The duration of time it takes to see results from salsa dancing can vary depending on multiple reasons such as your current fitness level, frequency of practice, intensity of dancing, and individual body composition. However, ladies and gentleman, consistency is key when it comes to any fitness activity, including salsa dancing.
Most of people are so excited to learn a new skill such as dancing and their expectations overcome the realty, such as fitness level or music affinity, and when they start to dance can be disappointing for them, we need to understand that one hour or 10 of your life will not teach your muscle and your body to dance good or even close, but 24 hours can make for sure the difference! Think about like learn a new language in 10 hour of study you can understand the bone and structure of it but is very far to actually speak and have a conversation after just few hours of study!
To see noticeable results from salsa dancing, it is generally recommended to practice for at least 2-3 hours per week. This can be spread out over multiple sessions or concentrated into longer sessions, depending on your schedule and preference. After few study and statistic over on more than 3000 people, seems that longer session are suitable only when your coordination level or your music background is good, that means that 80% of the times 1 hour sessions or even less, spreaded through the week will help people to absorb the knowledges, techniques and movements in a better way.
Keep in Mind
Keep in mind that the more you practice and the more effort you put into each session, the faster you are likely to see results. Salsa dancing is a full-body workout that engages various muscle groups and improves cardiovascular health, so the more you dance, the more you will reap the benefits.
In addition to the duration of practice, it's important to focus on the quality of your dancing. Pay attention to proper technique, posture, and body alignment to maximize the effectiveness of your dance sessions. Don't forget that every kind of couple dance require to achieve control and confidence during the dance so repetition is another key element!
It's All About Hours!
At last, results can vary from person to person, and it's important to listen to your body and progress at your own pace. Stay consistent, enjoy the process, and you will start to see improvements in your fitness and dancing skills over time. Is important to keep in mind that learn a new skill such as dancing is not about months or years, is all about Hours (18 - 24 Hours are usually the time to learn the salsa basics with quality)!
So, lace up your dancing shoes, set aside dedicated time for practice, and get ready to see the results of your salsa dancing journey!