PlyoJam is an energized and intense dance workout that blends jumping exercises with short, explosive hip-hop moves. This uniquely engaging fitness program began in California in 2012 and has been sweeping the nation with its party-like online classes. If you want to lose weight with a partner, PlyoJam can make sure you stay on track and have a blast dancing your way to your health goals.
Encino resident Carrie Murray joins about 140 participants at the Dance4ACause benefit fitness event on Jan. 20 at Agoura High School. PlyoJam Dance Fitness organized the two-hour cardio dance party. All proceeds from the event will be donated to the families of the victims of the Borderline Bar and Grill shooting and those affected by the Woolseyfire.
PlyoJam Founders Stacey Beaman and Jason Layden make an appearance on KTLA Channel 5 with Lu Parker and Glen Walker to chat about their upcoming Dance 4 A Cause event. The event is being held to raise money for the families of the victims of the Borderline shooting and the victims of the Woolsey Fire.
Loved by celebs such as Reese Witherspoon and James Corden (who dragged his mate Adele along), Plyojam fuses hip-hop dance moves with plyometrics (basically any exercise that involves jumping) to create a cardio class where you’ll sweat and smile. Co-founder Stacey Beaman told us, “PlyoJam is a sexy, fun and intense workout designed to shed massive calories. All routines are set to pop and hip-hop tunes you know and love.”
My Fitness Pal blogger Cristina Goyanes braves a New York Health and Racquet Club PlyoJam class with instructor Ebonny Fowler, and discusses the growth and future of PlyoJam with co-founders Jason Layden and Stacey Beaman! Read about her experience and what she learned from Jason and Stacey HERE!
When People Magazine Editor Gabrielle Olya heard that Kate Hudson was a huge fan of PlyoJam, she decided she needed to try the workout for herself. Read about her experience taking PlyoJam creator Jason Layden’s class HERE!