The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 27, 1996 · Page 62
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 62

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Learn to Dance The In One Easy Lesson! DON'T KNOW THE MOVES? . .. . team Quick and Easy! ALREADY KNOW THE BASICS? . _. . Add Sparkle and P«azz! Shake It Up With WIL VELOZ- Latin Dance Pro Teaches Four Hot Party Dances •THr MfOVCR COLfFA (Shake Ya Booty) IT'S Weddings, birthday parties, cruises, the club scene... The festivities just aren't complete until you get up, let loose, and dance the Macarena. And "take me out to the ballgame" is now a whole new experience. Imagine an entire stadium - 50,000 fans or more - joining in one gigantic Macarena line dance. It's happening, time and time again! MUSIC... GRKAT MOVES... WILB, CPAZV FUN The Macarena is a Spanish dance with roots in the party resorts of Mexico, Spain, the Mediterranean and the Caribbean. The song tells or Macarena, a young lady who loves to flirt, shop, and enjoy life to the hilt. Not surprisingly, the Macarena has become the *1 international dance sensation! And it's so easy - You don't even need a partner. LAUGH, SING, StfRN Iff Tit* DANCt FLOOR Get in sync with WIL VELOZ, famous Macarena pro, and party like youVe never partied before. He and his dance team will teach you the Macarena plus 3 more exciting Latin dances. Just follow along, repeating portions of the video as needed. The Macarena lesson includes the basics, plus double-time and Cuban stylings. Next comes A Mover La Colita, or "Shake Ya Booty". It's a hip-rolling, hand-clapping firecracker of a dance... Absolutely perfect for clubs and parties. Also included are lessons in the Salsa and the Merengue, two marvelous partner dances. Full- color video; approx. 30 min. VHS only. Thank you for your oraer. 30-DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE HERE'S HOW TO ORDER: Please specify the MACARENA Video - Item W838. Along with your name, address, and zip code, send $14.95 plus $2.95 postage and handling. Total $17.90. TWO for only $28.00 plus $4.95 postage and handling. Total $32.95. Make check/M.O. payable to Elizabeth Kaye Collection, and mall to: Elizabeth Kay* Collection, Dept. MX-2 Box 9001, Cold Spring Harbor, NY 11724-9001 NJ residents please add sales tax. Credit cards welcome - Visa or MasterCard only. Include card name, account number, expiration date. Wow* GtC AWKHHW PU«t» <*» up to 4-6 wwb fa dfbry. -W AEROBICS CUSS ^Developing a routine This week your coach is Florence Griffith Joyner. Q: I lead an aerobics class for women ages 58-82. I've been using the same music for the two months I've volunteered, and the ladies are complaining about the repetition. I searched libraries and stores and finally found a tape with Latin American music —just the right speed. Now I need to work up a routine. Any ideas or suggestions? Helene Frank, Punta Gorda, fla. Flo-Jo: I applaud your efforts. I know that some people in that age group can feel they're too old to benefit from exercise. Not true! It's a great idea to work up your own routine to music you all like. You may want to get several tapes with different types of music, so you can create several different routines. Then go to your local video rental store and rent some workout tapes. Find some that use music with a similar beat, and use those steps. Your routine should have a 5- or 10-minute warm-up, 10 or 15 minutes of aerobic work to get heart rates up, and a cool-down. Just because you work with older women doesn't mean you have to create routines with slow music or simple steps. I work out with my mother (she's 66), and she surprises me all the time. She likes to walk very fast, and she also enjoys cycling and aqua aerobics. She does regular aerobics with my fitness video, but she doesn't like my R&B music (she prefers country music). Get input from your students on the steps and music they enjoy. With their help, and the knowledge you get from viewing a variety of fitness tapes, I'm sure you'll develop a winning program, d Qtorje Foreman and Florence Qrtffltb fcynw Ww turns answering question* on getting and staying to shape In this ewtaive weekly column. Write: "Rtnew,' 1000 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, Vs. 222294012 (e-mail: fttnws@U8aweehend.com; fee 703-276-5518). 9 OMUNE:Sti«M your potential In the Bo^Smaitt area of USA WEEKEND. Aakeyvwtf USA WEEKEND. 14 USA WEEKEND • Oct. 25-27, 1996

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