Water Zumba

Monday, June 07, 2010

Wow!!! So I tried a new class today. Water Zumba.

If you don't know what Zumba is....don't worry, I didn't either. LOL. I am assuming, based on the class tonight, Zumba is a dance workout. AND I DO MEAN WORKOUT!!!
HOLY CRAP!!! 1 hour of straight CARDIO. We were in the pool thank goodness. At least I could keep somewhat cool. Still I was SWEATING and SWEATING in the pool.
It was a mixture of belly dancing, hawaiian dancing, tae bo, hip hop....but all together fun and tiring. The music had such rythms that each song had its own dance. Of course, being this was my first class, I was needless to say, not exactly world class. WHO CARES. It was so much fun. Have I said that yet?? I am definitely adding this class to my workout routine.
Now I know where I will be on Monday nights at 6pm. I will be at the RUSH on Chapman Highway taking Water Zumba.

My next weight in isn't until the 29th and it's killing me not to step on a scale and see my progress. I am definitely going to step on a scale Wednesday. My sister goes to the same weight loss doctor that I do and I am taking her to her appointment on Wednesday. So I am going to step on the scale and check my progress. I want to know. I need to know...uggghhh.

Anyway, I just wanted to tell you about water zumba. If your looking for a good Cardio workout and shake and shimmy with your bootie off, I recommend the Water Zumba.

Until next time,

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    Don't think they have that here where I am, It does sound like fun and it also would be gentle on my ankle that has arthritis in.
    2840 days ago
    WOW... I love Zumba but I have never
    done it in the water...YOU GO GIRL!!

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    2840 days ago
    That sounds like fun! Wish we had something like that around here!
    2840 days ago
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