We love to dance our way to better health here at ‘On Broadway’® Dance Fitness. Doing something we love as a form of fitness is SO important. Why? Because you reap so many more of the benefits if you are loving every minute of it.

I don’t know about you, but treadmills have never been my thing 😆. The good news is, we don’t have to exercise in ways that don’t bring us joy as there are so many amazing, fun ways to get fit out there!

“Exercise is a celebration for what our bodies can do, not a punishment for the food we eat”

I urge you to think about this as we move into the New Year. Be kind to yourself, and don’t force your body to exercise in ways that don’t fill you with joy. Exercise is a celebration for what our bodies can do, not a punishment for the wonderful food we are blessed to eat!

As you have landed on this blog, I assume dancing like no one is watching will be something that you’ll LOVE. However, if not, there are so many options out there, and I would love you to find something that YOU love as a form of fitness. Many classes might offer free taster classes, much like we do, so go for it and try them out. See what brings you joy and go for it!

If you haven’t already booked one, you can try ‘On Broadway’® Dance Fitness for free with us by clicking HERE or emailing me at info@katyrobinsonfitnessfusion.co.uk.


In case you were in any doubt that dance is great for our body and mind 😄💃…

Dancing is not only a great cardiovascular workout, it also helps to improve your memory, reduce stress & anxiety, fill you with joy, encourages creativity, is a great social form of exercise where you can meet likeminded people and have a laugh… and so much more. You can read more about how dancing is a shortcut to happiness here.

As I said above, doing something we love as a form of fitness is SO important if we really want to achieve our goals. Maybe it’s to make friends, get fitter, or improve our overall wellbeing! Whatever your goals are for the New Year, achieve them through JOY, by doing something you love.

Have a great week! See you soon.

Katy and the team xx


Ps… This short 15 minute podcast by Michael Mosley on BBC Sounds (click here) is a brilliant listen! He talks all about the amazing health benefits of dancing. Isn’t it amazing to know that kick lines and jazz hands can improve our health and wellbeing to that extent? Let me know if you give it a listen. I thought it was fabulous!