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WHAT DANCERCISE CAN DO FOR YOU
Strengthen your bones One woman in 4 and one man in 8 is at risk of developing osteoporosis (brittle bone disease). The weight bearing moves in the dance section, and the floor exercises increase bone density, strengthening your bones.
Protect your heart It has been shown that cardiovascular exercise at least three times a week can reduce the risk of heart attack by approximately 50%. Dancercise is a great way to exercise; moving to great rhythms and beat, it simply doesn’t feel like exercise.
Help you stay sharp and focused and with better coordination Exercise improves blood flow to your brain which helps your concentration and focus. Learning new Dancercise routines also encourages the brain to produce new dendrites (connections between nerve cells), which help your brain store and retrieve information more easily. Your brain, just like a muscle, needs exercise, too.
Boost immunity People who exercise moderately on a regular basis get fewer viral illnesses such as colds and flu.
Boost relaxation Releases stresses and tensions, and lifts depression. Sustained cardiovascular exercise releases endorphins, body-
Dancercise n. Exercise Inspired by Dance
Improve posture and balance which helps protect against the effects of gravity, and muscle shortening which can result from being seated for long periods of time at work or home. With good posture and balance you can walk tall both physically and figuratively, increasing your confidence in any social setting.
Improve muscular strength and endurance A 1994 study of professional dancers found they had the same percentage of slow-
Improve flexibility and suppleness making it much easier to reach for that jar on the top shelf, or those shoes under the bed.
Improve circulation and counteract arthritis The vascular system and blood vessels are more efficient at delivering oxygen and nutrients to where the body needs them and more efficient at taking away deoxygenated blood and waste products.
Make new friends in a fun and relaxing environment and of course …
Improve your rhythmic ability to strut your stuff on the dance floor!
Moderate exercise, such as Dancercise at any stage of your life, whether it is puberty, the parenting years, middle age or retirement, has been shown to have a positive impact on your quality of life.