Skip to content

A Choreographed Cool-Down

Reinvigorate the end of class with a familiar song and groovy moves.

By Yoav Avidar on May 12, 2009

We put a lot of effort into the main part of choreography classes, but what about the cool-down? It’s more than just a time to catch your breath and fly over some basic stretches. Take a moment to make the cool-down a creative part of your class. One way to do this is to choreograph a known song—old or new. A good example is “Dancing Queen,” a popular ABBA song and a recent hit from the musical Mamma Mia! The following is set to the soundtrack of the Broadway musical (Act 1, track 7).

Download Article (PDF)


Avatar

Yoav Avidar

Yoav Avidar is a Nike elite trainer and co-owner of B.Education, Israel's leading fitness and dance certification institution. He is also Israel's 2001 Instructor of the Year. Yoav's instructional skills, creativity, dynamism and charisma have made him a popular presenter in more than 15 countries.

Leave a Comment





ADVERTISEMENT

Related Articles

Sample Class: Something for Everyone

Use simple circuit segments to get the entire class involved.

Creative Ideas That Inspire

Get a cross-section of your membership involved in your programs.

Subscribe to Our Newsletter

Stay up to date with our latest news and products.

Subscribe to the Newsletter