Looking for a fun way to switch up your workout routine or fit something into your routine you can do at your own pace without requiring any gear? Try grooving to the latest P-pop tracks.
If you haven’t gotten into dance challenges yet, dance workouts could be your gateway to learning the hottest steps and staying active. From lively choreography to high-octane hip-hop routines, here are some of our fave P-pop dances that double as a workout You (or at least Twitter user @1TIER_ did) asked for and now we deliver.
BINI’s sophomore album “Feel Good” is one of our fave releases of the year. If you enjoyed the playfulness of “Pit A Pat” from April, you’ll love the bubbly retro rhythm of “I Feel Good.” The steps for the chorus are cute and easy enough for beginners. But if you also want to nail the choreo for the rap break, there are fancams that can serve as your guide.
Another entry on our list is SB19’s disco-inspired “WYAT” choreographed by none other than Stell. The performance video includes some complicated routines that are more fun to try with friends but the challenge itself will make you feel like a dancing queen if you go solo.
Increased difficulty option: “Bazinga” dance break version
Light-hearted and empowering, Alamat’s“ABKD” is great pick-me-up. It’s also a kid-friendly track that’s especially apt if you’re looking to invite your kids or younger siblings to join in on the challenge. If you’re not a Magiliw yet, we bet the music video will have you stanning the group.
BGYO’s“Tumitigil Ang Mundo” has house music influences that makes it perfect for dancing. We wouldn’t be surprised if this track makes it onto our Spotify Wrapped because it truly has an earworm-geared sound that we wouldn’t mind looping for a longer workout.
If you want dynamic moves that’ll give you a sense of girl power, LITZ’s “Natataranta” cover may have what you’re looking for. It comes as no surprise since G-Force trained the group. Fans of James Reid’s original version are sure to appreciate this fierce update.
As a sister group of SB19, KAIA has big expectations to meet. With “Kaya,” a track in the same vein as SB19’s catchy “Go Up,” the members prove that they can release their own hits. We’ll let this dance break do the talking.