Sticking to Goals: Dance Pizazz Shares Tips on How to Become a Great Ballroom Dancer in No Time

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Dance Pizazz Wants to Help Keep and Exceed those Spring Weight Loss Goals

Sometimes it seems impossible that life’s goals can be accomplished, especially with today’s immediate and varied demands. Although exercising regularly is a goal many have, few are able to stick to it for a variety of reasons. As per an article on Healthy Women magazine (, most will recognize that setting an exercise goal is important, yet get discouraged when they don’t see immediate results.

Dance Pizazz, the St. Louis area's most fun, friendliest dance studio (, knows that life throws obstacles in the way, but exercising should not be one of them. Here are a few tips on how dancers and those who are curious about dance can set and keep their exercise goals through ballroom dance.

•Ballroom dance is a goal-oriented activity: dancers don’t just get on the dance floor for its own sake; there is always a goal in sight. Be it getting through a favorite song without missing a beat, working out through technique drills, or simply learning new steps, Dance Pizazz’s instructors always have a lesson plan to keep the dance student engaged while tracking progress.

•Ballroom dance offers tangible, visible results: whether it’s weight loss, improved posture, or just meeting new friends, dancing offers new experiences that provide mulch-dimensional results. One week may be the loss of those last stubborn pounds, while the next might offer a dance breakthrough. Plus, at the end of each dance lessons dancers feel the sense of accomplishment that comes from sticking to a regimen that is good for the body, but also fun!

•Ballroom dance is a reward onto itself: taking part of goal-oriented exercise has doubtless benefits for the body, but it also does for the mind. From socializing, to learning new steps, to having the satisfaction of continued progress in many areas, has proven benefits in any life. That is why those who dance do it with a smile, because the act of dancing itself means that something was learned, applied, and is now being used with others.

Dance Pizazz is proud of its dancers and the accomplishments that follow on and off the dance floor. Go to to see how many have benefited from the studio’s personalized programs and progress checks.

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