When it comes to ballroom dancing, we cannot leave out the best way to keep your body slim and trim and your feet ready to glide! Diet and exercise are some of the most important aspects of ballroom dancing. Here are the best foods dancers can benefit from.
When the discussion of mental health arises, far too many people dismiss it as something that only someone with some sort of diagnosed illness needs to be concerned about. But the reality is that everyone should make a point to prioritize their mental health just as they would prioritize their physical health. In this post, we'll look at three ways ballroom dancing does wonders for your mental health
Anxiety, feelings of inferiority, and a lack of confidence is something we all experience from time to time. As kids or adults, it can be hard to deal with these feelings, so finding a way to overcome them and build up your self-esteem is a good idea for a happier life. That's where ballroom dance comes in
Social dance is increasingly popular these days, and any practitioner will readily explain why. It affords us fun, conviviality, creative expression, and the world's best excuse to exercise. But with any physical activity comes the unfortunate potential for injury. Obviously, no one wants to have to sit out the next dance
If you are a practitioner of ballroom dance, or aspire to become one soon, you probably already know that from the lindy hop to the cha cha, dance is much more than just cutting a rug. The health benefits are widely publicized, but take a moment to consider the ways in which dance can actually help society, as well
Though ballroom dancing isn't quite considered a sport in the traditional sense like basketball or tennis, the health benefits provided are still tangible. It's much less physical and low impact compared to most exercises, so it's more likely to leave you free from any serious dings or heavy sores. And best of all, it's fun
We all know we need to exercise but working out at a gym can be intimidating, boring or expensive. Plus, with all equipment, the weights and all the different advice on working out, it’s hard to know what to do. But imagine if you could get the recommended amount of exercise, stay injury free and see results without ever having to walk into another gym.