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Zumba is an exercise fitness program created by Colombian dancer and choreographer Alberto "Beto" Perez during the 1990s. Zumba is a trademark owned by Zumba Fitness, LLC. The Brazilian pop singer Claudia Leitte has become the international ambassador to Zumba Fitness.

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This shows the type of music Zumba usually involves and some of their basic dance moves.

Contributed by Melanie Haymes

Zumba fitness is such a great way to get involved with the fitness community. Once you start dancing, you won't want to stop. Then the results will come in and you'll begin to want to be healthier all around.

Contributed by Falon Mei

Zumba fundriasers happen almost every week for every kind of cause and organization! Get in touch with your local Zumba instructor for more details on how you can throw your own fundraiser!

Contributed by Falon Mei

What a Zumba party looks like!

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Here's my Zumba site to check out local classes and other Zumba events!

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Zumba party fundraiser for the Red Cross helping the victims of Hurricane Sandy! Falon, Kat, and a friend.

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This is a video showing Zumba dance.

Contributed by Jessica Drout

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