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Live to Dance, Dance to Live: Dancing for Passion & Health

Live to Dance, Dance to Live: Dancing for Passion & Health

Dance is a passion. Some compete. Some perform. Some teach. Some dance socially. Some do it all. But once you start, no matter which route you take, the dance takes over. It becomes more than just a hobby and the phrase “I can’t, I have dance” becomes a regular part of your vocabulary.
May 25, 2021  in HEALTH & FITNESS
Suck It Up and Dance: Coping with an injury

Suck It Up and Dance: Coping with an injury

You're an athlete. That means at some point, you will probably hurt yourself -- either from moving wrong or from overuse. And if it's the first time it's ever happened, it's scary. This how I coped...and kept on dancing.
May 25, 2021  in HEALTH & FITNESS
You Are What You Eat: Pre-Dance Competition Nutrition (Guest Blog)

You Are What You Eat: Pre-Dance Competition Nutrition (Guest Blog)

With competition in full swing, it can sometimes be hard...
November 12, 2020  in HEALTH & FITNESS
On the Road Dance Nutrition: Guest Blog Post

On the Road Dance Nutrition: Guest Blog Post

Dancers! Your body is your canvas and it’s important to take care of it so you can dance your best. Melanie Bussiere of New Again Fitness has written some excellent posts on the subject so this month we're sharing her advice on competition nutrition and how to eat wisely while on the road.
February 29, 2020  in HEALTH & FITNESS
Hydration: Guest Blog Post

Hydration: Guest Blog Post

As dancers we train hard and we compete hard. And sometimes in the heat of the competition it's easy to let a thing like hydration slip. Melanie Bussiere of New Again Fitness has written an excellent article on the subject so this month we're sharing her advice on why it's important to stay hydrated.
October 29, 2019  in HEALTH & FITNESS
Don't Stop the Music: Dancing With Orthotics

Don't Stop the Music: Dancing With Orthotics

Dancers love their feet. But we are hard on them. Very hard on them. Especially if we’re doing our Rumba walks properly. Show that floor no mercy. And we do it in heels. We know all about cramps and bunions and blisters and pinched nerves. But with the right pair of dance shoes and supportive tools we can protect our feet and keep them comfortable, so we can perform to the best of our ability. This is why many of our customer use orthotics in their dance shoes.
October 27, 2019  in HEALTH & FITNESS
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