Cardio Dance Work-out with Silvia
Dancing gives you energy and that is also what you get from this Cardio Dance Work-out.
Dancing demands a lot of energy output because it involves “movement in all directions,” says Nick Smeeton, a principal lecturer at the University of Brighton and coauthor of that report. While running, swimming and other propulsive forms of physical activity use rhythm and momentum to keep you moving, “there is a lot of accelerating and decelerating in dancing, which the body is less able to do in an energy efficient way,” Smeeton says.
If running is like driving on a freeway, dancing is more like motoring through a busy city, he says. All of that starting, stopping and changing directions burns a ton of fuel even though you’re not covering a lot of ground.
Like other forms of cardio exercise, dancing also seems to have mood and mind benefits. A 2007 study found that hip hop dancing improved energy, buoyed mood and lowered stress in ways similar to aerobic exercise.
Silvia gently guides you from one dance movement to another.
Have fun and enjoy this spring work-out.
bron: Time Magazine
Docent: Silvia Ferrer
Type of lesson: Dance, work-out, cardio,
No props needed, the only thing you need is a non-slippery floor.
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