Should I Try... Zumba?

Puniewska, Maggie
July 2013
Health (Time Inc.);Jul/Aug2013, Vol. 27 Issue 6, p60
The article offers information on Zumba dance workouts highlighting its origination, class structure, and the requirement of fitness for taking up Zumba classes. It mentions that a Zumba dance workout can help reduce about 600 calories per hour and allows switching between high and low intensities, toning the whole body and improving endurance. Information on the possible related injuries, finding a licensed Zumba instructor and calorie burn rate per hour for popular workouts are also presented.


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