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Zumba in Steventon

WEDNESDAY 8 - 8.45pm


Steventon Village Hall

If you like dancing, you’ll love Zumba! Each class burns hundreds of calories and tones up the whole body but the best thing is, it’s so fun you’ll forget you’re exercising at all!

Zumba is a popular form of exercise that combines dance moves with fitness elements, such as cardio and strength training. Here are some of the potential benefits of Zumba:

  1. Burns calories: Zumba is a high-energy workout that can burn a lot of calories in a short amount of time. This can help with weight loss and overall fitness.

  2. Improves cardiovascular health: Zumba is a cardio workout that can improve heart health by increasing heart rate and blood flow.

  3. Enhances coordination: Zumba involves a lot of dance moves that require coordination between the upper and lower body, which can improve overall coordination and balance.

  4. Reduces stress: Like other forms of exercise, Zumba can release endorphins, which can reduce stress and improve mood.

  5. Social benefits: Zumba is often done in a group setting, which can provide social benefits such as making new friends, building a support network, and increasing motivation to exercise.

  6. Low-impact option: Zumba can be a good low-impact option for people with joint pain or other physical limitations, as it is less stressful on the joints than some other forms of exercise.

Overall, Zumba can be a fun and effective way to improve fitness and overall health.

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By participating in this exercise or exercise programme, you are declaring yourself to be physically sound and suffering from no impairment, disease or infirmity or other illness that would prevent your participation in live streamed fitness classes or activities. You should understand that when participating in any exercise or exercise program, there is the possibility of physical injury. If you are unsure about your suitability for this exercise, please refer to your GP. You hereby assume all responsibility for your participation and activities.

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