Choosing The Right Dance Style For You


Choosing The Right Dance Style For You

Hello Everyone,

Looking for a way to get fit and have fun at the same time? Forget the monotonous treadmill and swing your hips to some upbeat music. Whether it’s ballet, salsa, ballroom, Zumba or hip hop, dancing can be exhilarating. Even better, it allows you to burn calories while improving cardiovascular health. Read on to learn why dance is a great heart-pumping workout and why cardio is beneficial to your health.

Dance is great way to get both aerobic and anaerobic activity at the same time. Aerobic exercise can be achieved through movements such as twirling and jumping. Anaerobic includes balancing, holding squat positions and lifting your body. It is a workout that uses avariety of motions to engage multiple muscle groups in a dynamic way. You can burn anywhere from 200 to 400 calories with just half an hour of continuous boogying.

Moderate to intense dancing isn’t just food for the soul — it’s also great for your heart. When busting a move, your heart rate increases to pump more blood to the muscles. The faster the heart beats, the more blood goes to the lungs to gather oxygen, which then gets transported to various tissues. This activity can help strengthen your heart muscle and keep it in good condition. Cardio is also beneficial because it can boost your mood through the release of endorphins, or “feel-good” chemicals.

To learn which dance style is best suited for your cardio needs, check out the accompanying infographic.

Author Bio:

Caitlyn Beall is the owner of Dance Studio Insurance, a provider of insurance for dance, yoga, fitness and more. She has nine-plus years of experience in the industry and focuses on providing the most comprehensive insurance coverage with the highest degree of integrity, commitment and customer service.


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One thought on “Choosing The Right Dance Style For You

  1. Oh didn’t see that coming, thanks for sharing 🙂

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