You can dance in a group, with a partner, or on your own. There are lots of different places where you can enjoy dancing, for example at dance schools, social venues, community halls and in your own home. Dancing has become such a popular way to be active and keep fit, that most fitness clubs now offer dance classes in their group exercise programs. Dancing can be done both competitively and socially. It can be a great recreational and sporting choice, because anyone of any age can take part. It doesn’t matter whether it is cold or raining, as dancing is usually done indoors.
Think the ability to dance your a** off like a pro has anything to do with size? Think again.
Blogger and radio producer Whitney Thore started dancing when she was just four years old, and was teaching at Greensboro Dance Theatre by age 16. But she stopped dancing in college after she started experiencing inexplicable weight gain.
“Unable to face my reflection, I failed out of dance class my first semester,” Thore told The Huffington Post in an email. “By the time I had graduated college, been diagnosed with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, moved to Korea, and gained 200 pounds, I was finally able to dance socially, at a club or party, but never dreamed I would take a class or perform publicly ever again.”
But when Jared Pike, one of the hosts of the morning radio show Thore produces suggested that she make a “Fat Girl Dancing” video series, she agreed. In a recent interview, Thore told …