Archive for December, 2017

Learn Ballroom Dance Steps at Home

Posted on December 9th, 2017 by admin

Have you ever wanted to learn how to ballroom dance but never had the courage to go take lessons? Well, now you can learn the dance steps from the privacy of your home. You will be able to learn the beginning dance steps and improve on them at any time that is convenient for you.

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How to Get in Shape with Ballroom Dancing

Posted on December 7th, 2017 by admin

When one thinks of ballroom dancing, a picture of a slow, romantic evening comes to mind, not one of an intense workout. The truth is, however, that ballroom dancing can be a highly rewarding, challenging, and unique exercise routine. The amount of work involved in kicking, twisting, jumping, and bending is sure to get you in shape in no time.

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Benefits of Ballroom Dancing

Posted on December 5th, 2017 by admin

There are many health benefits involved with ballroom dancing. It provides exercise in the form of aerobics, helps to promote balance and flexibility, and reduces stress relief. The movement involved is great for the cardiovascular system and weight loss. The ability to learn and perform the different dance steps helps to stimulate the brain and keep the memory sharp.

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Types of Ballroom Dancing

Posted on December 3rd, 2017 by admin

Ballroom dances are couple dances where one partner leads and the other follows. There are many different types of ballroom dancing, with the main two being Smooth style and Latin/Rhythm style.

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History of Ballroom Dancing

Posted on December 1st, 2017 by admin

Ballroom dancing has many different dances, and each dance has it’s own steps, however one thing remains the same, each dance is performed by a man and woman. The Waltz, a well-known ballroom dance originated in Vienna in the late seventeen hundreds and spread to the other countries. As its popularity grew, many composers began composing more music for it, such as Strauss, who later became famous for his waltzes.

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