Ditch the Workout...Join the Party!

What is a Zumba fitness class like? It's a very exciting dance party atmosphere full of Latin and international music. You'll forget you're working out with the sexy but simple moves to dance music like Cha Cha, Salsa, reggaeton, rumba and more. Best of all, you don't need any previous dance experience!

It's fun and effective, using interval training combining fast and slow rhythms for an effective aerobic workout while at the same time targetting your legs, abs, glutes and arms.

The workout is basically watch and follow. The moves are repeated often enough for you to catch on and they're not complicated. The routines are repeated week after week with additions every now and then to spice things up even more!

According to the Zumba website, "Zumba combines high energy and motivating music with unique moves and combinations that allow the Zumba participants to dance away their worries. It is based on the principle that a workout should be 'FUN AND EASY TO DO' in order for Zumba participants to stick to the Zumba fitness program to achieve long-term health benefits. Zumba is not only great for the body, but it is also great for the mind. It is a 'feel happy' workout."

Zumba is very infectious and is definitely the latest, most exciting fitness sensation! What a fun way to workout to lose weight or just become a healthier new you - you'll love the results. Be sure to bring your family and friends to be a part of the Zumba Fitness party! Check out the Zumba website here for more info: http://www.zumba.com/. Happy Zumba-ing :-)

Zumba with Heather: http://www.energiezumba.com

Things I'm doing to promote my Zumba classes

I have a bunch of tri-fold brochures that I have available at my demos. These brochures will also be added to Publisacs the third week of August to advertise my classes that start September 10th. The price is $51/1000 which is not bad. Then I have these really cool posters I put together which have little tabs at the bottom for any interested party to tear-off. I will put the posters up in our little grocery store, two video stores, a craft store and a restaurant as well as maybe other stores in the little village of Saint-Anicet (I'll take a bike ride with my posters around the end of August to see where else I can ask 'in town' to put up my posters). I've also been considering either adding brochures to The Gleaner, our local paper, or paying for an add - I'll see which is less expensive.

That's about it for now!


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