners over 35 million average viewers each week! Professional dancers Kym Johnson and Mark Ballas show you how to dance your way to a lean body with three easy-to-follow routines based on the fat-burning moves from the show, perfect for beginners and with no partner needed! Dancing with the Stars: Cardio Dance for Weight Loss will be available on DVD just prior to the March 19th premiere of the 14th season of "Dancing with the Stars."
 
The enormously popular Dancing with the Stars workout franchise has shipped over 2.4 million DVDs to date. Cardio Dance and Latin Cardio Dance are the top-selling dance fitness DVDs of all time. The previous installment, Fat-Burning Cardio Dance, is in the top ten fitness releases in 2011.
 
The Dancing with the Stars: Cardio Dance for Weight Loss DVD includes:
• Warm-Up: Get ready to dance by learning the signature moves that make up the cardio workouts.
• Samba: Boost your heart rate and blast calories with this rhythmical Brazilian dance routine that works your abs, thighs and butt.
• Salsa: This Cuban dance focuses on a 1-2-3 rhythm to give you a full-body workout & a tight tummy.
• Swing: This upbeat American dance combines the Jitter Bug, Lindy Hop, and Jive all in one for the ultimate leg work out.
"Dancing with the Stars" is produced by BBC Worldwide Productions.

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