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Kick-Ass Arms with Tracy Anderson

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I have always prided myself in having strong arms. Long before I was a dancer I was a restaurant busser (traditionally a male role because of the strength and stamina it required) and a waitress (lifting heavy trays = buff arms).  What is more quintessential as an image of strength than flexing your biceps?

So when I began tribal bellydance, and got to experience the dynamic, strong, structured arm work that this style favored, it was part of the love affair for me. As a teacher, it is a guidepost I love to see my students mark as they grow in the dance: how long can you hold your arms in dance posture? the longer you can hold is almost a badge of your love and dedication for this art form. 

So enjoy this 8 minute video to help build your lady-guns!

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Shay Moore is the director and primary instructor at Deep Roots Dance in Seattle, WA. She loves writing, movies, costuming, knitting, cooking, and bellydance to the moon and back again; and loves her amazing husband and doggies even more than that.

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