Dancing to the rhythm of salsa, flamenco, and merengue, it feels more like a ball than exercise, which is why Zumba is so popular. Latin style dance training is one of the most popular team sports courses in the world. The high-energy course is set up for cheerful music and provides carefully choreographed dance music that you can see in the nightclub. You don't need to be a great dancer to be welcomed in Zumba classes. With the motto "Forget exercise, join the party", the course emphasizes moving with the beat of the music and having a good time without the need for a beat. There are several different types of Zumba courses, from Aqua Zumba exercises to courses like Zumba Toning, which combine extra calorie burning and weight for strength training. There are even Zumba classes for kids. Exercise and sweating during the 60-minute session burned an average of 369 calories more than aerobic taekwondo or aerobic exercise. You will get a good aerobic exercise, which can melt fat, strengthen your core, and improve flexibility.
Mountain Pose (Tadasana)
Squat every time you sit or stand, but don't take this exercise for granted. You can exercise the muscles of the legs and buttocks, which are the most powerful muscle groups in the body.
Raised Arms Pose:
Inhale and raise your arms above your head. The raised arm pose is your basic stretch in the morning, but be careful to maintain the good alignment that you have established in the mountain pose. Keep your heels on the ground and keep your shoulders away from your ears as you stretch your fingertips upward. Your eyes may move toward your hands, your hands may be shoulder-width apart, or your palms may touch.
Standing Forward Bend (Uttanasana):
Exhale and fold over your legs into a forward bend. If the hamstrings feel a little tight at first, bend the knees so that you can release your spine. Let the head hang heavy. Keep the legs gently bent with feet hip-width apart for better stability (you can straighten the legs, but it is not necessary). You can clasp opposite elbows with opposite hands while swaying gently side to side.