Day 174 Part Deux: My fist Zumba class

Monday, December 10, 2012

You tell me - was my experience typical?
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    I've never done Zumba but I've taken step aerobics classes for about a year a long time ago and yes I was so lost for the first week. I was sort of babied through it anyhow because I was in high school at the time and everyone else was in their late 20's and 30's and so I got a bit of extra attention from a view people in the back who showed me more in detail how to do things.
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    Comment edited on: 2/11/2013 4:43:35 AM
    I hear Zumba is fun.
    2471 days ago
    I love zumba but unfortunately have to avoid it when my arthritis is active as it is right now. Enjoy all the fantastic rhythms. It makes exercising fun!
    2471 days ago
  • ERW001
    I have only been to one Zumba class before and was totally lost. I even had an instructor who explained a couple of steps. I used to be an aerobics instructor, so I thought I might catch on kinda quickly, but like you said I spent most of the time just hopping around. But totally off topic, I must say you are a very entertaining blogger to watch. I guess I just like the randomness. I feel like we'd get along in real life...anyhow, congratulations on your accomplishments this week, and keep up the vlogging emoticon emoticon
    2472 days ago
    I do Zumba Gold twice a week. It is a little slower than regular Zumba but all the same steps. Most of the instructors just do the steps and you have to "pick it Up." Sometimes you will get an instructor that will demonstrate a step first. If you like Zumba you can purchase a zumba disk that gives you instructions. In fact I have seen instructions demonstrated on YouTube as well. I think the fun and challenge is mastering the steps. It's one of those things that you just have to keep going and you will conquer the steps.
    2472 days ago
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