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Workout Wednesday Salsa Cardio with a Partner

NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) -

Kristi Coleman learns salsa cardio in this week's Workout Wednesday with Liquid Rhythm's Mariangel and Derick Dollis.

Salsa Cardio is a fun to get moving and stay in shape.  Every dance move starts on the left foot.

Basic step: The left foot rocks forward and then the right rocks backward. Repeat four times.

Mambo: Tap the point of your toes four times starting with the left foot.

Cruzeta: Place your left foot over the right foot, step on right foot back to starting position in a circular motion. Then rock back using the right foot, step onto left back to starting position.

Base walk: Three steps to the front starting on left foot. Rock forward on the right foot and take the left foot and walk back three times.

Half turn: Take the left foot and walk around your self facing the back. Rock on the right foot and use the left foot to circle around to the front again.

These moves can be done alone or with a partner as shown in the video.

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