Why do fashionable women choose dancing over training?

Why do fashionable women choose dancing over training?

If you are tired of standard training and want to spice up your sports life, try dancing as a new form of activity. You can combine profit with pleasure and not get tired of heavy physical exercises. Dance moves can help you lose weight, improve your posture and give you more energy, as well as...

If you are tired of standard training and want to spice up your sports life, try dancing as a new form of activity. You can combine profit with pleasure and not get tired of heavy physical exercises. Dance moves can help you lose weight, improve your posture and give you more energy, as well as improve your mood, which is scientifically proven.

Dancing is a great replacement for working out at the gym. Just like in sports, all muscle groups are used in the dance hall. This will not only improve your physical condition: dancing increases the production of the happiness hormone – endorphins – and improves memory.

Even extreme fatigue will disappear in the first minutes of the dance. You will wake up more than the strongest espresso. What’s more, regular exercise will help you stay energized every day.

A study published in the International Journal of Neuroscience has scientifically proven that dancing can help fight stress and overcome depression. Even if you’re not very flexible by nature, dancing will easily fix that. Each workout begins with a warm-up that will stimulate your muscles and help them “stretch” better.

Dancing works great on the back muscles, helping to form a beautiful posture.

In addition to all the above-mentioned advantages, there is one more, very pleasant plus – you will lose weight quickly without getting tired of boring training on a stationary bike.

Ballroom dancing is divided into: European and Latin American programs. The first program includes slow Viennese waltz, quickstep, tango and slow foxtrot, in Latin – samba, cha-cha, rumba, paso doble and jive.

A study conducted by the University of Illinois at Chicago found that Latin American dancing improves endurance and fitness. The experiment involved 54 participants who did not practice active sports but had to go to salsa, cha-cha and bachata twice a week for four months. Before the study, the physiologists measured the time of walking 400 meters by the subjects. After the experiment, the participants began to follow the same path ten percent faster.

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