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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 History Ballroom dancing The Benefits of Health When One Ballroom Dances It's been found that dancing can ward off Alzheimer's disease and other dementia. Dancing also increasescognitive acuity at allages. Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers Astaire and Rogers were famous dance partners who filmed ten movies (1933-1939). Astaire and Rogers made their first pairing in a movie in 1933, "Flying Down to Rio", in which they had supporting roles.Although best known for her partnership with Astaire, Rogers made some 70 films during her career and won a Best Actress Academy Award for Kitty Foyle (1940). Ballroom dancing started as a social event for cultures throughout the centuries. Modern ballroom dancing originated during the 20th century, with dances that allowed couples to move independently and with the introduction of new music styles. Competitive ballroom dancing or dancesport began to overtake social dancing towards the end of the 20th century, with two main styles evolving: the International or WDC defined style and the American style. Dancesport had been around for some time, with a world championship being held unofficially in 1909. It first appeared on the television in 1960 and became very popular during the 1980s. Ballroom dancing has recently increased in popularity due to the presence of competitivedancing on television screens around the world. Modern Ballroom Dancing Dancing, a low-impact aerobic activity, improves your cardiovascular system.Your musclesget more tone as you use all of your major muscle groups,burning calories in the process Improving Your Health You gain greater flexibility, agility, strength, & balancewhile encouraginggood posture & body alignment. Eva Baldo 2A
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