While traditional methods of physical activity tend to stay in the forefront of our minds, ballroom dancing isn't commonly thought of as a way to stay fit, but there is a reason dancers stay in shape, both physically and mentally.
She created a list, and with her husband’s help, started to check off things she wanted to achieve including photographing a grizzly bear up close and hiking the Grand Canyon as a family. Even when her husband refused to join her in ballroom dancing, Kelly went forward with her goal of learning how to ballroom dance
Although ballroom dancing and martial arts might seem unrelated in many ways, there's a reason why martial art master Bruce Lee was also a good ballroom dancer, and there's a reason why some of the most masterful martial art masters in the world -- like the aikido master Ken Ota -- also run ballroom dancing studios where they teach style, grace, and etiquette along with self-defense.
As we launch into 2017, many people are re-prioritizing their diet and exercise plan. Unfortunately, that same group of people quickly gives up on their New Year's Resolutions before the year really even begins. According to Statistic Brain, only 45% of the people who make resolutions keep them past sixth months, and a whopping 10% feel they were successful at achieving their resolution.