Why women should dance?????????

@avs189 (1030)
India
January 15, 2007 5:47pm CST
Hey anybody knows why dancing is preferred for women ratherr than going to gymnasium,or walking or jogging......... some of reasons are enlisted below... 1...Women working in gyms are attached to ipods,radios,mobiels as compared to the dancing which requires moving in unison and increasing connectivity along with co-operation .. 2..For old aged people dance programmes are seen to improve their balance and agility since it requires mental engagement coupled with phyiscal movement .so creates mind -body connection as compared to gymnasium where only phyiscal connection is maintained.. 3..According to studies dancing is only activity tat reduces the risk of dementia or loss of memory by whooping 76 percent ...as compared to others like reading book,playing ,or other physical activities..also some programs also have shown useful treatments for breast-cancer.... SO what u think ??? How many of u go for dancing ??Do u feel that dancing would really help u?? Open for any suggestions and all users would be rated...
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@limcyjain (3523)
• India
20 Feb 07
I think not only women but men too should dance. I was not aware of the studies related to dancing but when some good songs are playing it comes naturally to me. I used to take part in competitions during my college days and won many a times. Even today i dance but for expressing my happiness and teaching my children.
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@avs189 (1030)
• India
21 Feb 07
Anyways thanks for reply...hmm i guess men do dance...i mean their physical work can also be considered a kind of dance...i would take ur suggestion seriously..
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@williamjisir (22903)
• China
8 Aug 07
Women love to dance instead of going to gym. I think that it is mainly because dancing makes them feel happier when beautiful music is played. And they love to dance to the beat. They feel happy when they dance. Lots of women in my city love to dance both in the morning and in the evening on the relaxing square.
@avs189 (1030)
• India
8 Aug 07
Ya that also helps them in maintaining their body as well as keeps them busy so that they are not over indulged in their fianancial or physical problems ,also providing additional advantage of maintaining good health.
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• China
9 Aug 07
You are right. Thanks for your response, friend.
• United States
16 Jan 07
Im convinced. You have some pretty interesting facts there I had no idea. I dont know how to dance but I think I am going to make the time to learn how
@avs189 (1030)
• India
21 Feb 07
Thanks for the reply...i came across these points while reading a research magzine which had some of these facts highlighted.....anyways hope u learn dancing...
• United States
11 Aug 07
..just turn on the music.. :)
@flowerchilde (12518)
• United States
11 Aug 07
...say that's good news! That it reduces the risk of dementia.. I've always thought I might be prone to it as I get on in years! And I love to dance.. so maybe there's hope after all! - Seriously though, I didn't know that about it being good mental exercise and toning too! Kool!
@skydancer (1986)
• United States
17 Jul 07
Wow, I am a dancer and even I didn't know some of these facts, #3 in particular I'd never heard. Thanks a lot for sharing! One of the reasons I love dance so much is the variety you get in your workout - it's not the same old, same old movement every day like swimming laps or running or even working out in a gym. For me that's important because when something becomes "old" I don't want to do it anymore as I have to be stimulated and intrigued (all while being physically challenged) constantly and dance has fulfilled that probably better than any other physical activity I have tried. The fact that there is always something new to learn and you'll never run out of movement possibilities is another motivator for me. I think it's a nice activity for men and women to get involved in whether they aspire to be professionals or not. A lot of men tend to think it's a "girl" thing (especially in English speaking countries where the profession tends to be dominated by women) but if presented in the right way you could shatter that stigma for them. I would recommend it to everyone.