Five Best Prancercise Remixes
All weekend, you've had weights strapped to your and ankles. You've been hopping gracefully down the the pathway behind your West Palm Beach home, Prancercising in the late day shadows of palms and your McMansion.
It's worth the sweat beads dappling your forehead, cause this Rocky-like training will likely land you a butt-ton of prizes today at the Seminole Casino Coconut Creek Prancercise competition. There's a ridic amount of money to win -- 17k -- and innumerable chances to watch people floating around like ginormous weirdos.
To get you even more Eye-of-the-Tiger pumped for this dance-tastic workout, here are our favorite Prancercise remixes.
And just remember: "It's better to be punching into space, than in your face!"
5. Top 40 Dance Remix
If you're gonna remix a hot PBC mama, why not have her jam to Men Without Hats' "Safety Dance"? It's a pretty safe workout, ya know? Har har.
Then the whole Eric Prydz "Call on Me" really gets your spirits and knees up, right before the video drags you down into the bed with Ginuwine's "Pony." Finally, Beyoncé "Single Ladies" solidifies your excitement about being a fit, single, middle aged fox.
4. Metal Remix
"I've got my ankle weights in place, and my music's ready! So let's stop talkin' and do some walkin'!"
The best part about the metal version isn't the music, but the speed at which Joanna Rohrback manages to bang out the prance. She's a freaking stallion on this YouTube gem.
3. Dubstep Remix
Of course, there's a dubstep version. And, tempo-wise it's the opposite of the amped up metal remix. This is less of a workout than a silly molly dance.
2. ThriftShopercise Remix
Macklemore does say: "I'ma take your grandpa's style." In this case, he means grandma.
1. Daft Punk Remix
Why is everything Daft Punk does so freaking flawless? This video proves their perfection. "Get Lucky" is clearly the best song to Prancercise to, ever.
Prancercise, 6 to 9 p.m., Tuesday, June 18, at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek, 5550 NW 40th St., Coconut Creek. Call 954-977-6700, or visit seminolecoconutcreekcasino.com.
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