In order to ensure you utilise every method open to you to maintain your fitness, this week on the Htet Tayza blog I ask; how can dancing improve your health?
Find an Engaging Way to Get Fit
I’ve always ascribed to the health body, health mind ethic. By ensuring you achieve peak physical fitness, you sharpen your mental acuity. Therefore, for someone looking to carve out a career in the cut throat world entrepreneurship, keeping fit is essential.
It can also be time consuming and difficult, leading many people to abandon fitness altogether. That is why I would recommend you find an engaging way to get fit; dancing. With its many varieties – from ballroom to tap to tango to jive – there’s bound to be a dancing style out there that appeals to you.
The Health Benefits of Dance
Furthermore, dance is one of the most beneficial forms of exercise in terms of physical fitness that you can engage in. Experts at Better Health Channel suggest that dance can…
- Improve muscle tone and strength.
- Cultivate balance and spacial awareness.
- Alter the condition of your heart and lungs for the better.
- Aid in weight management.
- Increase aerobic fitness.
- Provide better agility, coordination, and flexibility
- Give you stronger bones, reducing the risk of conditions such as osteoporosis.
- Facilitate physical endurance capabilities.
- Improve mental functioning
- Help you develop social skills.
In other words, dance isn’t like weightlifting. It isn’t an exercise that only focuses on developing one area of fitness. It is more like running. Dance is a workout for your entire body, stretching it to its limits, making you healthier when you step off the dance floor.
Providing Multiple Dividends in One Concentrated Workout
Therefore, we see that dance benefits your health in a number of ways that other exercise regimes don’t, by providing multiple dividends in one concentrated workout. If you are a professional who ascribes to the healthy body, health mind ethic, but are short of time, dance is one of the best work out options for you.