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Zumba Fitness Core - Nintendo Wii
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- The first and only game designed to strengthen your core and sculpt your abs within a solid total body workout
- Dance to 40 new songs, including contagious Zumba® fitness originals and more smash hits from today's hottest artists like Enrique Iglesias, Karmin, Sean Paul, Kat DeLuna, Tiesto, Grace Potter and the Nocturnals and Don Omar
- Move to 30+ different dance styles as you play including new rhythms like Brazilian Funk, Jive, Disco, African, Hula, Celtic, Ballet and more
- Take 45 different pre-set classes that include a warm up, interval training and cool down or create your own playlist of your favorite routines
- Dance hands-free with the included Zumba® Fitness belt that lets players holster their Wii Remote.
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Platform: Nintendo Wii
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In any case, just as with the previous versions of Zumba Fitness for Wii, you'll need a belt to hold your Wii remote as you dance. There is a belt that comes packaged in the box, but if you want to play with multiple players (the game supports up to 4), each player will need their own belt. You really don't need to buy additional belts from Majesco; any belt will do as long as you can tighten it enough to securely hold your Wii remote at your waist level.
One very, very important thing to remember is that the Wii remote needs to be positioned with the buttons facing out (towards the TV) and the remote right-side up vs. upside-down (i.e., with the A button on top). If you stick your remote in the belt the intuitive way (upside down), the game won't track you at all. There was so much confusion about this in past versions that this time they've included a little video on it to show the right way to do it.
The first thing you do is set up your profile. Strangely, it doesn't let you use your balance board to detect your weight. Worse, you input your weight in the most painful way possible--by starting at about 100 pounds and pressing the button for what feel like an eternity (in my case at least) to get to your actual weight.Read more ›
The 3rd Zumba in the last three years follows right along with the first two with some improvements. The workout program now has 40 tracks covering many styles of dance.
For my classes today, I set up a custom workout with 8 songs that took around 35 minutes:
1. Sugar Plum fairy (Warm-up) - Terrific rendition of the famous nutcracker song that threw in lots of ballet. My students were surprised at first, but actually loved it. Great choreography!
2. Vamos a La Pista - Excellent latin style dance with good choreopgraphy.
3. Kazachok in Habana - A russian style dance with a little salsa mixed in. Again, students were surprised with it, but with lots of clapping, they liked it.
4. Roll Wid Di Don - Raggaeton style from the artist who sung Temperature. My students liked this one as well.
5. La Bomba - Latin style, good choreography with excellent core moves.
6. Quiebra - TERRIFIC song and probably the most intense cardio and core workout in Zumba history. This one will make you sweat!
7. Nyana - Electronic music that has easy to follow aerobic style moves. Well liked but most suited as a warm-up.
8. Jammin (cool down) - My students absolutely LOVED cooling down to Bob Marley's Jammin. Lots of stretches!
Some minor complaints:
1. I miss the first Zumba where the dancers were in "shadow form" It makes me a tad uncomfortable with some of the Zumba dancers from 2 and 3 wearing bikini tops. I like the tank tops much better.
2. A few routines I scanned before my first class had a lot of hip gyrations.Read more ›
The first thing to do is go through the little tutorial that shows you the various steps you will encounter, at slow and fast speeds. There's no need to memorize the moves, but it lets you know what to expect. There are 3 lengths of "classes", around 25 minutes, 45 minutes, and 60 minutes. After about a month of working out with this game 3-4 times a week (starting from a low fitness level), I can now easily do the 25 minute classes, and I can finish the 45 minute class, though it gets tough toward the end!
These workouts really get your heart rate up, and they're pretty fun! I get bored easily and don't want to sit on an exercise bike or walk on a treadmill for my cardio, so being able to do these Zumba routines in the comfort of my own home is just great.
There are multiple choreographers, and they're motion-captured, so you're watching an animated version of a real person on screen (like the way they filmed 'Avatar'). I like this, because the movements on-screen are more natural. Each choreographer has their own style, and there are little prompts to let you know what they're going to do next. I find one girl's moves to be more difficult than the others, but you experience all of the choreographers in a class, so you'll get a range of styles and difficulty, which I enjoy.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This product SHOWED a Zumba Wii belt, expected to get a belt. Disappointed in that aspect. Hoping the game works great though!Published 5 days ago by April L. Gajeski
I absolutely am the most uncoordinated person when it comes to dance. I thought for sure a Zumba class would help in that department. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Michael K.
The game I'd awesome it just didnt come with the belt after it said it comes with a belt even in the description said it comes with a belt. Really need to fix itPublished 10 days ago by Amazon Customer
The dances are fun to do but it said it came with a belt and it didn'tPublished 13 days ago by Amazon Customer