Dancing: My Best Exercise- Dipti K

Dance is a great form of exercise as it provides me with both aerobic and anaerobic movements. My body needs a combination of both types of exercise in order to be at its healthiest. In dance, aerobic exercise can be achieved by jumping, swaying, twirling, etc.


I am the type of person who hates going to the gym asΒ being a freelancer, I am always on the move . Let’s be honest, going to the gym and running on a treadmill isn’t the most exciting exercise for me.


My body adjusts to the exercise that I do and it doesn’t have the same beneficial effects after a while. If you are sick of the same boring exercise routines just like me than you should consider taking up dance. It’s a sport that both men and women can enjoy and benefit from.

There are endless possibilities when it comes to getting a complete workout through dance. There is an unending supply of dance moves. Thus, it is very difficult to get bored while creating new dance moves. Once I get the basics, a whole world of options open up to me.


If you are tired of the same exercises’ than dance to invent new dance forms, choose your own music and wear new outfits to add variety. Dancing has helped me make my body more flexible


A 30-minute dance session burns between 130 and 250 calories, about the same as jogging. Dancing involves starting, stopping and changing directions which burns a ton of fuel even though I am not covering a lot of ground. Like other forms of cardio exercise, dancing also seems to have mood and mind benefits which helps to reduce stress.


The amount of energy I expend has a lot to do with how hard I am pushing myself. A gentle two-step isn’t going to measure up to an intense, hilly run.


Dancing also seems to encourage social bonding. Put all this together, and it’s clear we could all use some dance steps to enlighten ourselves and keep ourselves fit too.


Cheers and keep dancing.

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