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Dancing for fun and fitness - Detroit Free Press - 2/7/06


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  • Dancing for fun and fitness - Detroit Free Press - 2/7/06

    DVD by Disney "Cheetah Girl" encourages tween girls to stay active . . .

    Dancing for fun and fitness

    That's one way to keep a preteen from losing interest in physical play

    February 7, 2006


    As 12-year-old Jamie Gildenberg watched actress Sabrina Bryan bop, slide and hip-hop across the television screen in an exercise DVD designed for girls like her, she had one reaction:

    "I love her," said Jamie, who's a fan of Bryan's work on the Disney Channel's "The Cheetah Girls."

    Released last month, "BYOU" is 93 minutes of dance exercise and fun aimed at the tween set, girls 8 to 12 years old, who are at a vulnerable age for weight gain and lack of activity.
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