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Benefit of Dance

Keeping You Entertained
A good cardio dance class often feels more like a fun night out than a grueling hour at the gym. Intimidation and boredom can often be the biggest roadblocks to engaging women in effective cardio workouts, and a dance-based routine can mitigate both of these obstacles. Running five miles on a treadmill can seem like a daunting task, but bouncing around to energetic music seems much more accessible.
Similarly, setting out to pedal for 40 minutes on a stationary bike or run on the treadmill seems far too boring to sustain many women in their workout plans. Conversely, an hour of dancing goes by significantly more quickly, quickly transitioning you from one combo to the next. The practice of trying to learn and execute the different steps will keep your mind occupied and eyes off the clock. Be sure to enroll in a cardio dance class that keeps you constantly on the move and your heart rate up. You'll be able to measure its benefit by the sweat pouring off of you at the end of it.

Give Your Different Muscle Groups a Workout
While running or biking workouts concentrate heavily on leg muscles, cardio dancing incorporates a bit more diversity. In addition to giving you a strong aerobic workout, it tones and shapes muscles through the impact and unique movements. Most cardio dance classes require you to move arms and legs simultaneously, leaving no muscle group ignored. Additionally, your core will be strengthened in trying to keep balance and maintain the form of these contrasting movements. Be sure to pump arms vigorously and step high and wide to get the most that this workout has to offer. Stretching and extending your limbs in each movement will promote agility and flexibility as well.

What we provide

Dancercise is a dance and fitness studio started with the aim to spread health and happiness through dance. Dancercise, as the name suggests is a combination of dance and exercise. We teach most dance forms such as, hip hop, contemporary, locking popping, and salsa.
Although, fitness is an integral part of all our courses, we also have specialised fitness classes. Dancercise is a diverse and dynamic dance and performing arts school. We’re keen to share our experiences in teaching and performing professionally and the love we have for dancing with all member. We believe that through dancing you can strengthen and tone your body, while releasing stress and expressing your emotions. Whether you're looking to get fit or develop a career in the performing arts industry, we offer a wide variety of fun and inspiring classes to suit every age, level and ability. Dancercise classes aim to encourage members to exercise and work out while having fun, to learn how to dance while socialising and making friends and to increase self-confidence and encourage a sense of performance.”

Cardio Dance
"Feel like you’re a backup dancer in the latest Beyonce video"
Dance Cardio Plus is a fun, total body workout that combines high energy, easy to follow dance cardio routines + body sculpting exercises. You'll tighten and tone your abs, arms, legs and booty and burn tons of calories dancing to the best hip hop and top 40 hits.
The best women's fitness programs should incorporate variety and entertainment, and cardio dance successfully encompasses both of these elements. Shaking your hips to a hip-hop or Latino music playlist can get your heart rate up and work your muscles in ways you wouldn't imagine. The group element of the exercise helps keep you motivated long enough to successfully burn a good chunk of calories. Look to an instructor-led cardio dance class to learn a good inventory of moves and techniques, and then work on practicing those exercises on your own. Blend a few cardio dance classes a week with weight-lifting routines or long runs to obtain a successful cross-training exercise plan.

Dancercise classes aim to
encourage members to
exercise and work out while
having fun
While running or biking
workouts concentrate heavily
on leg muscles, cardio
dancing incorporates a bit
more diversity