National Dance Day, which was set aside  raise awareness about and to encourage Americans to embrace dance as a fun and positive way to maintain good health and combat obesity, is observed each year on the last Saturday in July. 
National Dance Day achieved national recognition when in 2010, a long-time proponent of healthy lifestyles, American Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton, introduced a National Dance Day resolution to promote dance education and physical fitness.
Shake your booty by listening to some fun music and dancing, heading over to your local Crunch  where you can go on line to get a free 3-day pass or  sign up for a yearly membership of healthy, body toning, cardiovascular activities and/or posting  on social media using #NationalDanceDay to encourage others to do so as well.
National Dance Day was launched in 2010 by  “So You Think You Can Dance” co-creator and Dizzy Feet Foundationco-president Nigel Lythgoe.
There are over 1,200 national days:  July 30, 2016,  July 29, 2017, July 28, 2018 and July 27, 2019. As airline stews say as you're disembarking a plane, "We know  you have many  choices,but thanks for flying-----." There are many places to workout but after sampling plenty of  them in and around Los Angeles I can honestly  say none of them make working out more  fun--whether you can dance or not--or more comfortable whether you're thin or flabby--than Crunch. I go to the West Hollywood  location 
which offers super creative workouts such as Flyig Pilates, Powerwave Battle Roping, Sex Ed workout,  Bodyweb Bootcamp with TRX and a whole  lot more plus two rooms equipped with machines and options for body building or muscle maintenance.