Salsa Dancing

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Salsa dance has been around for several decades, but many gyms have recently started offering salsa dance classes. Salsa dancing involves a lot of spontaneous movements that can work a variety of muscles in your body, including the muscles in your legs, hips and even your arms. Unlike running, salsa dancing does not negatively impact your legs, but it can help you to burn up to ten calories per minute.

Freedom of Salsa Dance

Unlike traditional cardio classes, classes that focus on salsa dancing are not regimented. This can make them feel more fun and exciting. Salsa dancing usually requires you to dance with a partner and features a series of hip movements, twirls and other dance moves. However, the great thing about salsa dancing is the variety if offers. While other dancing styles require you to move in a certain way, there are many ways to salsa dance.

Benefits of Salsa Dancing

Once you learn to salsa dance, there are many benefits that you can enjoy. It burns calories quickly and keeps your body moving at all times. This not only keeps the activity fun and interesting, but it also keeps your heart rate up and keeps your muscles active too. All the movements you do will strengthen your lower body, make your hips more flexible and help you with your posture. You can also burn fat by salsa dancing.

If you want to get a good workout but are bored with traditional methods, salsa dancing might be for you. When done properly, it can help you improve your fitness levels in just a few sessions.

If you live on the Mendocino Coast, you might want to try the salsa lessons on Sundays from 5:00-7:00pm at the Weller House Inn at 524 Stewart Street in Fort Bragg. Call (707) 964-4415 for more information.