The holidays are over, and even though we tried our best, one too many cocktails or sweet temptations may have breached our lips. It’s okay. It happens. Jazzercise Founder and CEO Judi Sheppard Missett says don’t be too hard on yourself, shake it off and kick-start 2013 with a fresh nutrition and fitness outlook.
Passionate people are the core of what makes us the best and longest running dance workout program. There are some amazing trainers and exceptional people that participate in our aerobics dance classes. That’s why it became evident that we are doing a disservice by not showing them off to the world.
Want to close out 2012 with a bang? Try these glamourous fashion tips at this year’s holiday party and be Hollywood sleek and starlet sexy. Jazzercise Founder and CEO Judi Sheppard Missett says, “Why not? You’ve worked hard all year, now show it off!”
The pressure of the holidays can be overwhelming. Turning your home into a Norman Rockwell painting, buying gifts, accommodating family and making a dinner worthy of Martha Stewart can leave you stressed and depleted.
Although a luxurious spa treatment is definitely relaxing, there are simple techniques that don’t take time or money. Jazzercise Founder and CEO Judi Sheppard Missett says mental calisthenics can unwind your mind and leave you strong enough to weather any condition with grace and ease.
Aging gracefully is like a well performed dance; it requires repetition and challenge— both mentally and physically. Loss of motor skills and memory can be avoided with exercise and mental stimulation, the keys to a youthful body and mind.
A flexible body and fluid mind are hallmarks of youth, and Jazzercise Founder and CEO Judi Sheppard Missett says that besides being fun, dance is a mind-body experience that requires focus, coordination, and learning new moves. All of these skills can slow down the aging process.