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Jazzercise videos from around the web

A scene from the Jazzercise Live event. (J. Lawler Duggan/For The Washington Post)

Jazzercise is here to stay.

In this week’s MisFits story, Vicky Hallett looks at Jazzercise Live, an annual event of fitness, dancing and fun that recently took place in Washington D.C. for the first time.

Jazzercise has been an iconic fitness program ever since it started 45 years ago. Here are some of our favorite Jazzercise videos from around the web and in popular culture. Have a favorite? Let us know in the comments or on our Facebook page.

A recap from Jazzercise Live in D.C.

Jazzercise: Arthur’s Theme

Single Ladies Jazzercise

Get Your Sexy On with Burlesque by Jazzercise

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Vicky Hallett is a MisFits columnist and the Fit editor for Express.



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