For Immediate Release
September 17, 2013
Carlsbad, Calif. (Sept. 18, 2013)
JAZZERCISE OFFERS COMPLIMENTARY FITNESS CLASSES DURING FREE DAYS SEPT. 23-29
– Who said nothing in life is free? Jazzercise, the world’s leading dance fitness program, is offering free dance fitness classes the week of Sept. 23-29, no strings attached! New customers are invited to pick one free day of their choice to try Jazzercise in at participating locations worldwide.
Each 60-minute Jazzercise group fitness class offers a fun and effective total body workout that includes a combination of dance, resistance training, Pilates, yoga, kickboxing and Latin-style movements set to today’s popular hit music. Jazzercise participants can burn up to 600 calories per class.
“Walk into a Jazzercise class on any given day and you could hear Pitbull, Jennifer Lopez, Maroon 5 and Taylor Swift,” said Jazzercise Founder and CEO Judi Sheppard Missett.
“It's this variety of music mixed with current dance movements that make Jazzercise feel more like a girl’s night out than a workout.”
For those who have never attended a Jazzercise class, Jazzercise instructors ensure customers don’t miss a beat with step-by-step instruction and technique tips. New customers can learn the basic moves at home by clicking Learn the Moves
participants can take advantage of a 50 percent off joining fee offer with electronic auto payment sign-up after the free trial. Current customers who refer a friend during Free Days receive $20 cash when their friend registers. Free Days is valid at participating locations to customers who have not attended class in six months or longer.
For further information or to find a class, go to jazzercise.com
or call (800)FIT-IS-IT.
Judi Sheppard Missett, who turned her love of jazz dance into a worldwide dance exercise phenomenon, founded the Jazzercise dance fitness program in 1969. Today, Jazzercise hosts a network of 7,800 instructors teaching more than 32,000 classes weekly in 32 countries. The workout program has positively affected millions of people worldwide. Benefits include increased cardiovascular endurance, strength, and flexibility, as well as an overall "feel good" factor.
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