So, I am used to being active.
In Maracaibo it was easy because everyone loves to dance, do aerobics, step, swim, play tennis, etc...
I was in the best shape there since my dancing days.
Then came Brasil and well...I slacked off some. Though the gyms were beautiful and new, the classes they offered were boringly slow for me, the pool was only allowed to be used for free swims one hour a day (which happened to be the hours I picked my children up from school) and they were incredibly expensive. So, I still played tennis, swam occasionally at the outdoor pool (when it wasn't raining, or cold, or crowded), and my level of fitness dropped some.
Now to the present day here in Atyrau. The camp has a good facility with tennis courts and swimming pool, a gym with dance floor. I still play tennis and do a little bit of weights with the ladies, but now I have found
I love the songs, the movement and the fun that Zumba brings to exercise.
Try it out at a location near you...or buy the DVD set and enjoy it at your own pace.
The fun of dancing for exercise though, in my opinion, is to share it with your friends!