dancercise

dan·cer·cise

 (dăn′sər-sīz′)
n.
Energetic dancing done for the purpose of aerobic exercise.

[Blend of dance and exercise.]

Dancercise

(ˈdɑːnsəˌsaɪz)
n
(Non-sporting Hobbies) trademark an exercise system that uses dancing to improve fitness

danc•er•cise

(ˈdæn sərˌsaɪz, ˈdɑn-)
n.
vigorous dancing done as an exercise for physical fitness.
[1980–85; dance + (exer)cise]
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