Has anyone had problems with the update it performs the first time? The instruction manual says it doesnt gaurantee messing up programing for other games so I have not tried Zumba yet, but am wanting to!
Zumba For WII...my wife and I like to work out together but this indicates it only has one belt. Can we get another one or do you have to work out one at a time? If so, I may be better off getting the DVD version
You need the WII controller to be situated on your hip. If you have any the holders from the EA workout you could use those, or you might be able to put in your pocket. I did notice on the box that you can buy additional belts. I think it would be fun to work out with a partner.
Just bought this game today. I was paying forty dollars a month to go to a gym and do zumba maybe twice. I paid 40 for this at wal-mart and i love it! Worth every penny. I get an awesome workout and now i can do it everyday!!
hey, i just read on line that the belt is 52" long. that is from the site. I'm still trying to find were you can buy a 2nd belt for co-op playing.. i will update when i find out
OK i have looked everywhere and they all say you can get more belts at the zumba site but i have looked all over and i cant find one there..(they may just be out of stock but i don't see why they wouldn't just say that) they only have normal belts (that is just stupid to buy a belt just because it came from a zumba site.. just like the sport bras!) any way if you are doing this in your own home, (witch most of us are) and don't mind getting a little creative, make your own! (witch i have to anyway because 52" just wont fit me!) a strip of cloth or leather that fits, some fun colored duck tape and some Velcro and you will have a perfect fit and can make as many as you need.. all for under the price of the official belt and shipping. if anyone would like a detailed pattern just respond to this post and i will come up with one that will work for both the wii and the ps3. however if your one of those people that have to waist good money on a brand name, happy hunting!
Will this work for women over 50. I want a regular workout, but I get frustrated with moves that I'm not flexible enough to do, or go too fast for me to keep up. I'm in reasonable shape but can't keep up with the 20 year old moves.
Hmmm....probably not. The dance moves are pretty fast (I hear the tutorial is near impossible--I never tried it because I have experience with Zumba already). It is also fairly hard on your knees (a lot of side-to-side movement.)