Aerobics is seen as the mother of all workouts. Less well known are the origins of the disco drill, which goes back to training methods used by the US Air Force. As a choreographer with love of dance-historical hardship cases, Paula Rosolen staged the fitness movement as an epic dance piece in the context of growing efficiency and productivity in 2014. The piece has lost none of its analytical sharpness today. In this restaging of her “classic,” Rosolen and her six dancers seek parallels between the fitness cult of the 1980s and the dramaturgical turns of romantic narrative ballet, between Jane Fonda’s formations and the choreographic approaches of icons such as Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker or Lucinda Childs. Frankfurt-based Rosolen masterfully dovetails synchronized formations and exuberant solos and duos, and she draws particular attention to the alternating rhythms with which disco-drill aerobics hits the floor.