Dance is said to be the language of the soul. Dancing is a measure for people of all ages, shapes and sizes to stay fit. Indeed, it is true that the one must dance as if no one is watching them to let their emotions burst out.
Then variety of steps in dancing helps to shake the body and coordinate the muscles. Dancing can be a highly beneficial exercise as it helps in the following ways:
Enhanced muscular strength, endurance and motor fitness
Improved muscular tenacity and strength
Helps in obesity management
Brawny bones and coordination, agility and flexibility
Increased physical confidence
Improved mental functioning
Improved use of the five senses
Boosts the self-confidence and self-esteem
Finer social skills.
Dance is the basic form of all cultures. The dance forms improve the flexibility of the body and you feel light on your toes. Dance has always been a form to express the emotions and feelings. Another way is that it serves as a therapeutic exercise, which allows humans to take out all their worries and problems.
From not just a way to express it helps to divert an individual’s attention from the monotonous boring daily chores to something lively and amazing. Most importantly, dance gives you a sense of internal enlightenment and happiness. Dancing prevents Arthritis by lubricating the joints and elevating blood circulation in the body. It is medically believed that dancing can burn 5 to 10 calories per minutes, as estimated. Ballroom, Latin, Mambo and Salsa dancer can burn 264 calories per hour base on 100 lb. Fast, Ballet, and Twist dancer could burn 288 calories per hour base on 100 lb. Slow, Waltz, Foxtrot dancer could burn up to 144 calories per hour base on 100 lb. In diabetic patients, dance forms can lower the high blood sugar levels to a great extent.
So, next time your doctor tells you to lose some extra kilos, you know what to do!