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Tuesday, October 23rd, 2012

For adults out there who are interested in sculpting and toning their bodies the way that professional ballerinas do every day, the Studio 180 Ballet Sculpt & Tone class is the first step towards that lean and lithe ballerina body we all envy! Studio 180’s very own Miss Brooke has taken the best and most successful aspects of ballet technique, barre method and classic fitness training and combined them into an awesome class that will kick (and tone!) butt in a new, fun and unique way. Whether you are a trained ballerina or you have never danced before, this class is sure to push your body in a new way.

One of the best parts of Studio 180’s Sculpt & Tone class is that unlike your regular workout at the gym, you may not feel it the next day. This is because while you are working your muscles in new ways, you are also stretching them in new ways throughout the class. This allows for a more relaxed after-effect from the workout, and confirms that while strengthening, you are also lengthening your muscles as you work on that ballerina body!

Miss Brooke’s Sculpt & Tone class uses all of the technique of ballet class along with yoga mats, weighted gloves and thera-bands, resulting in an amazingly effective 60-minute workout that can’t be matched at the gym. And the difference you see after just one class is remarkable-the students in Ballet Sculpt & Tone can attest to that-just ask them! After just a few classes, you will notice your tummy tightening up and your heart-rate getting healthier. While the class is not geared to keeping your heart rate at its maximum level for the entirety of the time, the sustained movement and technical requirements throughout will cause even the most hard-core athletes to keep coming back for more. No dance experience is required; if you are ready for an awesome class that has been extensively researched to create curriculum that produces results, check out Miss Brooke’s Studio 180 Sculpt & Tone class and see how it will change your body and your life!

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Monday, Septmber 17th, 2012

If you want to begin dancing as an adult, my personal opinion is to start with Modern Dance! Modern is by no means easier or simpler than the other forms, however, because of its origins, it pulls from more pedestrian movement. Although I wouldn’t suggest modern dance as the starting point for some of our younger dancers, who are often best suited to transition into modern from a more technical discipline such as ballet, the maturity and the honest intention necessary for modern dance is a wonderful way for adults to find their creativity through dance and movement.

Modern dance allows one to explore movement from the core and use human experience as inspiration for dance movement. Modern allows anyone, with years of dance experience or with only a hungry interest in the art, to step into the shoes that they create for themselves. Often, for adults who begin their exploration of dance and movement through modern dance, this leads to a natural transition into other disciplines based on one’s inherent facilities-some may find ease in more heavy footed movement like hip hop; others may find that their interest and ability lend themselves to more light and airy movement, as found in ballet. No matter your background or strength, one thing remains the same: modern dance allows everyone to experience movement, initiated from within, and thus gives each of us the opportunity to fully understand why dance makes us whole.

Come take our adult modern class on Mondays at 6pm!

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Thursday, February 9th, 2012

Piloxing, very much like Zumba, is designed to make working out fun, challenging and rewarding! While Zumba is definitely created for a fun time, Piloxing adds to the mix the strengthening of femininity. Piloxing combines boxing, Pilates and dance moves for an intense workout that provides both cardio and weight sections (an interval design) to produce a more toned, sleek body and attitude! Their motto says it all: “Sleek, Sexy and Powerful!”

Although Piloxing is a new fad, it is quickly growing on the West Coast (and of course, we’re lucky enough to have it at Studio 180). And, it differs from Zumba in the dance background aspect. Both Piloxing and Zumba include dance as an intricate part of the workout, however Zumba comes from Latin dance and Piloxing comes more from Jazz, Ballet and Modern dance. Both are super fun and burn calories fast, but with them both at Studio 180, you can tailor your workout to your interests!

Check out the client testimonials and before/after shots of them:http://piloxing.com/testimonials/clients.php – it’s clear that Piloxing makes a huge difference AND even if you are completely de-conditioned, you can get your health, life and confidence back with Piloxing!

Also check out the celebrity following and quick video at the bottom of this blog: http://piloxing.com/blog/general/6-celebrities-that-enjoy-piloxing/

here Dance Fitness to Help Kick Adult Obesity

Monday, January 9th, 2012

Unfortunately, it is widely known and true that Americans are getting bigger and bigger each day and, due to weight gain, diseases such as diabetes are on the rise. While the economy is down and everyone seems to be working harder or working hard to get work, we musn’t forget about our bodies. Exercise is necessary, especially if you’re having a bad day – let out some endorphins and sweat out some frustration.

Studio 180 offers a slew of adult fitness classes. Whether you want to dance or work out in a dance outline, we have classes to help keep your heart and mind healthy. Even if 1 class a week is all you can afford, here’s why you should still go for it:

1. One class is better than nothing (and more than 1 is even better)!

2. Since dance needs practice, you can take your choreography or exercises home to work on while waiting for the next week’s class.

3. You don’t think about the fact that you’re exercising – especially for people who have been out of the game for a while, you will forget your working so hard because you’ll be thinking about the choreography (no treadmills here).

4. Studio 180 offers a welcoming environment with all different shapes, sizes, endurances and levels but all with enthusiasm. Our students are supportive of each other and we, as teachers, love the adult companionship!

5. Check out the following statistics from http://www.aahperd.org/naspe/advocacy/governmentRelations/upload/FasinFat2011.pdf:

Adult Obesity Rates and Trends (2008-2010)

• Adult obesity rates rose in 16 states over the past year. No state decreased.

• Twelve states now have obesity rates above 30 percent: Alabama, Arkansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and West Virginia. Four years ago, only one state was above 30 percent.

• Obesity rates exceed 25 percent in more than two-thirds of states (38 states).

• Obesity rates rose for a second year in a row in six states (Illinois, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Missouri, Rhode Island, and Texas) and rose for a third year in a row in five states (Florida, Kansas, Maine, Oklahoma, and Vermont).

• Mississippi had the highest rate of obesity at 34.4 percent. Colorado had the lowest rate at 19.8 percent and is the only state with a rate below 20 percent.

• Obesity and obesity-related diseases such as diabetes and hypertension continue to remain the highest in the South. Except for Michigan, the top 10 most obese states in the country are all in the South. In addition, nine of the 10 states with the highest rates of diabetes and physical inactivity are in the South, as are the 10 states with the highest rates of hypertension. Northeastern and Western states continue to have the lowest obesity rates.

• Adult diabetes rates increased in 11 states and Washington, D.C. in the past year. In eight states, more than 10 percent of adults now have type 2 diabetes.

• The number of adults who report they do not engage in any physical activity rose in 14 states in the past year. Two states (California and Texas) saw a decline in adult physical inactivity levels.

• Obesity increased for men in nine states, and for women in ten states, and decreased for women in one state (Nevada).

• Those who did not graduate high school have the highest rates of obesity (32.8 percent). Those who graduated high school but did not go on to college or a technical school have the second highest obesity rate (30.4 percent), and those who went to college/technical school had an obesity rate of 29.6 percent. Those who graduate from college/technical school had the lowest obesity rate (21.5 percent).

• Households that make less than $15,000 have a 33.8 percent obesity rate. They are followed closely by households that make between $15,000 and $25,000 (31.8 percent), $25,000 and $35,000 (29.7 percent) and $35,000 and $50,000 (29.5 percent). However, households that have an income above $50,000 have a 24.6 percent obesity rate.

Changes in Adult Obesity, Overweight, Diabetes, and Hypertension Over Time

• Twenty years ago, no state had an obesity rate above 15 percent. Fifteen years ago, Mississippi had the highest obesity rate, at 19.4 percent, which is lower than the lowest ranking state today, (Colorado at 19.8 percent).

• Twenty years ago, the state with the highest combined obesity and overweight rate was 49 percent. Ten years ago, only two states had a combined rate above 60 percent. Now, the lowest rate is 54.8 percent, and 44 states are above 60 percent.

• Twenty years ago, 37 states had hypertension rates over 20 percent. Now, every state is over 20 percent, with nine over 30 percent.

• Over the past 15 years, seven states have doubled their rate of obesity. Another 10 states nearly doubled their obesity rate, with increases of at least 90 percent. And 22 more states saw obesity rates increase by at least 80 percent.

• Since 1995, obesity rates have grown the fastest in Oklahoma, Alabama, and Tennessee, and have grown the slowest in Washington, D.C., Colorado, and Connecticut.

• Over the past 15 years, diabetes rates have doubled in ten states. In 1995, only four states had diabetes rates above six percent. Now, 42 states and Washington, D.C. have diabetes rates over seven percent and 31 states and Washington, D.C. have rates above eight percent.

• Ten years ago, no state had an obesity rate above 24 percent, and now 43 states have higher obesity rates than the state that was the highest in 2000.

http://lotnoso.ru/2537.html Zumba Proof
Friday, January 27th, 2012

Zumba has hit the East Coast hard and with constantly growing numbers in followers. However, Studio 180 had it 2 years ago and has since developed a high cardio Zumba style. I highly recommend Zumba for any and everyone. There is always an array of fitness and dance levels in each class, but everyone in class is always smiling!

Zumba has become such a hit because it is a fun workout – sometimes running on a treadmill or your usual gym routines may get boring. While many gyms have dance fitness classes, Zumba is the first one to make you feel sexy while shedding pounds. Beto Perez, the creator, just wanted to have fun in a dance exercise class he was teaching one day (and forgot his music ), put on some of his favorite Latin tunes and BOOM – Zumba was born!

While every Zumba class is different dependent upon the instructor and how much you push yourself, you can burn hundreds of calories per class. So, in the end – you’re having fun, you’re challenged mentally and physically, you feel sexy, you learn awesome dance moves and you lose weight fast! Check out this video that shows some hard core followers who have had their lives changed with Zumba – the proof is in their testimonials.

Zumba Confessions