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Whitershadeofpale Tue 19-Jul-11 09:34:27

I'm interested in trying Zumba but there are no classes near me that fit in around work plus I don't really have the spare cash for classes every week. I like Davina and Jillian Michaels DVDs and was wondering if there was any good Zumba ones out there.

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Mousey84 Wed 20-Jul-11 18:50:46

Id be interested in knowing too. Though I looked it up on youtube and they have some trailers of dvds so you could check those out? or ebay - can always resell if you dont like it...that was my plan til i remembered ive two exercise dvds still in packaging already, so prob should do those first...

Mousey84 Thu 21-Jul-11 09:18:56

This is the girl I liked most for instructions, but I dont think she has a dvd - some good youtube videos though, if you want to pick up a few moves while you decide

farrahplus3 Thu 21-Jul-11 09:30:01

not sure on dvd's but ive got zumba for the wii and it is brilliant, my kids join in too so a bit more encouragement to keep doing it.

Whitershadeofpale Fri 22-Jul-11 11:38:06

Thanks for your help. Unfortunately we don't have the internet at home or a wii or else I'd be doing that.

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farrahplus3 Fri 22-Jul-11 15:06:40

found this on amazon

bacon Sun 24-Jul-11 11:13:03

I have to be honest I was really disappointed with Zumba, there seemes to be no control, no talking, no checking on posture and its all about speed.

I found the music really repetative and the clapping and shouting annoying.

I had high hopes but attend aerobics class. Also looking at body sculpt.

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larryhenkel Tue 28-Jun-16 06:35:24

You can search videos on youtube and start doing at home, no need to go for classes. Many video tutorials are there on youtube.

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