Gym-goers Break a Cross-Cultural Sweat Fitness instructors Hemalayaa and Anne Harrison have a new way to work off the calories. Instead of setting the tone of their classes with generic dance beats, they incorporate Bollywood dance techniques and reggae music into their routines. Hear how they keep the pace, with sounds from across the world.
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Gym-goers Break a Cross-Cultural Sweat

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Gym-goers Break a Cross-Cultural Sweat

Gym-goers Break a Cross-Cultural Sweat

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Fitness instructors Hemalayaa and Anne Harrison have a new way to work off the calories. Instead of setting the tone of their classes with generic dance beats, they incorporate Bollywood dance techniques and reggae music into their routines.

The women discuss how music from across the world helps them keep their pace.

Anne Harrison gives the 'Tell Me More' staff a class in reggae yoga.