Exercising Made Fun!
Medically established, it is imperative that we exercise our body to strengthen not just our bodies, but also our bones. People that are lazy seem to have poor bones. Exercise may be boring for some of you.
So why don't you make it fun?
Dancing is a type of exercise that enlivens our minds, particularly when performing upbeat music. It's very normal today to dance in order to be safe. How is dancing benefiting us?
Exercise — especially strength-training and weight-bearing activities — is an important preventive measure for osteoporosis. Dance is a type of weight-bearing operation, since your legs will carry your body's entire weight. The National Osteoporosis Foundation reports that high-impact movements, such as dancing, not only keep bones healthy but can help create bone mass. Some dance moves, particularly those that move you from side to side, strengthen the strength of your tibia, femur and other leg bones — which support much of your body's weight. By building up your bone mass, you can prevent or slow down the progression of osteoporosis.
Physical activities such as dance reinforce bones by causing small amounts of damage. Osteoclasts, a type of bone cell, rush to the stress area and absorb the damaged sections of the bone. Another type of cell, the osteoblasts, is to create new bones in the region. This new bone is stronger than the current bone. Evidence suggests that dancing will improve your mental health by improving your overall satisfaction. Dancing is a great aerobic workout. Like any healthy, low-impact aerobic exercise, dancing can enhance cardiovascular health, increase endurance, strengthen bones and muscles, and prevent disease.