The dance routines and movements of the different parts of the body are learned through repetition. For example, if you are a strong-willed, well-coordinated, and physically active person, you would do all your bodyweight exercises in order to improve your overall fitness in the gym.
Dancing is all about making sense of the movements; therefore, it is the movement, not the movement that makes sense. It is your understanding of where you are trying to go on an exercise that you need to master first.
In the beginning of practice, you need to learn how to do things very slowly and in a single-hand manner. If you have very strong hips and shoulders, which are all important for dancing, it is advisable to try to focus only on the lower body with minimal use of the upper body’s muscles and joints.
You can practice your exercises on any surface such as the floor, a mat, or even in front of the mirror.
How many sets I can do?
Practicing dancing is all about making sense of the movements. So the more you practice, the better your dancing will become. There is no set number of sets you should do, but if one part of your body is sore and is no longer able to dance, you are unlikely to practice another part. For instance, if your knees hurt after practicing a part of the routine that you no longer enjoy, it is okay to only do a few sets of that part and then return to doing other dance parts until you feel stronger in the area that was not used. It is also OK to use a few sets of a specific dance movement instead of all the movements while practicing. The key is to be able to learn and master all the moves in a short time period. As a result, if a particular part of your body is not as powerful as it could be, you can simply put it back into the box at a later date and use only whatever comes to hand and stop!
If you are a less-sturdy person, a few sets may be a good idea for you. Just make sure that whatever is being taught doesn’t cause any irritation to your body so that you don’t hurt yourself later in your daily routine. This doesn’t mean that you need to be completely exhausted. If you are able to do your exercises for a few hours a day in a good way, it is better to take some rest periods as you go. You don’t need to be completely exhausted,