The theme was “Beach Party” and the event featured giveaways, favors, food and festivities after the interval-style, dance-based jazzercise class. The Soledad Club was transformed into San Diego’s hottest beach, with nearly 50 participants dressed in theme. Some of the participants were junior jazzercise students at the San Diego French-American School, where instructor and jazzercise owner and instructor Andrea Singer teaches two classes for pre-kindergarten through first grades and second through seventh grades.
Organizers said that through jazzercise, fitness needs are met in a fun, yet powerfully effective and safe workout. As many as 600 calories can be torched in a jazzercise class, depending on the intensity level performed. Advocates said all major and minor muscle groups are challenged in a variety of ways that are professionally choreographed and tested for safety and effectiveness.
Cardio, strength training using tubes, weights to work all muscle groups and stretching are part of the 60-minute jazzercise class, set to the hottest hits by the original artists and a variety of musical genres.
Organizers said all fitness levels are welcome.
The Jazzercise Soledad Club is located at 5050 Soledad Road, directly across from Kate Sessions Park. There is ample free parking.
For more information, visit jcls.jazzercise.com/facility/soledadclub