Here’s what some of our Mojo Friends have to say…
Mojo is literally the only group exercise class I have ever enjoyed. It has a fun atmosphere and moves adaptable for women 50+ years of age. Zumba classes are filled with unfamiliar music. Mojo is like a giant dance party with music you love.
After a year of Mojo (and reaching her goal of a taut size 6), I can’t believe how much fun we all have dancing around. It’s always one of the best part of my day.
Most girls fear gaining the Freshman “15” in college. I was one of them and it STILL happened to me. I came home heavier than I had ever been in my life and felt miserable. I changed my diet and exercise habits drastically. Most importantly, I began going to Mojo Fitness at least twice a week (I also incorporated cross training, but it’s nowhere as fun!) In the ten weeks I’ve been home, my hard work has paid off: I lost a total of 18 lbs so far! The change has been crazy and I love how I feel. Mojo is a fantastic way to burn fat, build muscle and keep the eight off – and I love doing it.
In 10 weeks of Mojo, my tennis game has improved. Mojo has taught me how to access and strengthen my core and back. Having a stronger core allows me to use less arm and more body when swinging through my stroke.
It really is magical. I’ve been going to the gym for years, but when I go to Mojo I see the difference on the scale almost immediately… If I’m having a hard time getting to class, I just picture the energy in class and it makes me work harder to get there.
Mojo is a combination of kickboxing, wild dancing in your room and hip hop. As a former collegiate athlete, I see Mojo as a workout that is both exhausting and entertaining. Great for groups of friends who want to stay active and have fun!
I took one Zumba class and didn’t care for it at all. My heart rate barely went up and I didn’t break a sweat so I was a little skeptical… Well I was proven wrong by Cindy’s class because you get such a great all over body workout and have fun doing it.
Cindy’s choreography maximizes moves for total body involvement. How she orchestrates this so strategically with each piece of music is brilliant. Plus she makes Mojo crazy fun, which fills up my emotional tank as well.
I’ve lost inches and weight since starting a few months ago. Mojo is the only change I’ve made to my lifestyle. It’s been great to my 50’s body and a nice bond with my teenage daughter!
Sometimes knowing the helpful medical benefits of exercise isn’t enough to start you up or keep you exercising, I believe you have to find something that makes you feel good and is fun — Mojo Fitness is that for me.