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4 Dance Forms to Boost Your Fitness

Posted by marketing marketing on July 3 2017.

Keeping fit is important as we all consume a lot of fast food which has the trans-fats and saturated fats.  Both these types of fats add to our waistline and are bad for health and hence we have to exercise to keep ourselves fit. The best form of exercise for girls is dance. It helps us spend an enjoyable time while sweating off the excess fats. There are many forms of dance that can really help you maintain your figure and look slim. Here we discuss 4 forms of dance, Belly Dancing, Salsa, Cha Cha, and Jitterbug Swing:

belly dancing fitness fit dance exercise


Belly Dancing

This exotic dance form helps tone the hips, back, and abs. The dance involves slow and controlled movements that help improve circulation and makes your body more flexible. When you shake your belly and the lower body you can shed the excess weight and get slimmer thighs and a flat abdomen. It helps improve the posture and strengthens muscles as well. Burn up 300 calories with an hour of belly dancing.

salsa dancing dance fit exercise



This exciting Latin American dance form is very popular in the discos and the dance studios. It is a six-step dance that has several turns. It is different as it is danced side to side. If you want to lose weight spend an hour a day with your Salsa dance routine to lose more than 400 calories an hour.



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Cha Cha

Cha Cha is a famous Latin dance with sexy hip movements. It is danced to upbeat music and is a very versatile social dance that will let you burn up 120 calories in 20 minutes. To give the hips a really good work out, focus on the bending and straightening of your knees.



Jitterbug Swing

Jitterbug Swing dance dancing fit exercise

Cheerful feel, enjoyable spins, and intricate patterns are what make the Jitterbug Swing a popular dance. If you want to have fun while losing weight this is the dance for you. The movements of the dance will make you sweat and you can burn up 100 calories if you dance for 20 minutes.




Author Bio

Elsa Queen was born in Texas and studied Graphic Design. She likes to research and write on topics related to dance, exercise, and nutrition. She is currently blogging on Dance Passion Studio.


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