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Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 19, 2014 by JJgroove01

Don’t Wait Any Longer, Now Is The Time, Step Into Your Season!”

Groove… Right here:”>Choreographer Instructor Fitness</a>



Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 19, 2014 by JJgroove01




                          Refreshed! Renewed! Fulfilled! 

Here’s A Sneak Peek Excerpt From Get Up & Groove! Step Into Greatness! Perform!


Remember, ‘It’s Never Too Late!” You can start today.

All you have to say is, “Out with the old and in with the new.”

How can you do this? It’s simple, like this:

Groove (CONTACT JOEY HERE)”>Choreographer Instructor Fitness</a>


Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 27, 2013 by JJgroove01

Seven Sensational Tips How to

Make Haste; Not Waste.

1. Don’t eat your Big meal on an empty stomach (If so, you’ll certainly over do it.)

2. Skip the thought of skipping breakfast. (As it will fuel you body and too help curb your appetite.)

3. Do snack on something health every few hours leading up to the big event, as it will keep your metabolism grooving. For instance feel free to indulge in a hand full of mixed nuts, blueberries, strawberries, the veggie platter, or a few small cheese squares on whole grain crackers.

4. Drink plenty of water through out the day; it too will help curb your appetite. Plus it’ll also give you a great boost of energy.

5. Do me a favor, “Put all your food on one plate?” That’s right pile it up!

*That way you can portion size your meal, and still get a taste of everything you want without over doing it. Then, hopefully, you won’t need to go back for seconds, or thirds, or maybe fourths.

6. Sneak in your Physical activity.

*Play games with your friends, and or loved ones that’ll get you moving.

*Have a dance contest to see who has the hottest, or perhaps the funniest moves.

*Take a brisk walk, or go for a hike up your favorite trail, while you sing like a jay bird reciting your favorite holiday carols.

*Play in the snow, or if you live in sunny California on the beach.

7. Laugh a lot; know that it’s not just good for your abs but it’s equally beneficial for your soul.



Joey L. Dowdy’s “DEAD or ALIVE?”

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on May 17, 2013 by JJgroove01

Life Has Seasons

What May Look Dead is Ever So Alive

If your dreams appear to be dead because it looks like they’re not moving ahead, or fast enough, don’t be alarmed. Here’s why. What you need to know is the appointed time for them tofully flourish has not arrived yet. Life has seasons.

In Due Season

It means everything will happen in its time. For example flowers blossom during a certain time, and so does all other vegetation. Another example would be grass that’s out of season. Have you ever noticed during the winter months how it looks brownish, dull, brittle, dry, and often like its dead? However, it is not and there is a good reason why.

Spring UP!

The reason why is, it’s alive, and if you keep wateringandnurturingit, when the season arrives nothing can stop it from springing up to become the lush green lawn it was meant to be.

Continue the Pursuit

This is much like your dreams and desires.If you continue to pursue them with a strong belief; see, feel, and take the necessary action steps to continue moving forward not matter what. You’ll discover, in due season, what may look dead is ever so alive and happening.