Staying healthy is an important part of our day-to-day lives, and one of the best ways we can do that is by getting physical exercise. Working out boosts your energy levels, significantly reduces the risk of being diagnosed with various harmful conditions, and burns your body fat, among other things. However, it can be difficult to get adequate amounts of exercise while you’re cooped up in your quarantine bunker and hiding from the outbreak of COVID-19. Don’t worry, though, because you can get a thorough workout while playing Just Dance 2020 on your preferred game system. Here are three reasons why you should pick the game up if you’re looking to stay fit.
As reported by TIME, dancing burns relatively just as many calories as cycling, running, and swimming does, and it also improves your energy levels and reduces stress and anxiety like other forms of aerobic exercise do. In addition, dancing can strengthen your body’s supportive muscles and tendons. Dancing has even been linked to improved brain health; as reported by the Harvard Medical School, a study found that dancing reduces the risk of dementia. Another study discovered that dancing improves your ability to visually recognize things and also boosts your decision-making skills.
Overall, all of these medical findings prove that dancing is an excellent form of exercise that improve your life substantially.
There are a ton of songs to choose from
If 40 songs isn’t enough for you, though, Ubisoft has got your back with the aptly-named Just Dance Unlimited service, accessible through Just Dance 2020. This streaming service includes all of the content from previous Just Dance games, and new, exclusive songs are regularly added to Just Dance Unlimited as well. This ensures you’ll never run out of songs and dances to enjoy.
You can play with the whole family
What do you think? Are you going to pick up Just Dance 2020 to get some exercise while you’re hunkered down? Do you think your family will want to play it with you? Let me know.
Just Dance 2020 is available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch for $40.