Dancing is always a delight and lately this practice has taken over the gyms with the modalities of Zumba, SH’BAM and many others.
But, what if I told you that you can also learn super cool choreography without leaving home and, best of all, without spending money?
FitDance is a YouTube channel that teaches choreographies of the most varied songs. With more than 7 million subscribers, the channel is always updated with songs that won’t let you down. See here the 12 best videos for you to dance and sweat a lot!
1. No Groove – Ivete Sangalo ft. psychedelic
Have you ever heard that pregnancy is not a disease? Pregnant women can (and should) exercise and Ivete Sangalo came to prove it! Of course, at this stage, women are less mobile, but dance brings numerous benefits. Movements combined with music release hormones responsible for well-being and can also reduce swelling in the legs and feet, which are very common during pregnancy.
2. Downton – Anitta & J Balvin
This song has a slow tempo and requires simpler movements. The choreography is ideal for those who are still beginners and do not want to take risks with very fast and complex steps. How about rehearsing and doing a private presentation for your partner? It will be a success!
3. Ta Tum Tum – Kevinho and Simone & Simaria
Mixing funk with sertanejo can be a great idea! In addition to burning calories, this choreography has movements that tone the thighs and glutes. If you’re tired of doing endless sets of squats at the gym, try this choreography to give your exercises a variety.
4. Heavyweight – IZA part. Marcelo Falcão
The arm movements in this choreography stimulate the circulation of these limbs that do not always receive so much attention. This song has a slower choreography and you can dance in quieter moments… You can do a series of choreographies and include it at the end to give that relaxed feel.
5. Drop the beat – Ludmilla
How about getting the kids to dance too? It’s not always easy to get kids moving, but dancing is an interesting option for little ones who aren’t big fans of other sports!
6. Havana – Camila Cabello ft. Young Thug
Who is a fan of the songs that are playing everywhere? You can rehearse this choreography and turn professional to dance at parties and clubs. Invite your friends to train with you and rock the tracks out there!
7. Ragatanga – Rouge
This choreography is probably already familiar if you were a child or teenager in the early 2000s. But if you forgot the steps of this song that infected Brazil, play the video and burn a lot of calories in this nostalgia vibe.
8. Ice Baldin – Cláudia Leitte
This is another option for those who prefer slower rhythms and sensual choreography. As the movements are slower, you can choose this song to start this hobby and then move on to more energetic ones.
9. Let Ela Beijar – Matheus and Kauan and MC Kevinho
If you’re a fan of more upbeat songs, you’ll love this choreography! It’s a very nice song to dance to, with light movements but with a certain degree of difficulty, which makes the choreography a little more challenging.
10. Stop – Anitta
Anitta is famous for the incredible choreography she does in her shows and clips. But who said you can’t do the same? With a little training and dedication, you can dance like Anitta’s dancers and still burn those accumulated calories!
11. Despacito – Luis Fonsi ft. Daddy Yankee
It’s hard to sit still when you play Despacito, isn’t it? This bubblegum song conquered everyone and you can learn to dance to it, just play the video above!
12. Lucky that Cê Beija Bem – Maiara and Maraisa
Do you think you can’t dance sertanejo without a partner? Found it wrong! Take a look at the video to learn this choreography that will teach you how to dance sertanejo in a different and equally delicious way.
Dancing can bring many benefits to physical and mental health, improves balance, stimulates confidence, increases self-esteem and can even fight symptoms of anxiety and even depression. So, convinced to join FitDance?
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