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Most people hear dance and think: easy, does nothing, waste of time, these are quite a few facts disproving that.
It has a wide range of physical, and mental benefits including: improved condition of your heart and lungs, increased muscular strength, endurance and motor fitness, increased aerobic fitness, improved muscle tone and strength, weight management, stronger bones and reduced risk of osteoporosis, better coordination. Facts by: Wikipedia
Dancing helps keep you physically fit and healthy. Dance is good for your heart, lungs, and bones. It’s a fun way to stay active while increasing your strength, stamina, and flexibility. In addition, dancing encourages good posture, body awareness and control that, even as you age, can and will benefit you. All of these things come together in a dancer to give him/her a physical confidence that others can spot and recognize. “You’re a dancer, I could tell.
Two well-publicized studies [study 1, study 2] concluded that dancing is the only physical activity to reduce your chances of dementia in the way that cognitive activities do. Dance requires you to use multiple parts of your brain at the same time. No matter your age, this increased brain power improves your mental sharpness and agility, and can even increase your attention span.
Dancing builds resilience and determination because, well, dance is hard! You learn to keep trying despite failed attempts, keep going when things don’t go as planned, and yes, occasionally grit your teeth through a bit of pain. Dance also gives you plenty of chances to be resourceful and a creative thinker, especially if dance is your chosen career.
Dancers build lasting memories and friendships with one another. Maybe it’s the work or long hours together, or maybe it’s because you’ve each given so much of yourself, but it always happens. Wherever you go, when you spot that other dancer in the room (and you will), you’ll know you have something in common. That shared experience is part of a rich history of tradition and innovation that unites dancers all over the world. And, because dance is tied deeply to the roots of our communities and cultures, dance builds awareness and appreciation of the differences and similarities between people. This makes you a better citizen of the world.
Facts by: Dance advantage
The Kill Order Is about a group of young adults and a senior citizen fighting for their survival against countless threats, a few times including their friends. The human race rests on their shoulders for the humans to survive they must overcome the terrestrial forces against the human survival.
I think that it is upsetting when you read the the series leading up to this and see some of your favorite characters die, but it builds the suspense of what’s going to happen next and the actions in the book at the end it attracts you so much all you can think of is what’s going to happen in the next book
If you are a reader I strongly suggest reading this amazing series written by the extremely talented author James Dashner.
Hi. As you can see, I’m James. I am a dancer, an actor, an acrobat, and a very struggling singer with dreams of stardom. I love any sugary foods, and with my diet I won’t make it past my senior year at Westlake High School. I play tuba, guitar, keyboard, and baritone. I am very obsessed with reading. I like reading fiction, science fiction, realistic fiction, nonfiction, biographies… and more! And my goals in life are: To take all AP classes, get a 1560/1600 on the SAT, join a glee club, join marching band, get all A’s and get a full scholarship to Juliard and make it on broadway, then move to LA and become a very famous actor with a net worth of 475 million dollars. Then retire and become and entrepreneur.