Do you ever suffer from exercise boredom and just can’t seem to find the motivation to work out?

If so, you’re not alone. And fortunately, you can eliminate that boredom from your exercise routines, and it’s a lot easier than you think.

By incorporating some form of dancing into your weekly programs, you’ll add variety and excitement.

You’ll even have a more positive attitude towards the exercises that you consider boring.

You may or may not believe that you know how to dance, and that’s okay because you’re not preparing for a dance contest…

You’re simply dancing to burn off extra calories and to have fun in the process.

Remember, you’ll be in the privacy of your own home, which means that no one has to see you lay down your smooth dance moves!

It’s been discovered that dancing is so effective in burning calories and as a result transforming millions of people’s bodies, that entire workout systems have been created that have taken the world by storm.

And I’m certain that you’ve seen all of the infomercials offering dancing exercise systems.

Let’s jump into the 6 Reasons To Add Dancing To Your Exercise Plan

Reason 1: Dancing Can Burn Up To 400 Calories Per Hour

Depending on how intense you’re moving, you actually could burn up to 400 calories per hour. In my opinion, you’d be getting a great return on your investment of time and energy by grooving to your favorite songs in the privacy of your own home to burn that many calories.

Reason 2: Dancing Can Tone And Strengthen Your Body For A Leaner Look

There’s no doubt that dancers have great bodies, and much of that can be attributed to their daily dance routines. Of course, they incorporate some resistance training to develop strength in their muscles, without packing on too much muscle mass.

If you consistently incorporate dancing into your weekly exercise programs, there’s no reason why you couldn’t achieve similar results.

Reason 3: Dancing Can Boost Your Endurance

Dancing is very much an aerobic type of activity, which means you use a lot of oxygen to sustain the movements. Just like long-distance running builds up your endurance, so does dancing.

This increase in your endurance is great for improving your cardiovascular system such as your heart.

One of the main benefits is the large amounts of calories you burn during each session, which helps to bring you closer to your fat loss goals.

Reason 4: Dancing Can Ignite Your Energy Levels

A great byproduct of dancing is the fact that you’re burning a good deal of fat, which is used by the body to create energy.

By the way, it’s important to note that your body’s best source of fuel is complex carbohydrates such as sweet potatoes, which are slow-burning and don’t cause insulin spikes in your bloodstream.

Your body uses the fat that it burns off as energy, which is not the best form of it, but it's beneficial when you are using it for fuel and are trying to get rid of it.

Reason 5: Dancing Can Improve Your Coordination

Depending on how complex the dance moves are, you can certainly improve your coordination.


Because dancing usually requires you to perform several movements all at once in a coordinated fashion, which forces you to improve if you want to learn how to do it correctly.

Reason 6: Dancing Can Strengthen Your Bones

I know that you’ve heard the phrase, “Use It Or Lose It.”

This phrase is pretty self-explanatory…

When you dance, you’re putting pressure and weight on your skeletal system, because it has to support your movements.

When your skeletal system is taking on all of that pressure and weight, this is known as Load-bearing.

The more that you dance, the stronger your skeletal system will become in order to handle the increased load of pressure.

Remember, our bodies are smart and will always attempt to adapt to new demands placed upon them.


You just learned the 6 Reasons To Add Dancing To Your Exercise Plan. And that means you can now get rid of the boredom from your weekly workout routine.

I bet you never thought that dancing had so many physical benefits…

Truth be told, there are more than just six benefits that you can get from dancing, but I’m pretty sure you get the picture.

So, start getting your groove on at home to add some fun to your weekly workouts, and over time you should notice additional fat loss.

Get started today.

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