A combination of workout routines and a variety of dance styles like jazz and ballet is called an Aerobic Dance Exercise. These routines may be defined as a low-impact exercise compared to other fast-paced routines. This type of exercise is perfect for people who are pregnant, old or overweight but still want to stay healthy and fit.
An aerobic dance program often uses a selection of tunes for its course. It follows style and speed variations for the routine. Aerobic dance are classified into low and high impact, water dance and step aerobics. High impact routines are strenuous exercises like jumping movements that are synchronized with the beat of the music. On the other hand, step aerobics uses the step bench and water aerobics is done either in deep or waist-deep water.
Aside from the movements and the music, aerobic dance routines are also done with fast breathing. This way oxygen is being pushed into the blood stream and revives the body. Aerobic dance routines are often done 2 to 3 times a week between 20 to 40 minutes. It’s like dancing on rhythmic patterns and counts but on a set up the tempo.
Like any other form of exercise warming up is always very important before proceeding with the routine. 10 to 15 minutes of warming up and stretching will lower the risk of any possible injury since it will prepare the body for any low or high impact movements. Now, after the routine there should also be an additional 5 to 10 minutes cooling down to slowly support the muscles and the heart to relax.
Aerobic dancing is an entertaining way to lose weight. It works your body out and at the same time tone the muscles. It also increases blood circulation and lowers your cholesterol and glucose levels. It also helps increase stamina and energy. Aside from that this is a perfect way to deal and release your stress.