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Shaun T’s New Workout — “Let’s Get Up!”

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Shaun T’s NEW Workout — “Let’s Get Up!”

Wow…the awesome Beachbody news just keeps on coming! First we found out about the merger with MYX Fitness and now I get to announce a great new program — Shaun T’s new workout called “Let’s Get Up!”

I’m SUPER excited about this newest Beachbody workout! Why? Because it’s a DANCE workout!

I love watching professional dancers perform…do you? I’m always amazed by their style, grace AND their incredible athleticism.

Dancers are in great cardio shape, are super fit, and have beautifully toned muscles. They’re also full of energy and exude body confidence.

Are you ready to get in dance shape with me???

Shaun T’s New Workout

“Let’s Get Up” is a 30 day program that will have you working out six days a week. The workouts are about 30 minutes long and include several elements.

The program has easy-to-follow dance moves that are set to some heart pumping, sweat inducing dance music.

Shaun T also includes some resistance training moves AND some Insanity moves.

The resistance training includes two dumbbell workouts a week that will help raise your metabolism and get you burning more calories. You’ll love the way these workouts sculpt your muscles.

Most importantly, this workout is FUN.

Who is Shaun T?

I know Shaun T personally for a really long time (my partner and I have actually worked out with him!), but maybe you haven’t heard of him. He’s the creator several Beachbody faves like Insanity and Insanity Max 30, Transform:20, Focus, Cize (another fun dance workout), and more!

He’s helped so many people transform their lives through fitness — and he’s just a good guy.

Shaun loves dancing and it shows. He’s danced alongside some greats including Nick Carter and Mariah Carey.

“Let’s Get Up” is for Any Level!

Serious, even beginners will love the “Let’s Get Up” workout.

Even if you have no dance experience or you’re new to fitness, just follow the modifier until you’re comfortable doing more.

If you’ve been training hard and you’re looking for something new to add to your program, you’re going to love this workout!

Do You Need Any Equipment for “Let’s Get Up”?

There’s no equipment necessary for the dance workouts. You will want some light to medium dumbbells for the resistance workouts — it’s not required, but you’ll get a lot more out of the exercises with them.

4 Benefits of Dance Workouts

I don’t like dancing in a gym in front of a bunch of people at a club…I’m just NOT graceful. But, when I’m home alone and the music comes on, I’m in! Do you relate?

Music is a universal language and the benefits of dance workouts are many!

#1 — Dance Workouts Burn Calories While Building Muscle

You don’t have to be miserable by doing miserable exercises to burn calories. It’s SO much more fun to move your body to music while burning tons of calories.

You’re going to sweat A LOT when you do the “Let’s Get Up” workout and, because of the added muscle-building resistance moves, you’re going to rev up your metabolism, too.

Dancing + muscle resistance = major calorie burn and muscle toning. 

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#2 — Dance Workouts Offer Full-Body Conditioning

Dancing is a full-range-of-motion exercise that will engage all your muscles. If you walk, run, or use a treadmill or stair climber, you don’t access your full range of motion.

Dancing gets everything in on the act — you’ll work all your joints and muscles.

#3 — Dance Workouts Exercise Your Brain Too

Dancing works your brain because you’re learning choreography while coordinating them to the beat of the music.

Anyone who has tried this before knows this gets your brain’s attention! (Thank goodness I’m at home where no one can see me be a big goof.)

Seriously though…dancing workouts actually keep your brain young, while reducing the risk of dementia!

#4 — Dance Workouts Are Fun!

Last, but certainly not least, one of the best benefits of dance workouts is that they’re fun! You’re going to want to do Let’s Get Up! six days a week because you’ll be enjoying it so much.

What’s better than a heart-pumping, muscle-building workout that you actually look forward to???

Let’s take our workouts to the next level with Shaun T!

“Let’s Get Up” Sample Workout

Here’s a sample workout so you can get a feel for the program…enjoy!

A Few Tips for Beginners

If you’ve never done a dance workout before, I have a few easy tips that I’ve learned from doing them…

Stop Judging Yourself

We need to quiet our inner critic and stop judging ourselves! I know…I’ve been there before. Just remember…unless you’ve had dance training in the past, you’re not going to nail all the steps right away.

It takes some practice to start getting the steps. That’s okay! You’re still going to get a great workout and have fun while you learn…in the privacy of your own home.

Rest When Necessary

Don’t feel bad about hitting the pause button if you need to take a little breather in the beginning. Some combinations may feel super challenging at first and that’s normal.

Your brain and body are learning something new and coordinating it opens up new synapses in your brain. (Remember, that’s one of the reasons it’s so good for us!)

If you need to hit pause and take a moment to figure out some steps, go right ahead!

When Can I Get “Let’s Get Up”?

VIP Early Access starts on May 3, 2021, but the program won’t be available in the Beachbody On Demand library until the Fall of 2021.

If you don’t have a Beachbody On Demand membership, sign up below so we can get dancing in my private accountability group. Seriously…it’s one of the BEST fitness memberships out there!

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Author: Monica

Wife, mother, former elementary school teacher, one-half of a dynamic coaching team and co-founder of the Fit Club Network. I am currently an Independent 14 Star Diamond Coach whose passionate about helping others transform their lives.

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