Bachata Level 0
This course is ideal for couples or people who want to start with Bachata. Whether or not you have a partner, this is your course to start dancing Bachata. This course is ideal for couples or people who want to start with Bachata. We have always identified bachata as a sensual, romantic and rhythmic dance, […]
This course is ideal for couples or people who want to start with Bachata. Whether or not you have a partner, this is your course to start dancing Bachata.
This course is ideal for couples or people who want to start with Bachata. We have always identified bachata as a sensual, romantic and rhythmic dance, which is danced slower than merengue and which has as one of its most significant features the accentuated movement of the hips.
Dancing in general helps in many aspects, one of them is health, below we detail 4 points where you will find a clear benefit if you start dancing Bachata.
1. BACHATA DANCING WORKS YOUR LEGS AND BUTTOCKS
If there is one fact that you should know, it is that bachata is one of the rhythmic dances that contribute the most to improving the silhouette of a woman.
When dancing bachata, one of the main benefits that you will obtain will be that you will work your legs and buttocks, since from your first steps you will be moving the lower part of your body. This will cause you to be able to accentuate the rhythm and temporal coordination so that your movements are more rhythmic and harmonious, working this sector of the body at all times.
Likewise, dancing bachata will help you lose calories (between 200 and 400 in half an hour of dancing) and reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease and high blood pressure thanks to the physical exercise you do by executing all its movements.
The correct movement of the torso, hips, legs and buttocks will allow you to reaffirm your silhouette and model your waist over time and with the practice of this dance style.
2. DANCING BACHATA BENEFITS YOUR SPINE
The movement that occurs in the hips and torso while dancing bachata benefits our spine, working on its undulation and flexibility and having an impact on a toned waist and muscles.
As you work your spine with the practice of dancing, you will acquire in your body agility, flexibility and speed that are very important not only to continue dancing, but also beneficial for your daily routines.
This flexibility and undulation of the spine will result in greater control of your body and, especially, in the improvement of possible back pain that you may have.
In addition, the physical form that you will acquire in dancing bachata and performing each of its main movements will be simply enviable.
3. IF YOU DANCE BACHATA, INCREASE MUSCULAR STRENGTH, STRENGTHEN YOUR BONES AND YOUR PHYSICAL RESISTANCE
Dancing bachata, or practicing any dance in general, is one of the best exercises to increase your muscle strength, since with its movements you work different muscle groups.
Bachata, specifically, is a dance that integrates the entire muscular system of your body, since you will be able to exercise a wide variety of muscle groups at the same time, especially those of the lower part.
Also, being a strength exercise, dancing bachata will help you strengthen your bones and keep your joints functioning without stressing them.
You will see the benefits for the health of your bones that this dance can provide in the long term with the prevention of certain diseases, such as arthritis or osteoporosis.
Dancing is an exercise that increases your heart rate and your body’s ability to receive oxygen, which will help you achieve greater endurance capacity or physical endurance.
Little by little, you will verify that in your daily life you will tire much less in doing certain routines. Of course, I eat more dances and practice better (but without going overboard… hehe).
4. DANCING BACHATA BENEFITS YOUR MENTAL HEALTH
Dance has always been associated as an excellent resource to help people suffering from depression.
Dancing bachata can help you lessen the effects of your emotional problems, making you feel much better.
Dance in all its forms is an excellent exercise for the brain. When you learn the routine of bachata moves, for example, you improve your memory and ability to multitask.
In addition, there are scientific studies that ensure that the practice of dance, at least twice a week, reduces the risk of suffering from dementia and Alzheimer’s disease. It is, without a doubt, the best way to keep people active on a social level.
In reality, there are many benefits that dancing bachata can produce for your health, both physical and mental. Increase muscle strength and endurance capacity, strengthen bones, improve flexibility, benefit your mental health and emotional well-being…
We encourage you to benefit from all these aspects by dancing bachata, a perfect solution, on the other hand, to increase your social activity and improve your personal relationships.
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