New Year Dance Challenge

$15.00

2 – 31 January 2018

January is a time when a lot of people make a resolution to be more active, but sadly only around 8% of people fulfil their resolution.

To help you make real change to be more active in 2018, we are running a New Year Challenge to get you doing more dance-related exercise, and to set concrete and achievable goals for moving more.

You’ll be able to set your own objective about how often and how long you’ll exercise, eg 20 minutes a day, or 30 minutes 3 times a week

You’ll also be able to choose whether to do:

  • dance conditioning style exercises
  • short dance routines
  • ballet barre exercises
  • or a combination of the three

We’ll give you video and written exercises to do.

You’ll get support through the Move Through Life Members’ Facebook page.

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January is a time when a lot of people make a resolution to be more active, but sadly only around 8% of people fulfil their resolution.

To help you make real change to be more active in 2018, we are running a New Year Challenge to get you doing more dance-related exercise, and to set concrete and achievable goals for moving more.

What is the challenge?

The challenge is to set a goal about how long (how many minutes) and how often (how many times each week) you will do dance-related exercise each week in January.

We recommend you aim for at least 140 minutes each week (which could be 20 minutes every day, or fewer days with a longer workout on each of those days).

* If you are going to be away and unable to do any exercise for a week or so, you can build this into your goal so that your goal is achievable.

What is dance-related exercise?

It could be as simple as putting music on and dancing to it each day.  In our Spring Challenge, one person put together a song list to give her a set of songs to move to every day.

But if you prefer to have some direction, you will be able to access videos and written guidelines on three different types of dance-related exercise. You can choose one, mix them up, or make up your own movement plan.

  • Dance conditioning exercises to improve strength and flexibility. You can choose from 6 different groups of exercises, with each group focusing on something different, such as leg flexibility, upper body strength and flexibility, leg and foot strength, balance, hip mobility, and core strength.
  • Dance routines – choose from several simple dance routines that you can follow along with each day
  • Ballet exercises – do a ballet barre and some centre exercises that don’t require much space

When is the challenge?

The challenge will start on 2 January and run until 31 January

Registrations open on 1 December and close on 28 December

You can choose any time of day to do you dance exercises, and you can do it anywhere.

How will it work?

We’ll setup a webpage where you can access the videos and support materials.

We’ll also use our existing Move Through Life Members’ Facebook Group as a place to share inspiration, results, challenges, and more.

We’ll also send weekly emails to check in and see how you are going, to help keep you motivated and overcome any obstacles.

Each day, you’ll check in to let us know how many minutes of exercise you’ve done.  You’ll get points for checking in, and will be able to see how you are going compared to others involved in the challenge using the Challenge Leaderboard.

 

How much does it cost?

The challenge cost is $15.

However, if you are already a membership of Move Through Life (on a Virtual, Bronze, Silver, Gold or Platinum plan), you get a 50% discount, bringing the cost down to $7.50.

All members will be sent an email with a promo code to enter into MindBody when signing up for the challenge.  The code will also be posted in the Members’ Facebook group.  If you are unable to find the promo code, email Anne at info@mtl-dancestudio.com.au and she will send it to you.

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