Cerebrum which is the biggest part of the brain controls the voluntary muscles and helps in dancing , etc.
but cerebellum controls our body postore
Bur cerebrum helps in movement.
Look there is a difference "cerebrum helps in movement of our body and helps in muscular activities whereas Cerebellum helps in keeping balance our body such as it helps body to stand" I hope It help you
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The answer depends upon whether you are just learning to
dance or you are a highly trained dancer. When you are just
learning any new motor skill involving the performance of
complex sequenced movements like dancing or talking or
writing, etc., you use your primary motor cortex, your
primary sensory cortex (in order to monitor how your
muscles are moving) and two other regions of the brain
called the caudate nucleus and thalamus. The role of the
caudate and the thalamus is to help coordinate and smooth
out the movements in response to how the movements feel
to you. They also help you to speed up your movements as
you become a better dancer.
After you become a highly experienced dancer, another
region of the brain usually takes over; it's called the
cerebellum (or little brain). Whenever we perform a well-
learned movement we access our cerebellum to retrieve the
memory of how to move our muscles quickly, efficiently and
without thinking. This is why thinking during dancing
usually gets in the way of dancing well. Once you know the
movements of the dance well, the cerebellum allows you to
execute them without thinking about where to put your
feet or what to do with your arms.
Your signature is a nice example of how the cerebellum
takes over well learned movements. When you sign your
name you do not think about how to move your hand - you
just do it quickly and each time it looks the same. If you try
to write your name slowly you take control away from the
cerebellum and your signature will look quite different.
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