Doonya- Bollywood Dance 3-DVD Set Review
What You Should Know
Doonya: Bollywood Dance 3-DVD Set features Bhangra dance workouts, with low impact cardio, for beginners to intermediate level fitness users. If you like the idea of dancing to exercise, because it feels more fun that way, you’re not alone. Many people enjoy dancing for the fun of it, and see the health benefits as a side effect. If you’re looking for a new dance workout, read this review to learn more about what you can expect from this collection.
List of Ingredients
Doonya: Bollywood Dance 3-DVD Set features Bollywood Dance instructors Kajal Desai and Priya Pandya. When done effectively, these workouts can help you burn anywhere from 600 to 800 calories in an hour. The first DVD is 53 minutes long. It features a seven minute warm up, 41 minutes of aerobics, and a five minute cool down. During the first workout, you’ll learn all the fundamental moves. The second DVD is 68 minutes long, with a seven minute warm up, 56 minutes of aerobics, and a five minute cool down. It starts with the basics and moves into 11 segments, with some of them featuring some body sculpting moves. The final DVD is 53 minutes long, with a seven minute warm up, a 10 minute aerobic and toning combination segment, a 14 minute aerobic and toning combination segment, 17 minutes of aerobics and a five minute cool down. In the final DVD, you’ll do things such as: lunges, squats, and crunches before finishing it up with cardio.
- Doonya: Bollywood Dance 3-DVD Set has several positive reviews.
- This program offers both toning and cardio.
- Doonya: Bollywood Dance 3-DVD Set does not target the upper body.
- People who are new to fitness may have to ease themselves into this program.
- Some people may only be interested in the second DVD, as the first is instructional, and the third is toning.
- There are no dietary recommendations to go with this program.
Doonya: Bollywood Dance 3-DVD Set gives you everything you need to learn how to dance, and provides an alternative to Zumba dance workouts, so you can switch things up to keep from getting used to one workout. However, without anything to focus on the upper body, you mway need to find something else to work with. If you are actually able to burn 600 to 800 calories in an hour, you may need to eat more to sustain your caloric intake, or you may find yourself slowing your metabolism. For example, if you’re supposed to eat 1200 calories to promote weight loss, and do burn that many calories with exercise, you need to eat those calories, to keep yourself losing. Adding a fat burner or appetite suppressant can also improve your results.