Summary: Being a beginner (in fitness and zumba), I have started doing the tutorial section to learn the moves and I'm sore the next day. I'm really excited to start the actual classes once I learn the moves, the music is really catchy and just the tutorial part is pretty fun.
Summary: It is fun to use this as an exercise workout. The moves are easy to master and I can do them for extended periods of time. I would have liked the first version but couldn't find it, so I felt a little behind when starting this version but caught on quickly. This comes highly recommended, no matter your size.
Summary: Everyone in the family loves this one and the Dance game. I'd probably pick up a Dance title before the Zumba because the songs will be a little more familiar and they are gently censored on behalf of the kids that might be playing. Still, Zumba is a lot of fun and a great way to burn up some calories in your living room. There are some helpful instructions for learning the moves that you can walk through before you take on a routine.
Summary: This version of zumba fitness goes way beyond the first version. The instructors are more life like, there are more choices for styles and music, and it totally works your butt off! I paid less than $20.00 for this "game" at Walmart and it is listed at $39.99 at Target and other stores. Buy it here. Oh yes, it also comes with the belt to hold the control. But it does tend to need adjusting at times.
Summary: I've never felt compelled to write a review for a product before and let me tell you, if you need to add exercise, this is a total blast! Like most people, I would get pretty motivated to exercise for a few days/weeks and then life would get in the way and I'd fall off the exercise wagon. I was bored with the treadmill and gaining weight from eating too much. I have tried many of the Just Dance Wii games and thought they were fun so I thought I'd try Zumba.