Mostly we don’t know their names yet for men, we want to be with them and fit shapely beautiful young women want to be them.

NBA cheer and dance squads deserve all the praise, because while the audience watches in awe, these gorgeous girls drive them craze.

If you are a young female athlete with so much of your future in front of you, even if you decide not to join an NBA cheer squad, in terms of fitness, wouldn’t you like to dance and maybe even look like them?

Why don’t we sample a few of their personalities?

fciwomenswrestling.com article, nba.com photo credit

fciwomenswrestling.com article, nba.com photo credit

Always ready to soar the Houston Rocket’s Cheer Squad shares at ultimatecheerleaders.com, “If you are passionate about dance, love your community, and enjoy basketball…then this is the perfect job for you! The red hot, world famous, Houston Rockets Power Dancers are known as one of the NBA’s hottest and most elite teams of professional dancers!

Under the direction of Entertainment Manager & Coach and Choreographer, Natalie Alvarado, the Rockets are looking for high energy, confident, and versatile performers! Members of RPD perform at all home Rockets games, appear at numerous community events, opportunities to travel around the world and so much more! Do you think you have what it takes to be a Professional Entertainer? Come out to the Rockets Power Dancers Auditions and see!”

fciwomenswrestling.com article, nba.com photo credit

fciwomenswrestling.com article, nba.com photo credit

So, high energy, versatile and confident. That sounds like you right. Oh, we forgot to mention sensuous. That sounds like you too.

We love the insights found at the global travel giant lonelyplanet.com. They are high on Milwaukee. “Here’s the thing about Milwaukee: it’s cool, but most people don’t think of it when deciding where to book a weekend getaway. It’s often edged out by Chicago or New York, but Milwaukee is well worth a spot on your travel itinerary. The city’s reputation as a working man’s town of brewskis, bowling alleys and polka halls still persists. But attractions like the Calatrava-designed art museum, bad-ass Harley-Davidson Museum and stylish eating and shopping enclaves have turned Wisconsin‘s largest city into an unassumingly cool place. In summertime, festivals let loose with revelry by the lake almost every weekend.”

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, nba.com photo credit Copyright 2016 NBAE (Photo by Gary Dineen/NBAE via Getty Images)

With that introduction, watching you dance for the Milwaukee Bucks Cheer Squad would be a visual dream come true.

Let’s meet them at nba.com. “Ever wonder what it is like to be a member of the Milwaukee Bucks Dancers? Are you planning on auditioning for the 2016-17 team or interested in learning more? Now is your chance to be a part of an exclusive opportunity and experience a week in the life of MBD! Receive skills training, participate in practices with the current team, go behind the scenes on a game day, get audition advice and feedback from the Dance Team coach and choreographer, and have a Q&A session with some current MBD members.

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, nba.com photo credit Copyright 2016 NBAE (Photo by Gary Dineen/NBAE via Getty Images)

The best part; it’s FREE! Submit a 30-45 second dance video along with the application and you could be selected for this unique opportunity! As a bonus just for submitting the application you will receive FREE registration to one of the upcoming MBD Audition Prep Class which will be held later this Spring.”

Exciting news for certain.

Dancing for fitness to pulsating music sounds like private or public fun.

If you are a female athlete wanting to add dance to your fitness program, here is a female writer ready to gyrate you in the right direction.

6 REASONS TO LEARN HOW TO DANCE

By Steph Bryans

The popular TV show “Dancing with Stars” has brought dancing back into fashion. The glamour, the excitement, the sexy moves and of course the music all come together to make dancing something that cool people do again. The question is, why would you want to learn how to dance? If you’re not sure, here are 6 reasons why!

  1. It’s a fun way to exercise. When thinking about ways to get fit, you usually think about going to a gym, or jogging or some other way of form of boring exercise that most people don’t find fun and that isn’t particularly enjoyable. Dancing however is fun. Even if you’re just disco dancing in your living room to some popular record from your teenage years, your heartbeat will raise and you’ll enjoy the benefits of exercise without feeling that you’re actually working out. If you learn to dance, you’ll learn routines that you can use either with a partner, or can adapt to do on your own, and these can become a regular “work out” that will help to keep you in shape.
  2. Learning to dance is a great way to meet people. You could turn up at a local dance studio and take a few classes, or you could buy a DVD and follow the steps in the privacy of your own home. Once you feel a little more confident, put on your dancing shoes and get out to a local dancing venue. You’ll be surprised at how many people are dancing!
  3. That dreaded first dance as a married couple isn’t going to give you nightmares when thinking about your wedding! Instead you and your partner can gracefully glide through a romantic Viennese waltz, before the beat picks up and you both sexily samba back to your seats to the enthusiastic cheers of your friends and family!
  4. Dancing lowers your stress levels. There’s something special that happens when you dance. It’s as if all the worries and stresses of your life take a step back as you focus on moving your body in time to the music. You’re not thinking about the bills that need paid, what’s for supper, or whether you sent that important document in the mail. Instead you’re thinking about what steps come next, if you’re keeping your heels and toes in the right place, and your lines straight. Afterwards, the stressful issues are still there but you’re able to deal with them with a clearer head.
  5. There’s no age restriction! Anyone can learn to dance. It doesn’t matter if you’re 5 or 75, you can learn to dance and have great fun doing so. If you’re older and have some health restrictions that mean you can’t chase as fast as you might have done in your 20s, that doesn’t matter. Often you can either choose to learn a slower dance, or perhaps slow the tempo down and do the faster dances to slower music!
  6. It’s fun! OK, so that’s already on the list, but the fact that dancing is fun can’t be emphasized enough. It doesn’t matter if you think you’ve got two left feet, bad balance and no co-ordination worth mentioning, learning to dance is still going to make you laugh – even if it’s at yourself – while at the same time doing something active that’s got your heart racing, your body moving and your stress levels down. What better reason could you need?

Steph Bryans

Imagine yourself dancing like a celebrity star. Easily learn all the steps in the comfort of your own home with the help of a famous celebrity choreographer.

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