Tap Dancing The tap dancing we see on stage is said to have evolved from a mix of the Irish jig and a West African dance called the gioube when the two cultures met in early colonial America. In tap dancing you beat out syncopated rhythms with your feet, which are amplified by the metal taps on the bottom of your shoes. All that fancy footwork is one of the best fat-burning dance workouts around. “It’s good for your heart, stamina, general strength and balance
#BucketList Take Tap Dance Lessons is at the top of my ever growing bucket list. Ever since my Dad introduced me to first Fred Astaire movie I have wanted to take tap dance lessons. I wish I would have taken them when I was young girl, but was too busy with sports and school.