Batuka, New Style, Funky…son variantes del tradicional aerobic que nos permiten hacer ejercicio mejorando nuestro ritmo y coordinación.
El Zumba Fitness fue creado en la década de los 90 por el entrenador personal Alberto Pérez en Colombia. Desde entonces esta modalidad ha ido captando la atención de muchas personas que han visto en ella una buena forma de practicar deporte sin dejar de lado la diversión, y es que la base del Zumba es el entretenimiento y el disfrute mediante el baile de ritmos latinos y del mundo que habitualmente no se usan en fitness.
I bought the first one and I still use it but I like this one a lot more. With this one you can take a class or make your own. what I like about it most is you can do one song at a time if you want without it being a class. It tells you how many calories you burn which is perfect for those of us keeping track of their calorie burn. You don’t need a board and the game comes with a belt to put your remote in. I put my remote in my pocket because I don’t like the belt.
Ditch the workout and bring the Zumba Fitness PartyTM right into your living room. The Zumba program pairs red hot international dance steps with sexy Latin music to create an ultra fun fitness party on your console that’s focused on the joy of movement. Follow along as Zumba instructor fan favorites Tanya, Gina and Zumba’s creator Beto guide you through more than 30 routines that will make you forget you are even exercising.
The aim behind Zumba is simply to get fit and to have fun, there are no over complicated moves and the best part, is that the rhythm of the music makes you forget that you are even exercising. A standard class uses a mixture of fast and slow rhythms that are based on simplified versions of Salsa, Merengue, Cumbia and Reggaeton. If you don’t know much about these styles, don’t worry – one of the best benefits of Zumba is that it’ll introduce you to all sorts of Latin music!