Frozen Dance Fitness Video
“Let It Go” is a powerful song and not a typical workout-style song. Therefore, this workout is much more dance based than workout-move based. It will definitely give a cardio workout!
The steps and difficulty of this workout are harder than most. Just keep moving and do the breakdown of this workout however many times you need.
Do the movements as small or as big as feels good to your body. I do high leg kicks because I’ve had years of dance. However, if this is new to you, start out smaller and work up to bigger movements at your own pace.
Just Keep Moving
The main thing is to keep moving! You don’t have to perform each step perfectly.
The breakdown is made for you to go through as many times as you need. You may want to go through it before you do the full workout each time or just use it the first few times you do the workout.
Keep your core activated throughout the routine by lengthening your body and drawing your belly button into your spine. You shouldn’t feel the moves or routine in your lower back. If you do find you feel it in your lower back, activate your abdominals and glutes even more.
Do a warmup before this workout and a cool-down after. You may also choose to do the breakdown a couple of times as you warm up.
Here are some ideas for you to use this workout (times are approximate):
20-Minute Workout – Do the breakdown 2x and full workout 1x. This would be slightly longer when cooling down.
40 -Minute Workout – Do the breakdown 3x and full workout 4x.
60-Minute Workout – Do the breakdown 2x and full workout 4x. Repeat breakdown and full workout alternating each 2x. Follow with approximately 5-minute cool-down.
Let yourself enjoy the movement … let yourself go in this workout! If you have a special request for a dance workout, just let me know!
Here are 10 other dance workouts you can try!
Note: For all my dance workouts, see my dance workout category.