Pregnant Dancer Came Onto The Dance Floor. A Minute Later, She Lit Everyone Up With Her Sparkling Dance!
March 1, 2018 13:09 By Fabiosa
Amazing flexibility, a fast tempo, and graceful movements - it's all about this wonderful pregnant dancer. The moment she came onto the dance floor, the hall went quiet. No one expected a pregnant woman to start dancing so effortlessly. Seconds later, everyone began to clap, shout 'bravo' and support her in every possible way.
During the 35th week of pregnancy, not every woman is capable of tying her own shoelaces and yet, this woman can do such amazing things. It's obvious that she greatly enjoys dancing. Perhaps, her baby will start imitating her mother as soon as she is born and able to walk!
Watch the video below to see this miracle with your own eyes.
The dance video of the future mom got around 3,000,000 views and more than 700 comments. After watching this incredible video, people decided to express their opinions and they seem to be divided into two teams. The first team admire the dancer, ''She's pregnant and not ill. Keep on like that, girl!'' While others, on the contrary, criticized her, ''This is very irresponsible!'' We'll note right away that the positive comments surpass the negative ones.
By the way, Cristiano Ronaldo's girlfriend was actively engaged in dancing during her pregnancy, too. On her Instagram page, Georgina Rodriguez shared videos where she danced salsa in high heels dressed in a mini skirt.
Undoubtedly, such examples inspire people. However, if you want to do active sports or dance during pregnancy, consult a doctor. Each body is individual, so you need to be careful and listen to its needs.
Do you think it's okay to dance during pregnancy? Share your opinion in the comments!
This article is solely for informational purposes. Before using any of the information provided above, consult a certified specialist. Use of the information outlined above can be harmful to health. The editorial board does not guarantee any results and does not bear any responsibility for harm or other consequences that may result from the use of the information provided above.