Dance Is A Sport

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Dance is a sport. Dancers have equipment just like any other sport. Dancers build strength every day. They spend hours on end working on their technique that has to be flawless. Dance is a sport. Dancers have equipment just like any other sport. Costumes, shoes and make-up are their equipment. Just like hockey skates, they can 't perform their sport without their equipment. (Just like hockey) If they lose a piece of their costume before they compete, their number could be pulled or they will go on stage without that piece of costume. Dancers have equipment just like any other sport.

Dancers build strength every day. Dancers do at least 45 minutes per day of conditioning (strength building). That means many sit-ups, push-ups and plank. In the end, strength pays off. Dancers can flip, turn and lift with ease when they have muscles. Dancers build strength every day.
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Dancers use spoons to shape their feet and use foam rollers to roll out strained muscles after a long stretch. After a really long stretch, dancers muscles can be sore (hurt) for 7+ days. While competing, if every dancer’s technique isn’t flawless, the judges can deduct points. Dancers spend many hours working on their technique.

Dance is a sport. Dance takes remembrance for their dances. Dance takes time to improve. Dance takes dedication for the sport they love. Dance is a

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