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Cardio dance for improved fitness

If you enjoy dancing then maybe cardio dance offers the perfect workout for you. This popular form of exercise tones your waistline, while increasing your metabolism, and helping you develop balance and grace.

There are many forms of cardio dance around the world because there are many different ways to move as well as many different beats to move to. From salsa, hip hop, house and techno to good old fashioned disco, you can easily find a cardio dance class near you that offers you the chance to combine having fun with a proper workout that tones your body whilst burning calories at the same time.

This type of exercise rarely needs other equipment other than a source of music, which is partly why it has become so popular at gyms around the world. All they need is an empty room, a sound system and a trainer and away they go. Most gyms will offer several classes a day, each with their own style and rhythm, so if you are tempted you can explore until you find a class that's right for you.

There is a lot of fun to be had at these types of classes, which is probably the main reason they are so popular. After all, it's a chance to have a good old boogie whilst getting fit, toning and losing weight at the same time as having loads of fun!

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