Ah, dancing. What better way to spend a night than a night out dancing with your sweetheart? Or unless you have two left feet or only one, you should be interested in a little dancing. It will not only help you lose weight, you will also enjoy doing it. You will also very much like to compete in dance contests if you're competitive and you think you're good enough.
So what compares modern dancing to other forms of dance like folkdance, ballroom, merengue, cha-cha, salsa, flamenco?
Modern dancing, for one, does not earn my vote even though I was a fan of it before. I've tried going to a nightclub once with my friends in high school..I enjoyed dancing with a stranger. But everything becomes different and becomes more meaningful when you're into something else which is not ''modern dancing.'' Never fear even if you are branded by most young people as old-fashioned. You have lots of companions with you, otherwise dance schools offering to teach different kinds of dances will close down.
For example, if you're into Latin dancing, prepare to meet a hot Latino or Latina in a saucy salsa nightclub. Or maybe you can meet someone who does ballroom or cha-cha very well. What I'm only saying is, these kinds are more interesting and they much more represent an art, rather than modern dances. With the modern take, you can only sway your hips so much and it's already dancing. You can do a little rubbing-against-each-other's-pelvis, and it's already called modern dancing. Where is the magic of it? More precisely, where are the morals in this?
I found my magic within Latin dancing. I've only been trying to dance for awhile within the comfort of my own home, when I came up with the idea of learning Latin dancing. I saw some dancers on Youtube and Dirty Dancing doing this type of dance and they're really good. It upbuilded my thinking that ''dancing is another form of art, where one can express her feelings and not be ridiculed for it.'' For most youth, especially in the Philippines, show someone Flamenco, he may just laugh at you. But go to Spain and Latin America, you'll be very much admired. No one must have even heard of the ''Merengue'' dance here, because no one offers to teach them! I'd definitely love to visit Florida, Texas and California to meet more Hispanics and learn about their ''dances.''