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5 Ways To Boost Your Confidence & Self-Esteem By Dancing

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It’s well known people who dance generally have more self-confidence, walk taller, are in tune with their body, are generally more inclined to eat healthy food and can get down on that soul train line. But did you know dancing builds your confidence on and off the dance floor? Before you say, “oh I could never be a dancer”, here’s 5 reasons why dancing can make a great impact on your life.

1. Get fit while having fun.

Your body will thank you for stepping into those sneakers and into the dance studio. Once the music is on and you're drilling steps to some hype jams, you're already burning calories, toning muscles, and increasing range of motion while whipping your entire body into shape. But the cool thing about dancing is that when your mind is focused on the moves and music, it's the opposite of boring, it's fun! You don't feel the monotony of a treadmill, and you're already psyched to go home and practice what you've just learned.

2. Get out of your shell and meet new people.

Dance is a great way to connect with others without even speaking. It doesn't really matter how good you are, this language is universal and may come in handy when you're looking to make new friends, impress a certain someone, or inspire others to join in on the newest dance craze you've just learned.

3. Stop feeling awkward.

The more you practice, the less uncoordinated you will feel. When you start braving the dance floor, the anxiety of bad timing and looking awkward starts to fade away as you learn new movements, gain confidence, and break through the fear.

4. Express yoself.

Dance is a kind of therapy that encourages you to embrace all your quirks, isms, oddities and wizardry - to extract a magic that's lived in you all along. By doing this you learn to accept your body as it is and appreciate its own beauty, movement, and rhythm. It also allows you to change the perception of yourself from worst enemy to best friend.

5. Connect to your body-ody-ody.

Dancing has a snowball effect - you practice moves, you get in better shape, you understand how your hips work (the hips don't lie chico), you take better care of yourself, your self-esteem improves, you ARE fun, and you feel great. Hence, connecting with yourself gives you the tools to connect better with others - on the street, on a date, and between the sheets. Ooooh now that's sexy ain't it?

So what are you waiting for... Don't just stand there bust a move!

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