Let’s Dance, Dance2Fit, Fun, Energetic, Unique, Sexy

July 17, 2021,

Detective and Police films worth their salt that are gritty and intense often have one scene that melts the tension away.

A beautiful woman dancing.

Mostly it is on stage and she is gorgeous and the establishment is, well, questionable.

Isn’t that why the cops are there? Usually under cover.

This is why the scenes transcend time.

Babylon Berlin is a German neo-noir television series.

It is created, written and directed by Tom Tykwer, Achim von Borries and Hendrik Handloegten, based on novels by German author Volker Kutscher.

The series takes place in Berlin during the Weimar Republic, starting in 1929.

It follows Gereon Rath, a police inspector on assignment from Cologne who is on a secret mission to dismantle an extortion ring, and Charlotte Ritter, police clerk by day, flapper by night, who is aspiring to become a police inspector.

The intense storyline goes, a Soviet freight train's hijacking leads a haunted cop and a poor typist to uncover a political conspiracy amid the vice and glamour of 1929 Berlin.

Great dance scenes are not limited to cop and detective dramas.

The classic American film Flashdance launched women dancing on stage into the video age.

There is another drama with a classic on stage dance scene that is rarely spoken of but incredibly memorable.

The Crossing Guard is a 1995 American independent drama film co-produced, written, and directed by Sean Penn.

The film stars Jack Nicholson, David Morse, Robin Wright and Anjelica Huston.

It tells the story of Freddy Gale, a man who has been tormented for more than five years by his daughter's death in a car accident. When he finds out that the man who was responsible for the death is being released from prison, he decides to seek vengeance.

The film was released on November 16, 1995 and received generally positive reviews from critics.

When Freddy is asked to come on stage and dance with the show girl, the scene is a classic.

Most of us will never make it to a Hollywood stage to dance with a beautiful woman.

Since we can’t go to Hollywood to dance, maybe we can bring a little bit of Hollywood to us. Via Knoxville, Tennessee.,

Does that make sense?

You still want to dance right?

We have found an intriguing fitness company that may fill that void. In a crowded field, their approach is unique.

Time for some Southern hospitality.

We dance our way to their home at where they educate, “Jessica Bass started Dance2Fit in Knoxville, Tennessee at just 24 years old. As a mother of three beautiful children, she was tired of boring workout routines and as a busy mom, she needed a fitness program that fit into her hectic schedule. Jessica’s passion for music and dance inspired her to become a certified fitness instructor.”

Sounds great. The music is playing. Our bodies are swaying. We want to hear more.

They add, “Dance2Fit is a new element to the Dance Fitness with Jessica brand. Dance2Fit is a high-intensity workout that helps inspire and motivate people to make positive changes in their lives. It combines Jessica’s love of dancing and healthy lifestyle to create an uplifting experience that anyone can enjoy at their own pace. You can also enjoy Dance2Fit anytime, anywhere with an extensive DVD collection or streaming options!”

Sounds great.

Okay, we are ready for the full offering. Please read on.

Dance2Fit's Unique Approach to Fitness, Dance2Fit-press-photo-credit-Editorial-use.

The Knoxville-Based Brand Checks All the Boxes by Integrating Dance and Fitness into A Remote-Friendly, Flexible, and Positive Environment.

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May 27, 2021, 08:38 ET

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., May 27, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Most fitness solutions start and end at the gym. Even when they're tailored for the homefront, they often include repetitive activities, like a stationary bike or a treadmill. Dance2Fit is looking to shake up the fitness formula by providing a positive, energetic, and effective workout in a flexible schedule and via remote-friendly delivery. This convenient solution has enabled the brand to gain a large following in a very short period of time.

Dance2Fit is a unique workout solution created in 2018 by founder Jessica Bass James. The popular program combines aerobic dancing and fitness activities into one fast-moving, fluid routine. The company promises to "help you get your desired results by its aerobic dancing mixed with fitness." It does this by integrating various kinds of hip-hop music into what it describes as "an aggressive but rewarding full body workout."

There's no doubt that Dance2Fit excels at delivering results for its members. However, it's more than effective exercise that has launched the brand into prominence in the short time that it's been in existence. Dance2Fit's larger goal is to offer "a way to jumpstart a healthy lifestyle while learning and dancing in a positive environment."

In other words, the workout solution isn't just a series of repetitive videos. It consists of live stream and in-person classes that are supercharged with a synergistic energy you can only find when you're working out and dancing at the same time. Reviews on the company's website speak to this phenomenon, stating that "there is never a dull moment when doing Dance Fitness with Jessica" and "Jessica makes you get so into the videos you forget it is a workout."

Members have a variety of shared goals, including losing weight, getting in shape, gaining muscle, and even simply improving their overall lifestyle. While different needs bring everyone together, though, the two factors that all Dance2Fit fans have in common is the need for a workout program that accepts them as they are and that jives with their hectic schedules.

It's a desire that resonates with Jessica Bass James, who launched the company as a 24-year-old mother of three who couldn't find the time in her life for a traditional workout routine. Dance2Fit's unique approach to fitness emphasizes both adaptability and positivity. It doesn't obsess over results but rather focuses on inclusion and encouragement. It also provides its services online via live-stream sessions, which have proven immensely popular both before and during the pandemic.

With the coronavirus crisis receding into the rearview mirror, the Dance2Fit brand seems poised for further growth as it continues to champion its message to "inspire and motivate people to make positive changes in their lives." As its membership expands, local in-person classes resume, and Jessica Bass James's workout supplement line continues to gain traction, the sky appears to be the limit for the popular young workout brand that has taken the online fitness world by storm.

About Dance2Fit: Dance2Fit was launched by Jessica Bass James in 2018. The Knoxville-based brand offers a variety of workout and fitness solutions with a focus on flexibility and positivity.

Please direct inquiries to:
Kyle Wernholm
(954) 675-4637

SOURCE Dance2Fit

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