There’s a lot going on inside our bodies when we dance.
The human body is an amazing machine. Like any machine, it needs fuel to run, and then turn that fuel into energy.
In this video, we take a very simple and quick look at all the things that happen to the body when dancing.
- Where does the energy come from?
- How do the muscles use any fuel reserves?
- Why do we breathe heavier?
- Why does the heart beat faster?
- Why do we seat?
- Why do we flush?
- And why do we feel great after a good night of dancing?
Whether you like biology or you are curious about how the human body does while you dance, this video will answer the most elemental questions about the science behind dancing.
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