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A class that teaches you to dance like a Brooklynette


Crunch is now offering the chance to burn calories while learning the moves you see on the court at the Barclays Center.
Center Court Choreography at Crunch in Fort Greene. (Photo Credit: Pearl Gabel for the New York Daily News)
Center Court Choreography at Crunch in Fort Greene. (Photo: Pearl Gabel for the New York Daily News)

 

At Crunch’s New York gyms, you can usually learn a dance number from at least one hot Broadway show while also burning lots of calories. Now, you can also learn the moves that the Brooklyn Nets’ dancers—AKA the Brooklynettes—show off on the court at the Barclays Center.

According to the New York Daily News, Crunch’s Fort Greene location will begin offering Center Court Choreography, taught by current Brooklynettes Alexa Kobylarz and Amanda Robinson, on January 8.

In addition to a warm-up and some regular workout moves like jumping jacks and squats, each class will include a dance sequence from a routine the women performed that week, complete with classic Brooklyn-inspired moves.

Be forewarned: The team’s choreographer told the Daily News that the key to dancing like a Brooklyn girl is generally “getting low.” —Lisa Elaine Held

For more information, visit www.crunch.com