Can Dance Fitness Be A Sport?

For those of you who don’t understand the allure of mimicking someone else’s moves in real time, while challenging yourself to a HIIT workout, I get it.

Getting the impetus to put on your sneakers is hard enough, right?

If you enjoy the art of a challenge, this analogy might help…

An exercise class is basically moving our bodies in various ways to achieve a result.
While the Mojo regimen achieves effective results, we’re more than an “exercise” class.
We’re a sport.

Like any sport, Mojo is an activity involving physical exertion as an accrued skill:

Attention to form is paramount.
No two classes (or games) are alike
It requires your full attention and focus.
You need passion for music and learning new moves.
Proper performance gear is essential

Recent studies find that physical activity typically performed in groups, such as team sports and exercise classes, provided greater benefits than running or walking”.

With our busy and increasingly technological lives, we’re becoming more and more disconnected, which is bringing depression to an ultimate high.

Team sports help increase social well being, which helps fight depression and increases our overall happiness quotient.

Too afraid to be new to the moves – or not perfect?
As with any new adventure, you may feel a little awkward at first, but with each session, the moves get easier, more effective and more fun.

Better yet, you have a scrappy team to cheer you on.
We may be in different “seasons”, interests and exercise levels, but no one cares.
For one quick hour, we’re all the same.

We’re fighting for our lives and having a bit of fun along the way.

No Balls needed. The focus is hitting the BEAT
Better yet – no score, no competition or judgment (Ahhh)
 Just exhilaration, a fantastic burn and an increased metabolism.

Can Dance Fitness Be A Sport?