A few days ago I was invited by my good friend Tracy Anderson to workout with her on Good Morning America. I was a bit hesitant however felt up to the challenge as I have been working out with Tracy for 8 years. I must say today dancing in Time Square on camera was a bit daunting but it pushed me out of my comfort zone and I realized if I can do this, I can do anything!
Below is information from GMA on Tracy Anderson and Work Out Wednesday.
Tracy Anderson is a fitness expert known for her Tracy Anderson Method brand of dance cardio workouts and muscular structure work that everyone from Gwyneth Paltrow to Jennifer Lopez follow to get in shape.
Anderson, appeared today on “Good Morning America” to kick off “Workout Wednesday.” In the new series, top fitness personalities lead workouts that are live-streamed on GoodMorningAmerica.com every Wednesday morning.
Anderson is leading viewers in a workout from her new TA VA program, a low-impact and high-calorie-burning dance cardio workout influenced by Latin, hip-hop, jazz and cheerleading-inspired choreography.
Watch the video to join the workout! Tune in every Wednesday starting at 8 a.m., ET, for a new workout with a top fitness personality!
Read below for all you need to know about the “Workout Wednesday” workout!
WHAT YOU NEED:
Sneakers, a computer and clothes you can move freely in.
Core and arm strength while increasing flexibility and overall balance.
TRACY’S TAVA WORKOUT TIPS:
1) Take full advantage of the summer heat and turn off your air conditioning during your workout. Working out in heat and humidity is healthy for your muscles, joints and engagement.
2) Always remember not to judge yourself or others during your workout. Your emotional self is going to try and get you out of your workout every chance it can get until you work up the self-confidence to actually enjoy the workout. Start slow but show up each day to learn and get better so you can execute a full workout sooner rather than later.
3) Remember that your results are the truth of what you put into your workout, so make each workout a performance. Bring as much energy and emotion to the table as you can. When you look at pro athletes or performers, they are absorbing the adrenaline of hundreds of thousands of fans. You need to be your own physical rock star.