Energetic dancing done for the purpose of aerobic exercise.

[Blend of dance and exercise.]
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(Non-sporting Hobbies) trademark an exercise system that uses dancing to improve fitness
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(ˈdæn sərˌsaɪz, ˈdɑn-)
vigorous dancing done as an exercise for physical fitness.
[1980–85; dance + (exer)cise]
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'After listening to it, it kind of feels like a dancercise class.
DANCERCISE Over-50s dance-based fitness classes on Wednesdays from 10-11am in Edmonstone Hall.
The sprightly 80-year-old, who described her disabilities as a "minor inconvenience", travels hundreds of miles a week to teach dancercise to pensioners and young people.
"Brief stint as bathroom attendant during which I handed out small towels and very brief inspirational dancercise tutorials," the 45-year-old actress captioned her photo.
Called Dancercise, the workshops feature popular dance forms like the Colombian Zumba, Indian Bhangda and Arabic belly dance.
The activity also included dancercise sessions to focus on incorporating more physical activities for the kids to prevent the onset of lifestyle diseases like diabetes and cardiovascular problems.
Under the program, the health department said parents of 30 children identified as overweight or obese were asked to attend the lecture and workshops on nutrition and food preparation along with 'dancercise sessions' to incorporate physical activities for children.
In this paper, we assume that the regularity and partial predictability of blends are also connected with some frequently occurring splinters, such as -ercise [left arrow] (ex)ercise, found in sexercise [1942] 'sexual activity regarded as exercise' (OED3), dancercise [1967] 'dancing performed as an exercise' (OED2), and boxercise [1985] 'a form of aerobic fitness routine incorporating exercises from boxing' (OED3).
Dancercise low impact fun workout to music, 10am-11am, followed by a social in the tearooms, at Ulverscroft Activity Centre, PS3.50.
I threw myself into circuit training (yes, me lifting weights with gay abandon) and dancercise - taught by a proper musical actress who showed us how to do the Saturday Night Fever dance routine.
Definitely a wide variety of activities such as social groups, a reminiscence group, an art group, tai chi, staying steady classes, craft group, men's group and dancercise gold.