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Health Benefits of Dancing Dancing is a nice way for people of all ages to be and stay in shape. On top of being fun, dancing has plenty of positive health benefits. Particular styles of dance can have a huge impact on your overall health and well-being. So many folks have turned to dancing as their workout or exercise. Look around and you’ll most probably find a number of dance studios and schools in your area. And they may just be growing in popularity because of the well-known benefits offered by dancing, such as: Flexibility
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Flexibility is a vital part of health. Dance requires a lot of flexibility. Most dance classes start with a warm-up, which includes many stretching exercises. Dancers need to work at achieving full range of motion for every key muscle group. A greater the range of motion means more muscles can flex and extend. Dance usually requires a lot of stretching and bending, so dancers improve their flexibility naturally just by dancing.
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Strength Strength is known as the ability of a muscle to apply a force against resistance. Dancing builds strength with the muscles being made to resist a dancer’s own body weight. A lot of styles of dance require jumping high into the air. This requires much strength of the major leg muscles. Endurance Without a doubt, dance is a type of physical exercise. It heightens endurance, or the ability of muscles to work hard for long periods without fatigue. Regular dancing is effective for improving endurance, particularly vigorous dancing like line and ballroom dancing. Raising the heart rate can raise stamina and endurance as well. Kinesthetic Control Your kinaesthetic control refers to your ‘body control’ and is what gives you the ability to estimate your body’s position in space at any particular point in time. This has something to do with your sense of balance, as well as your agility and spatial awareness. With dancing requiring you to be conscious of your entire body while you doing difficult moves, it is also very helpful in this aspect. Posture Only a few people are aware of just how much damage their posture can do to their health. Dancing well means having good posture, which means rolling your shoulders back and lifting your chin and chest up. Making this a practice eventually improves your natural posture, leading to a more balanced and healthy musculature and a lower risk of developing back pain and breathing issues. Overall Sense of Well-Being Dancing is mainly a social activity. Based on research, strong social ties help increase self-esteem and develop a positive outlook in life. Dancing provides many opportunities to meet other people. As physical activity decreases stress and tension, regular dancing provides a general sense of well-being.