Dance Workout, Zumba Fitness Classes in Worcester, Massachusetts
Group Groove® will make you sweat with a smile during this energizing hour of dance fitness. It’s a sizzling cardio experience that is a fusion of club, urban, and Latin dance styles set to the hottest current hits and the best dance songs ever produced! IF YOU CAN MOVE, YOU CAN GROOVE!
Group Groove® APR19“Burning calories and having fun!” “This dance party was the bomb.com!” “Groove will have you screaming!” “All aboard the party train!”
Group Groove® JAN19“Super-charged sweat and smiles!” “Whole workout is dripping with FINESSE!” “Legs were ALIVE in CardioDANCE 2!” “Dancin’ Fool is the best Finale EVER!”
Group Groove® OCT18“So much SASS-itude!” “LowDANCE is simply the BEST!” “Will make you drop it like it’s hot!” “Finale will leave you smiling and soaked!”
Group Groove® JUL18“Fun, sassy, playful, and definitely intense!” “The hottest dance party imaginable!” “This workout was love at FirstDANCE!” “Shake Ya Rump in LowDANCE!”
Group Groove® is a dance-inspired fitness workout in Worcester, Massachusetts that draws on a variety of dance styles including club, urban, and Latin.
Tap into something “hot” – dance!
Shows such as So You Think You Can Dance and Dancing With The Stars have pushed many dance styles into the mainstream. Tapping into this trend, Group Groove® includes many dance styles rather than just one or two to have the widest appeal possible.
Sweat, burn calories, and have fun!
Group Groove® is great for those that might think exercise is a bit too serious and prefer to smile, scream, and sweat their way to getting fitter and healthier. If you always tap your foot or wiggle your hips when you hear music, or if you want your hour of exercise to fly by, well then, Groove is for you! More info (printable)
GETTING STARTED WITH GROUP GROOVE® IN Worcester, Massachusetts
WHAT IS IT?
WHAT WILL I DO?
- Warm-Up – We hit the dance floor early with dance-inspired moves designed to help us get our Groove on!
- FirstDANCE – Not wanting to peak too early, this track helps us get our “dance face” on. Mostly low-impact dance moves help us continue to warm up and get to work!
- PartyDANCE – The Groove party has really started now! Sometimes Latin inspired, sometimes the best of Disco…but no matter what, this one puts a smile on your dial and gets the heart working.
- LowDANCE 1 – We work on shaping and toning the legs and glutes with dance styles that drop us low in the legs so we feel the burn…did we say urban, anybody?!
- CardioDANCE 1 – As the name implies, this one serves up the work, meaning hearts will be pounding and sweat will be pouring! Could cardio really be this fun???
- LowDANCE 2 – The low-down on this track is that we get lower than before. This one is designed to give us a “leg training hangover.” Urban tunes will drive this track.
- CardioDANCE 2 – Climb to the second cardio peak with this hot, sweaty, and pounding Groove!
- BreakDANCE – Not to be confused with resting…this is the calm before the storm.
- Finale – The class finishes on an emotional and physical high with this big dance fusion!
- Cool Down – Think slow, cool dance – the one before you go home. We’ll stretch out those dancing muscles to make sure you recover and are ready for your next Groove!
IS IT FOR ME?
- Anyone looking for a fun way to get a great cardio workout
- Those who might find “exercise” a bit too serious and just need to smile
- Anyone who has danced in their bedroom while using a hairbrush as a microphone
- Anyone who can’t stop tapping their foot or wiggling their hips whenever they hear any song
- Those who just want to express themselves
- Anyone who wants to feel young again
- Anyone who watches Dancing with the Stars or So You Think You Can Dance
HOW OFTEN SHOULD I DO IT?
- Wear comfortable workout attire. Most people wear sweatpants, cargo pants, or shorts with tanks or t-shirts. Basically anything that makes you feel cool and lets you move.
- Wear comfortable athletic shoes. We suggest not wearing platform shoes.
- Bring a water bottle and a towel.
- Arrive 15 minutes before class and introduce yourself to the instructor. The instructor will answer any questions you may have to help put you at ease.
- Stand close to the center of the room so you can see the instructor clearly. It is not necessary to be at the front, and having a couple of other participants in front of you can help provide visual information about the movements.
- Try to ignore any mirrors in the room, as they can be distracting. Just have fun and remember that the instructor is the best source of visual technique information.
- Speak with the instructor at the end of class to ask questions and to check in about your experience.