Buti Dance Workout | Crunch Gym Fitness | Class FitSugar

Get ready to shake your moneymaker like you never have before with this 10-minute Buti workout. A hybrid of dance and yoga, this increasingly popular Crunch class mixes traditional yoga poses with pulsing and gyrating moves to tone your entire body while raising your heart rate. It's fast-paced, fun, fierce, and feminine. And might even make you blush a little. Press play and get ready to sweat.

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24 thoughts on “Buti Dance Workout | Crunch Gym Fitness | Class FitSugar”

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  3. Christen Harvey

    As a fitness professional please don’t attempt this unless you really know what you are doing.Β  No cueing….I stopped at “jump into cross legged position”Β  I can just see the frustration….not to mention potential injury to a 40 plus deciding to get off the couch for the first time. Interesting concept though…not for me but I can see some people loving it.

    1. Krystle Martin

      PopSugar is usually for athletes and those who are already in decent shape, not often for someone just working out for the first time πŸ˜‰ BIzzie has far more attention to anatomy and alignment in her classes – she is an ACE personal trainer, professional athlete, has taught yoga for about 7 years, and has a nursing degree. She knows her stuff!

  4. Leanne ThaGlorious

    I really like this. I’ve been doing something like this with my yoga routine @ home on my own for a few years. It’s cool that it’s a real workout.

  5. I hear a million vertebral discs crying out in pain. Β Honestly if you wouldn’t wiggle your back like that with 100 pounds on your back, why would you do it with your bodyweight (which obviously isn’t 0)?

  6. I have seen mixed comments on this, but I agree…use caution. The single knee drop is just crying meniscus tear. For those who are not experienced with exercising, yoga, and core stabilization techniques, as a Physical Therapist, I would not advise this. The bouncing can lead to back injuries for those who have core instability. Β There are better work outs there produced by PopSugar Fitness, utilize those instead.Β 

    1. yes indeed I tore my meniscus with this !!!!! this is not for unstable joints, especially knees. Wisest to give it a miss

  7. Oh man this was awesome…I’m sweating for only ten mins, that was good…looking forward to keep trying this

  8. Cybele Merrick

    Once is enough. Too much frenetic switching from one move to another. And I felt like not everything was done on both sides of the body. Oh well, PopSugar, you can’t win ’em all.

  9. Umm, I do this when I’m dancing around the house alllll the time. Lol

    Didn’t know it had a name now. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  10. Iya Edma Ochun Daughter'

    I’m 45 & mother to 13 & grandmother to 14 I haven’t work out in 15 years this looks like something I want to try

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