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Fitness Trends: 8 Reasons Why Everyone Is Jumping On Dance Cardio

From Zumba to Bollywood to Hip Hop, dance cardio is taking the fitness world by storm.  Check out the benefits of this fun workout.

Mood Boosting

We all know how turning on your favorite song and dancing around can immediately brighten up your day.  It’s for this reason that so many are loving turning to dance for cardio – it’s a fun workout that keeps you going with great music to help beat stress.

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Stay Warm and Win Big With Our Cardio Blast Challenge!

Baby, it’s cold outside!  Which is exactly why we’re encouraging you to make your own heat with our Cardio Blast Challenge.  This challenge runs from February 29th-March 13th.  Each time you complete a Booya workout during this time, you’ll be entered to win!  We’re giving away three of each prize, so there are plenty of chances to win.




Be sure to sign-up for the Cardio Blast Challenge!  If you need a little extra push to stay motivated, be sure to join our Booya Fitness Facebook Group where we’ll all be supporting each other throughout the challenge and beyond.




Benefits of Cardio With Strength Training

If you’ve tried one of our workouts that combine strength training and cardio like Brooklyn Bridge Boot Camp: Slim & Strong Drills or Flex Studio TRX Inspired Workout, you know how intense they can be.  The good news is that putting yourself through a tough workout that mixes cardio and strength intervals has many benefits.

You’ll Be a Fat-Burning Machine

As Brooklyn Bridge Bootcamp says, “Conventional cardio programs burn muscle, not fat, and thus don’t provide the lasting results you’re looking for”.  Instead, strength training intervals will help to build the lean muscle mass that helps your body burn fat – even hours after your workout is complete!

You’ll Burn a Ton of Calories

By completing strength training moves during your rest periods of cardio, you’ll be burning more calories than if you just took a complete rest.  This makes it an efficient form of exercise for when you’re short on time!

You’ll Build Your Endurance

If you do steady state cardio for a longer period of time, you’re not able to push yourself as hard as you would in a short but intense interval.  By incorporating cardio intervals into your strength training, you’ll improve your cardiovascular fitness while getting a total-body workout.

You’ll Boost Your Metabolism

Intense intervals followed by less intense intervals help to stimulate your body’s production of human growth hormone.  This means that your body will continue to burn calories for up to 24-48 hours after your workout.