Kirstie Alley has made an exuberant decision to spend 100 days of dance in 2012. What does this mean exactly? Well, she has committed to a 100 Days of Dance challenge. The premise is simple. She asks that you dance for at least 30 minutes each day for 100 consecutive days, and she is going to do the same.
It’s not too late to start. Sure, Kirstie started the challenge on January 1, but all the dance videos are conveniently archived by day on the official website of the challenge, Kirstie Alley’s 100 Days of Dance
. You can start at Day 1 and go forward from there, or simply start where they are now, then go back when it’s all through. Alternately, you can choose to simply do something like 30 days of dance. Do it at your own pace. It’s put out there to inspire and to help you and others enjoy the fun of dance. Most of us here already love dance, but who doesn’t need some motivation from time to time?
Not only do I love this challenge, but I love its fearless leader, Kirstie. I am such a huge “Cheers” fan that, at the age of 12 when seeking to change my middle name, I picked the name Rebecca. I love Kirstie, and I love this idea for dancing. I’m late jumping on the bandwagon, but I’m jumping on with a passion. Anyone else going to join me?
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