Dancing for weight loss is the choice of those who, want to burn extra pounds and enhance the shape of their body. If we consider dancing as one of the fitness directions, it is worth a useful cardio-loading and the synchronized gym work of different muscle groups during musical exercises.

Regular dance training is especially recommended for those who are newcomers in sport. You can chose music and regulate the speed and tempo of the training, adjusting it to your current physical state. What is more, dancing will definitely cheer you up and rise your mood!

These are the movements that you can do with music at home. Invite your friends to make a workout dancing party and have fun!

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#1. Burpee

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- Lie down on your back with your legs straight and feet together so your body forms a straight line. Next, raise your arms up over your head (in line with the rest of your body) and inhale. This is the starting position.

- Begin exercise by swinging your arms forward, while raising your torso and coming up off the ground and onto your feet without touching the ground with your hands.

- Next, lean forward and place your hands onto the ground and kick your feet back into a plank position. Reverse movement back to starting position. This completes one rep.

#2. Jump Squat

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- Stand with your feet hip width apart. Your toes should be pointing straight ahead or only slightly outward. Cross your arms in front of your body, place your hands behind your head or at the sides of your head.

- Keep your weight on your heels and bend your knees while lowering your hips towards the ground as if you are sitting down on a chair. Keep your back straight at all times. Continue until you feel a slight stretch in your quadriceps. Do not let your knees extend out beyond the level of your toes.

- Pause for a count of one. In an explosive movement, drive down through your heels pushing yourself up of the floor with your quads. At the same time extend our arms out above you. Land with your knees slightly bent to absorb the impact. Repeat.

#3. Side Plank Hip Lifts

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- Lay down on your side so that only your forearm and the side of your foot are touching the ground.

- Make your body into a straight line (side plank position).

- Bend at the waist and lower your hip towards the ground and then back up again.

- Repeat for the desired amount of repetitions and then switch sides.

#4. Bicycles

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- Lie flat on an exercise mat on the floor keeping your lower back straight with no arching of your spine and with your knees bent and feet flat on the floor. Place your hands lightly on the sides of your head. Curl your torso upwards so your shoulders are slightly raised off the floor..

- Raise your knees until your thighs are at a right angle to the floor and your calves are parallel to the floor. This is the start position. Slowly move your legs in a pedaling action as if you are riding a bicycle. As you do so, exhale and bring your opposing elbow close to each knee by crunching to one side. Left elbow to right knee. Right elbow to left knee.

- After each crunch, return to the start position inhaling as you do so. Without pausing, repeat the movement to the other side. Repeat without pausing for the desired number of repetitions to each side.

#4. Glute Kickback

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- Kneel on the floor or an exercise mat and bend at the waist with your arms extended in front of you (perpendicular to the torso) in order to get into a kneeling push-up position but with the arms spaced at shoulder width. Your head should be looking forward and the bend of the knees should create a 90-degree angle between the hamstrings and the calves. This will be your starting position.

- As you exhale, lift up your right leg until the hamstrings are in line with the back while maintaining the 90-degree angle bend. Contract the glutes throughout this movement and hold the contraction at the top for a second. Tip: At the end of the movement the upper leg should be parallel to the floor while the calf should be perpendicular to it.

- Go back to the initial position as you inhale and now repeat with the left leg.

#5. In & Out Squat

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- Stand straight with your feet together and hands by your side. Jump up, spread your feet, bend your knees pressing your hips back, and open your arms.

- Push throug the hills to jump back up and bring both hands together above your head.

- Repeat until the set is complete.

#6. Leg Raises

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- Place yourself on your hands knees on an exercise mat.

- Your head should be looking forward and the bend of the knees should create a 90-degree angle between the hamstrings and the calves. This will be your starting position.

- Extend one leg up and behind you. The knee and hip should both extend. Repeat for 5-10 repetitions, and then switch sides.

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