Our expert says:
31% is not too high, so don't panic. Sure, you can bring it down, but it's not "serious". I'd question the advice you're getting if you've had that measured and you're being told it's not good.
Having said this, the addition of exercise should help a little. Just an important point though is that in the past, dancing would have helped because it is a high intensity cardio workout. Currently, you're not doing that, you're doing static training, which is great for the core and strength and flexibility but not for weight loss and energy burning. So you may want to look at a form of exercise that will help you.
Other than this, you need to have a plan. A food diary will help, so will other people to help you train. Partners and friends who will train with you. But you need a 'plot', a plan to follow, both for exercise and diet. And don't panic - part of it is that you're too hard on yourself, because you're not in a bad way at all.
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