It's All About The Details

Our Jazzercise apparel combines function, bold colors and even a little lace to make you feel comfortable and cute during your workout. Yes that's right, workout clothes can be sexy! See what makes this Fall 2014 collection one of our best yet!

Say Hello to Sunscreen

Make sun safety a daily habit and protect yourself from skin cancer, which is the most common form of cancer in America. Here are a few facts about sunblock that will help you choose the right one for your skin.

Are Homemade Meals Better Than Processed Food?

Processed food is certainly easy to prepare and can save on time, but with a lengthy ingredient list leaden with sugar, salt, fat and chemicals, they’re not so great for your body. Processed food is anything that has been altered from the way Mother Nature made it. If it comes in a package, it’s likely processed. Foods left in their natural state are highly nutritious and can be made into inexpensive, tasty meals in less time than it takes to have a meal at a restaurant.

The Music That Moves You

What makes Jazzercise workout music move you? Is it the beat, the energy, volume or danceability? Is it the sexy and steamy storyline? Or is it that you can relate to it in your everyday life? We try to come up with a mixture of songs for class that have all of these qualities and your votes told us we’re on the right path! Here is a look at our top songs playing in class right now!

Why Vitamin E Oil Should Be Your New Best Friend

Vitamin E oil has so many benefits; you may want to consider applying it all the time. You can use it to reduce those leftover summer brown spots, diminish wrinkles, remove makeup, hydrate cuticles and heal scars.

Staying Active with Kids Back in School

The lazy days of summer can slip into endless errands as children go back to school. Here are some tips to maintain your fitness regimen. 

Show Your Heart A Little TLC During Heart Health Month

Since February is American Heart Month, we’d like to give your heart health a little TLC. High cholesterol increases the risk for heart disease. Fortunately, you can help heal yourself and restore healthy cholesterol levels through eating a heart-healthy diet. 

Reversing Heart Disease with Dr. Dean Ornish

February is Healthy Heart Month, and the goal is to raise awareness about how to be as heart-healthy as possible. The bad news is that heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. The good news is that with self-care through diet and exercise, heart disease is highly preventable. 

Fight Heart Disease And The Flu This Winter With This Low Cholesterol Recipe

Since February is American Heart Month, we’re featuring a low fat, low cholesterol recipe with black rice. It's nutritional value also helps fight the flu in addition to heart disease.

Healthy Eating Habits and Recipes for National Nutrition Month®

Eating right can be easy. By making small changes to the way we shop, snack and cook we can create meaningful improvements in the way we feel. In honor of National Nutrition Month® the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics encourages us to enjoy the taste of eating right. Here are some tips and recipes you can use to create nutritious meals, make the most of your calories, snack smarter, and develop easy habits for a healthy lifestyle.

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