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Dance

Dance . Instructors: Maria Priya. Equipment. TV DVD Mats Dance shoes Water Energy drinks Stereo system Sweats . Performed in. Dance Room Dance room requirements Floor to ceiling mirrors Springy wood floor. Safety Concerns. Stretch Can pull a muscle

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Dance

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  1. Dance Instructors: Maria Priya

  2. Equipment • TV • DVD • Mats • Dance shoes • Water • Energy drinks • Stereo system • Sweats

  3. Performed in • Dance Room Dance room requirements • Floor to ceiling mirrors • Springy wood floor

  4. Safety Concerns • Stretch • Can pull a muscle • break a bone/ sprain joint in elaborate moves • Dance shoes- no socks (you might slip and hurt yourself)

  5. Set up • Check heart rate (should be normal 70-90 BPM) • Lay out mats and stretch to loosen muscles Be sure to stretch legs, arms, neck, and back to avoid tight muscles after dancing • Turn up music (Play Dance CD’s)

  6. Warm Up • Stretching (hamstrings, quads, back, abdomen, shoulders, neck, for e.g., butterfly stretches- you become more flexible) 2 minutes • 15 Jumping Jacks • 15 Sit ups/ pushups

  7. Dance • In this class, we are targeting to choreograph music to a certain song by getting ideas from groups and preforming them out • Through the practice and creativity, we will exercise and reach a desired heart rate to reach a certain level of fitness (moderate)

  8. Dancing • Divide in groups of three • Devise choreographed routines to music (Moves like Jagger) • Decide what routine looks best • Teach the rest of the groups how to go through routine • Practice till heart rate reaches desired target (220-age x 0.7)

  9. Cool Down (10 minutes) • Do a small, slow dance routines that requires more stretching than energy. (5 minutes) • Yoga- lie on the floor, with the light turned off, and slowly relax each muscle in the body starting from toe to the head. Stay in that position for 5 minutes.Heart rate should be about normal by the end

  10. Links • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KQ6zr6kCPj8&ob=av3n • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_IbRqtXF1Zs&feature=related

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