Who would have thought prancing along like a horse would prove so popular?
Bubbly Joanna Rohrback is back with her Prancercise, with a motion picture masterpiece of the exercise routine – complete with horses.
Rohrback has come a long way since her original Prancercise video from Christmas 2012, which has drawn nearly 10.4 million viewers.
The latest effort is a huge step up in production values, with sweeping aerial views and a small herd of horses, who don’t seem entirely sure what to make of the exercise sensation.
She had defined Prancercise as: “A springy, rhythmic way of moving forward, similar to a horse’s gait and ideally induced by elation.”
Rohrback, from Coral Springs, Florida, has been prancercising for a long time and is adamant it delivers a raft of benefits: “This form of movement, along with dietary and spiritual principles, can create the most satisfying, holistic and successful fitness program one could hope to experience.
“I encourage anyone who is ready for a huge change in their lives, from the way they see the world, to the way they see themselves to explore the principles inherent in this program.”
Prancercise has even spawned a book, Prancercise: The Art of Physical and Spiritual Excellence.
Rohrback began developing Prancercise in 1989, but health issues delayed her efforts to take it the world.