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Dance Pizazz is aware of the many benefits of dance as a form of exercise and wants to share how dancing can diminish the risk for life-altering diseases.
St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) August 15, 2014
Dance Pizazz, the St. Louis area funnest, friendliest dance studio (http://www.dance-pizazz.com), keeps a close eye on the latest developments in health and fitness in order to better serve all dancers. Thats why Dance Pizazz is sharing its top three ways that dancing as a form of exercise can help dancers of any level keep life-altering diseases at bay. Ballroom dance as a form of regular exercise can help by:
Promoting weight-bearing movement: This type of movement has been linked with helping in the strengthening of key muscle-groups. Dancing also engages the body all around -not just the legs - in comprehensive movement that promotes healthy cell growth, muscle and bone health, and posture and flexibility.
- Loosing/maintaining a healthy weight: Obesity is one of the contributing factors to increased heart disease, diabetes, and other life-altering diseases. Because ballroom dance is an excellent form of aerobic exercise, its also a stellar calorie burner. The results from continued dancing are always palpable as an obese body loses weight and a toned body keeps it off.
- Improving circulation: A cardio workout means better blood flow to the muscles and more oxygenation to all organ groups. From a more holistic approach, dancing is a proven stress-buster, as time in the studio can also mean me time. In most cases, dancing in a studio regularly also expands the dancers social circle, another proven stress-reliever with long-term positive consequences for the dancers mind-body connection.
Few forms of exercise offer all these benefits at once and Dance Pizazz knows it. Check out http://www.dance-pizazz.com to see other ways in which ballroom dance can help lower the risk for undesirable diseases while promoting overall fitness and wellness.
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