Celebrating the wrap up of our 6 months virtual-workout-journey with a Happy Dance 💃🏻 !
Dancing can be an intense workout that burns major calories and builds muscle.
For a twist, our usual workout squats, shoulder taps and lunges were mixed with moves out of the North Indian Punjabi Folk Dance, Bhangra!
If you’ve ever seen a Bhangra performance or taken a Bhangra dance class, you’ll know how energetic this dance style is. With its high kicks and wide squats, it’s almost like Bhangra was made to be a workout!
The music gets you excited about moving and the moves generally involve high impact hops, which drive the heart rate up in no time!
Social distancing, self-quarantining, and staying at home has made it harder to exercise. But through the routines SR@TPY hopes to have given you ideas to stay active and healthy at the comfort of your own homes!
Thanks to everyone who walked with us through this journey of trying multitudes of workouts catered to sweating out at home 🙂
Special thanks to my co-host Wan Lijia Jennifer for being a sport – always!
Until next time, Stay Home, Stay Safe, stay Active, Stay Healthy!
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