Fun fantastic and timeless in popularity, young beautiful women often love to dance and need no urging to do so.

Most times.

Dancing as a form of fitness may require a little more nudging since the mindset of running, jogging, walking and sweating at a gym appear to be the more commonly accepted ways to physically beautify.

Female Athletes? Girl Wrestlers?

Maybe you should look at dancing with fresh eyes in terms of regular fitness. Many of the beautiful girls in the Czech Republic at Alpha Catz love to dance.

We have written about them so often but as of this early October 2016 writing, we are going to introduce you to some brand new Alpha Cuties who love to shake their sexy rump to the dance club funk.

At their bios, these girls have already made it clear they love to dance. We’re now going to find out what motivated them to want to throw down and wrestle too.

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“We have bad neighbors where I live, and several times, I was forced to deal with ‘em face to face. This one girl was being really unruly and disrespectful, always causing a noise at night. Long story short, we eventually got into a fight, and it didn’t end well for her at all! That said I’m a nice girl to nice people.

I love to kick box, and learning to grapple could prove useful to me in real life, so here I am. Needless to say, being naturally very action-oriented, wrestling is turning out to be pretty addictive!”

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“I’m against violence, but when pushed, I push back. I try to avoid getting in conflicts, but if stuff happens, I wanna be able to defend myself. I’m giving wrestling a try to see where it takes me!”

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“I have a passion for life, and new or unknown things don’t scare me. Challenges are meant to be conquered. Wrestling looks to be a lot about leg power, and as AJ learned quickly, mine can clamp down and squeeze quite good, benefit of my extensive dance training. It’s one of the things I like about it; even without significant upper body power, girls can crush necks pretty easily, and the sense of power that comes with it is not bad either!”

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“I’m very sports oriented and I like being in front of a camera, so I got quite curious when AJ approached me with the offer to star in his wrestling movies. I did not expect it to be that hard and competitive, however that only reinforced my initial thoughts that these grueling ground struggles of power and speed might be something worth exploring further.”

That was great. My hips are still moving and my Czech Princess fantasies are in overdrive.

Still, this is about female athletes and wrestlers not only dancing for fun but finding enjoyment in dance for fitness.

Maybe that means you too. If so we have a respected female writer whose work we have enjoyed.

Robin has some sexy gyrating suggestions for you.

Please enjoy.

Dance Your Way to a Slimmer Body

By Robin Reichert

Dancing is an ideal aerobic exercise that can help strengthen your heart and slim your body. Dancing has become increasingly popular in the last few years thanks in part to competitive dance television programs on television. According to Dr. Andrew Weil, people can burn up to 400 calories per hour just by dancing. Dr. Weil recommends at least 45 minutes of aerobic exercise five days each week for maximum fitness benefit.

Aerobic dance videos are popular exercise aids. The explosion of popularity of Bollywood movies with stimulating music and engaging songs has caught on in America. One of the most popular aerobic dance videos features Bollywood style choreographed aerobic dance. The music and movement is non-stop for fun weight loss exercise. The constant movement increases the heart rate and keeps it elevated throughout the workout for maximum aerobic benefit. A professional exercise trainer leads you through the video workout. Before beginning an aerobic dance exercise, stretch your muscles to help avoid injuries like a muscle strain.

Local community organizations and fitness centers frequently provided dance aerobic workouts and dance classes. If you like to work out with a group, taking dance classes is a fun way to exercise, burn calories, slim your body and learn new dance moves. Faster dances like jazz and hip hop dance classes can help you burn up as much as 300 calories per hour for rapid weight loss. You will work all of your major muscle groups, too. Ballet classes can provide the stretching exercises that will increase your flexibility while trimming and toning muscles.

Ballroom dancing is very popular in the United States following programs like Dancing with the Stars. Some fitness centers have responded by providing dance instruction. Ballroom dance popularity has sparked renewed interest in fitness dances like the salsa, the cha-cha and other high energy ballroom dances that can help you burn calories for weight loss. Ballroom dancing is a weight bearing exercise activity that can help increase bone strength and bone density. As your strength increases and your weight decreases, you will also see a marked improvement in balance and coordination.

Combine a healthy diet, drinking lots of water and getting plenty of rest with aerobic dance exercise to maximize your weight loss potential and fitness. You can burn calories, trim your body and dance your way to a slimmer, healthier you in a few weeks to a couple of months. You will experience increased strength and have more energy, too. You don’t have to join a club or buy a video to enjoy the benefits of aerobic dance exercise. Turn on the radio or play your favorite music CD and dance your way to a slimmer body.


Andrew Weil, M.D.

Robin Reichert is a certified nutrition consultant, certified personal trainer and freelance writer. She has been involved in the health and fitness industry for over 10 years. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from the University of San Francisco and a Master of Science in natural health from Clayton College. Robin’s goal is to make every personal training session fun and effective for her clients. Her services include both in-person and online personal training at

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