Zumba Classes

Whether you're looking for a fun way to stay active, want to improve your cardiovascular fitness, or enjoy dancing to lively music, Zumba classes can be an enjoyable and effective option.

Live Course

Live Class: Monday, 22 Jan

Duration: 24 Hours

Enrolled: 0

Offered by: infyni

Live Course
₹15000 50% off


About Course

Zumba is a popular dance fitness program that combines elements of dance and aerobics with various international music styles. Zumba classes are typically energetic, fun, and designed to provide a full-body workout while incorporating dance movements.

  1. Music Styles:

    • Zumba classes feature a mix of music genres, including Latin rhythms (salsa, merengue, cumbia), hip-hop, reggaeton, pop, and more. The music is chosen to create a dynamic and engaging atmosphere.
  2. Dance Movements:

    • Zumba incorporates a variety of dance styles and movements. Participants perform choreographed dance routines that include steps from various genres. The emphasis is on enjoying the music and having fun while getting a good workout.
  3. Cardiovascular Exercise:

    • Zumba is known for its cardiovascular benefits. The dance routines are designed to elevate the heart rate, improve endurance, and burn calories. It provides an effective cardiovascular workout in a dance party-like setting.
  4. Full-Body Workout:

    • Zumba engages various muscle groups, offering a full-body workout. The dance movements target the core, legs, arms, and cardiovascular system, helping to improve overall fitness and flexibility.

Skills You Will Gain

Fitness and Weight Management Stress Relief Social Interaction Improved Coordination and Balance Cardiovascular Exercise

Course Offerings

  • Instructor-led interactive classes
  • Clarify your doubts during class
  • Access recordings of the class
  • Attend on mobile or tablet
  • Live projects to practice
  • Case studies to learn from
  • Lifetime mentorship support
  • Industry specific curriculum
  • Certificate of completion
  • Employability opportunity
  • Topics
  • Instructor (1)
  • The warm-up gradually increases your heart rate and prepares your

    muscles for the workout. It often includes low-impact movements like

    marching, arm circles, and leg swings.

  • This is the main part of the class, where you will dance to a variety of Latin and international rhythms. The choreography will vary depending on the music, but it will typically include basic steps.
  • The cool-down gradually slows your heart rate and stretches your muscles. It often includes gentle movements like walking, static stretches, and breathing exercises.
  • ? Warm-up: 5 minutes of low-impact cardio and stretches ? Cardio: 30 minutes of basic Zumba steps set to Latin and international music ? Cool-down: 5 minutes of gentle stretches and breathing exercises
  • ? Warm-up: 5 minutes of moderate-intensity cardio and stretches ? Cardio: 35 minutes of Zumba steps with more complex choreography ? Cool-down: 5 minutes of static stretches and breathing exercises
  • ? Warm-up: 5 minutes of high-intensity cardio and stretches ? Cardio: 40 minutes of Zumba steps with advanced footwork and turns ? Cool-down: 5 minutes of yoga-inspired stretches and breathing exercises
  • ? Review and practice of all the steps learned in the previous weeks ? Cool-down and party!
  • ? Fuel Up: Eat a healthy meal or snack about 1-2 hours before your workout to provide energy. ? Hydrate: Drink plenty of water throughout the day, especially before, during, and after your workout.
  • ? Hydrate Again: Replenish lost fluids by drinking plenty of water. ? Refuel: Eat a protein-rich snack or meal within 30 minutes to aid muscle recovery.