Prancercise, A Springy Exercise Similar to a Horse’s Gait

Cut the noose and let it loose with the Prancercise gallop!

Break out your ankle weights and prepare to Prancercise with Florida-based fitness instructor Joanna Rohrback. If you’re not yet familiar with Prancercising, it’s described as a “springy, rhythmic way of moving forward, similar to a horse’s gait and is ideally induced by elation.” If you’d like to learn more, pick up a copy of her book titled Prancercise: The Art of Physical and Spiritual Excellence.

Prancercise® programs offer a new way of moving, eating and thinking for optimal fun and fitness!

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Any photos showing her moving along side a horse are not a suggestion that anyone should try such an act, but only a depiction of the technique she uses in her movement.

See also:

Unicorn Prancercising
You’re the Best at Prancercise, A Mashup of Prancercising & ‘The Karate Kid’ Song

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