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Spooky Home Workouts to Get in the Halloween Mood

Written by: Hannah Morgan | WVUGo Media - Copywriter/Editor

Halloween Dance Workout

These quick and fun dance workouts are sure to get you in the Halloween spirit.

It’s almost Halloween! What better way to get into the holiday spirit than to have fun and enjoy some quick, easy Halloween themed dance workouts that you can do from your home? Check out these Halloween dance workouts that range from 5-30 minutes. Some videos feature one song, while others include a medley of Halloween classics. Look below and see what Halloween dance workout might be the best one for you!

DancingPhoto By: Daniel Cerullo
  1. Thriller Dance Workout
    This quick dance workout is perfect to start your workout. It’s five minutes long, which is perfect for nearly any person wanting to squeeze a quick workout in. 
  2. Look What you Made Me Do Dance Workout
    While this song isn’t necessarily a Halloween song, it still has those spooky vibes that everyone loves for the season. This is another short and quick dance workout that totals under 4 minutes. 
  3. Halloween Musicals Workout
    This is a longer dance workout that includes five songs that are all from Broadway musicals like Rocky Horror Picture Show and Nightmare before Christmas. It’s a fun way to get into the spooky spirit while singing along with your favorite songs. 
  4. Halloween Classics Dance Workout
    This dance workout includes six songs like Ghostbusters, Monster Mash and a few modern twists. 

About the Author

hannah Grace

Hannah Grace Morgan is a part of the Writing/Editing Team for WVUGo. She is a senior studying journalism and political science. Hannah is from Oceana, West Virginia where the closest stoplight is about an hour drive away. Hannah has written for the Daily Athenaeum, WV News, the Register-Herald and now for WVUGo.