Dance the fat away !

Dance the fat away !

dance-the-fat-awayIn this day and age, everything starts from looks and appearance and ends there too. Men strive for six-pack abs and the girls talk about the sought after size zero, which ironically, is not a size at all. *Chuckle*. Everyone wants to look good and remain absolutely fit and healthy. But then there are some who have serious obesity issues and they look for exercises that would help them lose weight fast. No one realizes that it is not just the surfeit of fast food in the diet that causes weight gain but also the lack of exercise. If a 15 minute workout session is spared out every day, there is no way you are ever going to gain weight.

Now we debate over the most effective exercises for losing weight fast. What according to you is the best drill for quick weight loss? The answer is simple. The best exercise is the one that you are going to love and enjoy doing, because that will help you maintain consistency with your exercise routine. Whether you spend an hour in the gym running on the treadmill or cycle all the way to the grocery store that is half an hour away, what matters is that it is something that you enjoy and that makes it equally good for the mind and the body.

Banishing all the conventional ways of weight loss, we are going to talk about a weight loss technique here that will swoon you off your feet- Dancing. Many forms of dance can cause weight loss. Dancing is an incredible form of exercise. Not only does it raise the heart rate through movement, dancing also tones and tightens the major muscle groups of the body. Dancing can burn as many calories as walking, swimming or riding a bicycle. A half hour session of dancing can burn a lot of calories, and you will be so involved that you would actually forget that you were doing it for losing weight. Some dance styles are much more strenuous than others so make sure you choose the right type of dance. For example, dancing to a fast-paced jazz number will burn more calories than your slow and graceful movement on a mellow song.

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