Hi ! I bought the DVDs but go to classes ($5 per) to make sure I get the moves down. Thanks for the info on the youtube sites ! !
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I haven't seen much in the way of "good" Zumba videos. One lady in particular that I like is CocoFitness. She is a personal trainer and Zumba instructor. She breaks down the moves for all dances and has a very nice way about her. I would say she has maybe 22-25 videos but you are talking about 3-6 minutes each.
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Your best bet is to find live classes on zumba.com. Seriously, youtube can get you just about anything, so you want to make sure you're taking your fitness class from a qualified instructor. Just a suggestion! There is good AND not so good "Zumba" on youtube.
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Hi! I have been doing Zumba for a while at home with DVDs but they are starting to get a bit boring and repetitious. Does anyone have any favorite youtube zumba favorites? I'm hoping to mix up my routine with some of those!
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