Feeling Down? Remember Why You Started Dancing in the First Place!
No matter the level you’re at, beginner or a professional, sometimes you can feel unmotivated. You are asking yourself, is it worth to continue dancing? But in these moments it’s crucial that you remember why you started dancing in the first place!
Keeping in mind why you fell in love with this beautiful sport and art will give you the power to continue. You will realize all the efforts you have made in order to get to the point you are now at. Just think about the reasons why you cannot live without dancing.
You shared your love for dancing with us and now it’s our turn to return the favor. That’s why we gathered some of the responses from our Facebook Group friends and we wanted to show you what is dancesport for them. Maybe you’ll find your reason for dancing among them!
1. Passion and expression
Dancing is all about expressing your feelings. It’s about showing your true personality, or even a different one. Dancing is the best way of showing emotions, especially for passionate people.
2. Dancing brings fun into your life
What do you do when you’re feeling sad? You dance! It lifts up the energy, it’s entertaining and you get to meet really cool people 😉
3. Discipline beyond sport
Dancesport is a beautiful mixture of art and sports. It has the best of the two worlds: competitiveness, discipline, and hard work, but also softness, sensuality, and emotions.
Don’t ever lose your spark!
In everything that you do, you have to remember why you fell in love with that certain thing. Here we shared with you why our friends are passionate about dancing and what it keeps them moving forward.
We would love to hear from you what does dancesport represents for you? Share the passion for dancing with us!
Also, if you want to check what other replies we received in the past to this question you can click here.
I've started dancing when I was 9 years old and it has been a part of me ever since. I love to surround myself with everything dancesport related. Now I get to experience the world of dancing through a writer's lens.