I'm glad I helped sway you :) Before you make a commitment to doing it regularly, just find time for ONE class. Once you've done it and if you love it, I think you'll be surprised how easy it is to find time for it. 2441 days ago
I definitely think you should try Zumba in a class setting first. I wasn't professional looking by any means, and neither was any other woman or man in that class. Sometimes you need to stop when others are still going. They'll stop when you're in your groove. Sometimes, I just walked around in a circle to keep up with the basic rhythm of the class to when I was ready I could fall back into step. Just listen to the music and go. And after listening to my SO's complaints, focus on getting your feet in the groove before your arms. Just place your hands on your hips when you're learning. When you're more confident in your footwork, you'll have already put your arms into motion without realizing it.
Sorry for the book! I just didn't want you to think coordination should stop you from trying something new :)