Weight-lifting tips for dancers, plus how to worry less and beat post-performance letdownI’m tired of looking like a skinny teenager who’s too weak to partner women. How can I buff up?—Rob, Queens, NYWhile muscle size is determined by your genes, you can make vast improvements to your physique i...
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Get nutrition tips for dancers to ensure that you're well fueled for classes, rehearsals, and performance.
Seeking control over the uncontrollable is a common coping mechanism we all use when we're stressed. For dancers, that can manifest as a tendency to overanalyze meals and obsessively monitor daily calorie burn: When weight and body-image anxieties lurk alongside the unfortunate encouragement of thos
Dancers are understandably obsessed with food. In both an aesthetic and athletic profession, you know you're judged on your body shape, but you need proper fuel to perform your best. Meanwhile, you're inundated with questionable diet advice.
Today, you no longer have to head to a gym or a fitness studio to get a heart-pumping workout. (Or rely on rewinding old VHS tapes of Jane Fonda.) Online workouts have never been easier for dancers to fit into their lives, whether you're on tour or want to squeeze in a warm-up at home before class....
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There's nothing worse than forcing yourself to work out when you don't enjoy what you're doing. If [...]
From Dance InformaDo dancers need extra protein? Do they need to use powders, drinks, shakes or amino acid supplements or should they just eat more? Sadly, the misguided “low-carb” fad continues to be a contributing factor in 70% of Americans being o