Benefits of Dance
Exercise produces endorphins that help fight depression, assist weight loss and the prevent illnesses such as obesity, diabetes and cardiovascular disease.
According to the New England Journal of medicine report on the effects of recreational activities on mental acuity in aging; social dancing can help reduce rates of dementia and fight Alzheimer’s disease.
To become a champion one needs to practice. Talent will only get you so far, so get yourself working and focus on your goals.
For children especially learning how to interact with your peers over a commonly loved goal is a valuable learning experience when growing up that is often overlooked.
Move your body to the rhythm of your favorite song is as rewarding for the dancer as it is for the audience. Find your soul and dance it out!
Those cool dance moves aren’t just for aesthetics, they also increase flexibility and reduce stiffness. Increasing your flexibility will also help ease joint pain and post-exercise soreness.