Dance for your Life!
- Find the Beat
Dancing and other aerobic exercises – which get your muscles pumping and pulse thumping – are best for your heart. Do at least 30 minutes of moderate aerobic exercise most days. Push yourself a little, but no need to get out of breath.
- Step Into Fitness
Not sporty? It’s OK. Everyone can dance. Following simple dance steps and moves can help you become more flexible, improve your balance, tone your muscles, correct poor posture and help you maintain a healthy weight.
- Kick Up Your Grades
Concentrate better and score higher on academic skills test -especially in reading. A little physical activity each day can help, say researchers. Another study shows that physically fit kids are better at math.
- Shake Off Stress
Just try not smile when doing Whip of Nae Nae. Dancing releases endorphins, the chemicals in your brain that help chase away feelings of depression and anxiety.
- Take a Breather
Dancing can help you sleep better at night. Up to 83 percent of people who exercise say they sleep well. (only 56 percent of non-exercise say the same, even though they tend to feel sleepier
- Spin Some Family Fun
Dancing together is more fun. Grab a partner or get your whole family involved. Age doesn’t matter. Even 2-year-olds can move to music