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Did you know that dancing is a stress reliever? Dancing is actually a great cardiovascular workout, it releases the same feel-good endorphins as traditional exercising. And it’s fun! In fact, dancing has been scientifically proven to help reduce both anxiety and stress levels. According to Psychologytoday.com, “in a study at the University of Derby, depressed patients given salsa dancing lessons improved their moods significantly by the end of the nine-week, hip-swiveling therapy.”
The best part is you don’t need a formal dance class to experience the feel-good benefits of dancing. You can dance by yourself behind a closed-door and dance yourself happy. If you’re a fan of Shonda Rhimes and ABC’s Thursday night lineup “TGIT” then you already know that when life gets tough; sometimes you just have to “Dance it Out”! Shonda often writes scenes where her main characters “Dance Out” their woes to a funky beat!
Since today is the first #ThrowbackThursday of 2017! I’d like to throw it back to last month and share with you a fabulous Christmas music playlist I made on Christmas Eve. I openly love Christmas music. Christmas music puts me in a “holly, jolly” mood. I don’t feel the Christmas spirit until I’m surrounded by Christmas music everywhere I go!
I listened to the 24 hour Christmas radio station during the entire month of December. The radio station is Sunny 107.9 FM in South Florida in case you didn’t know. It’s the only one in South Florida and they play Christmas songs 24 hours a day starting on November 25th each year.
Having a Workout Playlist is a must for high intensity workouts. If you have read my About Me page then you already know that I ‘m a little bit random. So, why should my Workout Playlist be any different? When I’m at the gym I like to listen to music that motivates me and songs that I can sing along to in my head! I like my heart to go “boom, badoom, boom, boom, badoom, boom” to the super bass in my ears!