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New workout format great for women

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by Heather Hauswirth

Guam - Action, attitude and affirmation are the 3 A's that Reyna Calvo says she will be injecting into her Intensati dance class tomorrow morning at Synergy Studios in Maite. The Intensati dance flow is a cardio workout that focuses on positive self-affirmation and it is becoming a popular trend on the mainland especially among women.

The point of Intensati is to focus on incorporating intentional action with your work out in a positive light.  "We are training the mind to really think more positively," said Calvo.  "It's 25 cardio, 20 of conditioning and yoga at the end, but what makes a difference is we do that we do a call and response so the whole routine is choreographed to affirmations, positive affirmations, I am strong."

If you are interested in taking the Intensati class, it is free for members and $10 for non-members at Synergy Studios tomorrow morning at 10:30.

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