Dance off Your Holiday Weight!

Shannon Paul

| 2 min read

Spice up your exercise regimen with dance and have a blast while blasting that holiday weight! Dancing is a great total body workout. It’s a fun combination of stretching and cardio – both of which are essential to any fitness routine.
One of the best part’s about dancing is that you hardly realize you are getting a great workout. After dancing, muscles will be sore that you probably didn’t know you had! Dancing is also a great way to tone your body without having to focus solely on resistance training.
While some work out routines can get boring, dance is one physical activity where you can mix up your workout and keep it fun. From ballroom to Latin dance and more, such as: Argentine Tango, Ballet, Fox Trot, Hip Hop, Jazz, Paso Doble, Salsa, Swing, and Waltz. Here are a couple of options for dance classes around MichiganL
The Michigan Area Arthur Murray Dance Studios offer private dancing lessons and group classes. Locations include:
  • Ann Arbor
  • Bloomfield Hills
  • Northville
  • Royal Oak
  • Sterling Heights
Another option: Michigan gyms offer dance classes from Hip Hop to Zumba! Check out your gym’s class schedule if you already have a membership. If not, here are a few great gyms to check out:
These dance studios and health clubs offer exclusive discounts for members of the Michigan Blues. If you’re a BCBSM member, go to and get ready to dance off the holiday weight!
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