I do Zumba and Tae-Bo so take this for what its worth. I think Zumba is best if you prefer a more cardio, dancing experience. Start out slowly and work your way through a few times at a comfortable pace. You can either buy DVDs or try out some on YouTube or other sites. I use YouTube since its free. I have even done chair Zumba, depending on how you feel you may want to start there. Zumba can be intense so work at your own pace.
Tae-Bo can be intense, Billy Blanks has different versions so I'd suggest watching a few different styles to see what works for you. Start out slow because you will feel your body no matter which one you start out with. I would suggest only doing Tae-Bo 2-3 times a week at the outset so your body can adapt. Then work up to your pace.
Lesson? Zumba and Tae-Bo, work at your own pace and don't overdo it but have fun!
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