Truth be told, viral dance challenges are one of the best workouts EVER. Learning new moves to a hit song is tons of fun, gets your heart rate up, stimulates the brain, and burns crazy calories as you repeatedly practice the dance combinations until you get them just right. Just head to youtube and try one of iHeartMemphis', iAmDLOW's, or Silento's addictive dance challenges and you'll soon see that you've discovered your favorite workout. The only thing is, you'll be having so much fun that you won't even qualify it as exercise.
So for the first time in PRETTY GIRLS SWEAT history, our #SweatSisterhood teamed up with a group of talented boys @toonzweare and @teamnueera as well as talented teens at @dance411 and it was truly magical watching them motivate and inspire their female peers.
On Saturday, February 27th, we took over the Andrew and Walter Young Family YMCA on Campbellton Rd (Atlanta, GA) with the help of The Let's Dance The Tour!
Special Thanks to our Event Sponsors and Volunteers:
Andrew and Walter Young Family YMCA
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