Zumba Fitness Exhilarate Body Shaping System DVD (Multi, Small)
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- Torch calories at home with a rocking dance fitness party
- Over 30 dance styles from around the world, including merengue, salsa, reggaeton, calypso, cumbia and hip hop
- Includes maraca like Zumba Toning Sticks
- 4 DVD set also includes a bonus 5th DVD – “Rush” – an energizing 20 minute workout
- Does not include Rip toning with the chair DVD
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Product detailsStyle Name:Exhilarate 5 DVD
- Department : Womens
- Date First Available : January 24, 2019
- Manufacturer : Zumba Fitness
- ASIN : B07N3DMTKF
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Honestly, if you're looking for a good fun workout with dancing, check out the Fitness Marshall on youtube. He's loads of fun and when I stick with it I notice I lose weight a lot quicker with him.
UPDATE 6/16/2011: It's been 2 weeks today since I tried Zumba for the first time. I haven't changed my eating habits; I eat exactly as I did before (including 6 oz of mint cookie crunch ice cream almost daily), and I'm not taking any diet pills. I've done the Step by Step disc once, and then only the Activate disc so far. To date I've lost 7.5 pounds, and it isn't water weight--it doesn't fluctuate or pile right back on as soon as I eat solid food. The only explanation is that I'm burning more calories than I'm eating, and the only thing that I'm doing different is Zumba. Any activity or workout that gets you moving fast and sweating hard will do the same thing. Pretty much all workouts work, I know that. I also know that it only works if you actually do it, and if it's tedious, boring, painful--or even largely inconvenient (like going to the gym)--I won't do it, no matter how amazing the results would be. The difference with this is that it's fun enough that I'll actually do it more than once or twice and then give it up. You stay on your feet, not on the floor (like with crunches and pilates). There's no straining your neck, breaking your back, or losing your will to live 10 minutes into the session. You're moving and working enough to burn fat and calories, but it's not so strenuous that you can't make it past the first few minutes. Don't get me wrong, I have moments where I struggle with some of the steps, and on occasion I get frustrated trying to keep up--but at least I'm moving. I don't work for the company and am not already sports-model fit. I'm an average 30-something female trying to get back in 20-something shape (and take off some quit-smoking weight). My reviews are honest because I rely on other people's honest reviews to help me make my own decisions about products here. So, I'm going to keep doing Zumba and add some other changes (like giving up my ice cream--so sad) and see how I do. For anyone interested, I'll put a couple beginner survival tips that helped me in the comments. Good luck.
Update: Now I've done disc three a few times it doesn't seem as hard as it did before. In fact the moves are very simple, just kinda fast. I still don't have some of them down but I don't really try, instead I do my own version and have fun with it. Disc four is pretty much the same. Def more challenging. Overall these DVDs are really fun to do and if you stick with it there's always room for improvement and variations. I would recommend to a friend!
My biggest suggestion is to also purchase some "Dance Socks" that go over your tennis shoes if you have carpet. I can slide around with less friction, but not to the point that I feel I am going to slip.
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I was afraid the steps would be too easy and I had a great surprise! The level of complexity is great even for Zumba addicts like me. And for people who never did Zumba, the Step by Step and Activate Dvds are just perfect. You can start off with these ones and when you are ready you can move on to the other classes. And you can choose to have verbal cues or not wich is very useful to learn the choreographies and not annoying once you know the steps.
The songs are pretty good but don't wait too long to buy this kit because the music will soon become outdated. I saw a brand new set online, the Zumba incredible results wich have more up to date music. I'll probably buy this one too. All in all, it's a great set. Wish I bought the 7 Dvds set tough, because I don't really use de Step by Step and Activate since they are more for beginners.
I tried to contact Zumba Fitness but that was a lesson in frustration as well. I did finally send an e-mail out but as of yet had not had a reply although they did acknowledge my e-mail.