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THE ULTIMATE DANCEHALL WORKOUT: 5 EASY MOVES FOR AN ISLAND LIFE BODY


 

It’s almost impossible to hear and not dance to a reggae beat. at the beach in Jamaica, there is always a music store playing music or a car will come and play music for the rest of the day as we are informed by mystic Davis who made appearances on Katy Perry and major lazor music videos. Usually seaside’s is little more than bikini revealing toned body which perhaps the best argument we have come across for trading it all in for the island life. Davis revealed that her sculptural frame is as a result of regular dips in the ocean, eating the best Jamaica food and two dancing sessions every day. She further reveals that any good dancehall move becomes a full body workout engaging calves, core, thigh and triceps and toning each to the beat.

 

 

According to Davis, nothing beats getting down in the open air for the ultimate calorie burner. This is because when you are in the sun, you are doing half the work and the sun is doing the other half which makes it twice more fun. Davis goes ahead to reveal five of the simple dancehall moves which includes. The Bogle, which is named after its pioneer Gerald levy a pioneer dancer in Jamaica. The circular arm motion is a celebration move that works the upper body and your abs. keep your stomach tight while enjoying the move and don’t worry about the burn because once you start, you will forget about the burn

 

I am addicted to you - THE ULTIMATE DANCEHALL WORKOUT 5 EASY MOVES FOR AN ISLAND LIFE BODY 3

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The butterfly, which was made by the famous dance hall queen Carlene, this popular Jamaican move, is usually done with both legs. It actually the best move for toning. The blah daff, blah daff is a name for a song and a dance at the same time. The move was created some time ago and everybody does it. When incorporated with a deep bend, one has to use her abs to maintain control because you are pushing back and forth.

 

 

The Mh la la, Jamaica dancers tend to name every move they create. Davis created this move while in Russia teaching some people who were conservative but still wanted to do something sexy without doing it too much. If you are at a party and you bounce left right up down, you would still feel like you were dancing. The move works for your calves and thighs in a squat position and in your stomach one you engage it. The twitter wine, the move is for the abs and butt. It’s a squirt but you are still working the core by pushing the pelvis, moving the hips. The move is still upper body because it involves the arms. Every move here is basically full body work out.