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    Evolution of Dance

    From to the robot to the chicken dance to the twist , Inspirational comedian Jud Laipply does it all in 6-mint . His dance will be rememberd .

    Judson Laipply (born 1976) is an American motivational speaker and dancer from Bucyrus, Ohio.
    He is best known for his performance in the Evolution of Dance viral video clip.
    He has worked as a public speaker since 2000.

    he is also marked as ,Most Viewed All Time Video on YouTube


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    Benefits Of Dancing

    Benefits of dancing are given below:

    Forever young.

    Dancing is tremendously beneficial in keeping us young. It retards the aging process. It benefits our heart, cardiovascular system and increases our lung capacity.
    The muscle exertion and breathing rates of dancers performing in one dance competition is equivalent to those of cyclists, swimmers and an Olympic-level 800-meter runner.

    Strong bones, lubricated joints.

    Dance aids in the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis, which is a major concern for women, especially during post-menopause because of the significant drop
    in estrogen that occurs at this stage. A decrease in our estrogen levels stops calcium from being absorbed into our bones. Dance also keeps joints lubricated,
    which helps prevent arthritis.

    Calorie blaster.

    Dance exercises our bodies to allow for increased circulation. It helps us burn calories while improving our stamina. Dance burns from 5 to 10 calories per minute
    depending on speed and intensity. For example, swing and mambo burn more calories than a slow waltz.

    Better blood.

    New research has discovered that it is necessary to measure both good and bad cholesterol levels when determining our health. Dancing aids in lipid control,
    which raises our HDL (good cholesterol), and lowers our LDL (bad cholesterol). Dancing is also great for diabetics because it aids in blood sugar control.

    Mental mastery.

    Dance improves our memory by making us recall steps, routines and dance patterns making it a great mental exercise for our brains. The big benefit is that
    increasing mental exercise keeps your mind young, quick, alert and open.

    It's all about balance.

    Balancing yourself in one position may be easy, but balancing in the numerous types of positions involved in dancing is much more difficult.
    Dancers have mastered the ability to balance themselves in a number of positions. This strengthens our stabilizer muscles, while protecting
    our core and keeping us less prone to injury in our daily lives. Dancing also aids in coordination and helps strengthen our reflexes.
    It is a great way to keep our central nervous system in tip-top shape by improving the connection of our bodies to our mind.

    Socially satisfying.

    Dancing is recreational and entertaining. It creates a social life for us, while affording us the opportunity to make new friends.
    Friends helps us grow, make us laugh and support us as we learn.

    Culturally diverse.

    Dancing has no cultural barriers. People from all parts of the world, with different ideologies, meet on the dance floor.
    Cultural interaction improves our health by expanding our mind and sharing our spirit!

    Groomed to perfection.

    Dancing is not only fun and romantic, but it helps promote good grooming because everybody wants to look his or her best while they dance.

    A happy self.

    Dance elevates our mood by raising our endorphin levels. This is what allows us to heal stress and depression — two of our immune system's biggest
    enemies! It helps us establish our self-confidence and self-discipline. It improves the harmony between our mind and body, giving us a sense of well-being.


    Flexibility is an important part of being healthy. Dance requires a great amount of flexibility. Most dance classes begin with a warm-up including several
    stretching exercises. Dancers must strive to achieve full range of motion for all the major muscle groups. The greater the range of motion, the more muscles
    can flex and extend. Most forms of dance require dancers to perform moves that require bending and stretching, so dancers naturally become more flexible by simply dancing.


    Strength is defined as the ability of a muscle to exert a force against resistance. Dancing builds strength by forcing the muscles to resist against a dancer's
    own body weight. Many styles of dance, including jazz and ballet, require jumping and leaping high into the air. Jumping and leaping require tremendous strength
    of the major leg muscles. Ballroom dancing builds strength. Consider the muscle mass a male ballroom dancer develops by lifting his partner above his head!


    Dance is physical exercise. Exercise increases endurance. Endurance is the ability of muscles to work hard for increasingly longer periods of time without fatigue.
    Regular dancing is great for improving endurance, especially vigorous dancing such as line and ballroom dancing. Elevating the heart rate can increase stamina.
    Just as in any form of exercise, regular dancing will build endurance.

    Sense of Well-Being

    Dancing is a social activity. Studies have shown that strong social ties and socializing with friends contribute to high self-esteem and a positive outlook.
    Dancing provides many opportunities to meet other people. Joining a dance class can increase self-confidence and build social skills. Because physical activity
    reduces stress and tension, regular dancing gives an overall sense of well-being.

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