Just when you think there’s nothing more uncomfortable and awkward (and creepy) than being expected to give impromptu recitals in public like a couple of dancing circus poodles when people find out you and your husband, The Dancing Doc, are ballroom dancers, there’s this…
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If you’re looking for the sport of a lifetime, may I suggest ballroom dancing? Sure, there’s golf and tennis and power walking and a host of other healthy ways to spend your time, but there is an unexpected benefit you only get from ballroom dancing. [Related: The Top 5 Reasons I Love Ballroom Dancing]
Ballroom dancing burns calories. It improves coordination and core strength. It reduces stress. It makes you happy. And it makes you smarter because engaging in dynamic brain functions
Dear Dance Diva,
What do you do when a guy asks you to dance and he has really, really bad breath? This guy and I belong to the same dance club so I see him almost every weekend at one party or another. He asks me to dance a lot and every time I give him some excuse and decline. He’s a good dancer and a nice person and if it wasn’t for his bad breath, I’d enjoy dancing with him – is it rude to tell him the truth? I am running out of excuses.
—Holding My Breath
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