Beginner Step Aerobics| Step Aerobics Workout for Weight Loss| Easy to Follow| Learn Step Aerobics

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You Will Learn the STEP moves below and you will learn 2 Beginner Simple Combinations. I break down all STEP moves with count with loads of repetition so you can follow along and get the STEP moves before moving to the next move.
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Basic Right:
Basic Left:
TravelCorner Knees:
Split Stance Lunge (up lunge 2 step down):
Turn Step:
Over and Back:

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  1. Kevin Nash says:

    Best Beginer STEP workout. Very EASY to follow. MORE PLEASE!!!

  2. Biznetzy says:

    Great workout! Simple, but oh so efficient. Thanks Angie!!!

  3. I comment on many of the different step classes on you tube.  I stepped for about twenty some years with Jane Fonda, Kathy Smith, Cher and the other greats. (Not personally, haha) Anyway, most all of the newer (1995) and above step workouts are hard to follow, spastic, dangerous and/or dull. Angie, I am giving you the best review of any of the newer workouts that I've done. (BTW I quit stepping/working out continuously and it hurt me.) So, I'm always shopping for good workouts. Yours is not perfect, but its in the "B" range, while all of the others Ive seen are in the "D" range. I am a tough critic but good on you! Thanks for explaining each move enough times that the average new stepper could understand. That is critical to success and fun.  Ways to improve:  1. Edit. You said lunge a bunch of times you meant basic step. 2. Smoother arm movements – more flowy choreography. I like strong moves with good music but I am picky.  3. WATER!!! Steppers should always have water handy and be told to not feel guilty about stepping off for water whenever. Your body needs it. 4. Add resistance to your instructions. Steppers increase their efficacy by tons just by resisting the movements. 5. More cool down!! This is critical. Your body needs to cool down. Anyway, enough…too much…sorry. But the main point to new steppers is to give this woman a look! Her workout is definitely going in the direction of well thought out stepping videos. Its well explained, easy to follow, stepping burns calories like crazy and my criticisms are meant for you to learn, not to chastise the workout. Like I said, its great in the marketplace of spastic-crap stepping that is out there today!

  4. Pat Henry says:

    Another great workout! Thank you!

  5. That was fun! A little messy at the end due to getting a little tired. Means I'll repeat tomorrow and see if I can improve. The beauty of this! 😍

  6. Chris Vogt says:

    Thanks for all your great workouts. You are doing a fantastic job and I am very thankful that I found your channel here on youtube. Go on with your good work. Good vibes and a big hug from Germany!!!! Thank you!

  7. Just done! I like the reality that you do your workouts. You are lovely!

  8. Deb V says:

    Angie, T H A N K Y O U ! I looooooooved every single second of this workout. Bravo, you nailed locking it in and having it make sense in my brain. Great combos and super practice, love the repetition. Your setting the steps to counts and using the verbal cues is exactly what I needed. I was away on vacation and I missed my step workouts with you. Coming home to this routine was perfect. Thank you for your time, your energy, your hard work. I turn 57 tomorrow, and you have helped me celebrate life in the best possible way…I am grateful.

  9. I love step workouts and even though I consider myself intermediate at it, I love doing basic steps because it is easy to follow but you still get such an awesome workout no matter what. I will for sure do this next week and I like to add some kind of strength training after. Thank you for this workout 🙂 |