We’ve already established that being a grad student is a time consuming job. If you have already managed to find time for research, writing, food preparation, and sleep then you’re doing better than a lot of us. But what about exercise? Or having fun?
Here on Earth, we can go outside for a jog with no more trouble than convincing yourself to go outside and jog. We have the gym, swimming pools, mountains to hike, and lot’s of space in general to move about in. On Mars, astronauts aren’t afforded these spacious luxuries. The research habitats are designed to maximize the use of limited space, and may not allow adequate room for the exercises you are used to.
I have a solution.
Super Awesome Dance Parties in Space.
You can boogie in a small personal space, or shake it around the habitat.
I’ve complied a little mixed tape so that everyone can take 15 minutes out of their day to dance like a crazy fool, which is the best way to dance. Consider it this week’s challenge!
Questions of The Day:
What is your favorite song to dance to?
What are some other ways to get your body moving and to have fun in a small area?
2 thoughts on “Dance Party in Space”
I can't dance, so any song that I don't have to dance to would be my favorite dance song.
Everyone can dance. Might be especially easy on mars.