Good for relatively in shape people who like Latino music
24 February 2015
Excerpt: I was really excited to get this in the mail, but the excitement faded quickly when I started to play. Full disclosure: I AM out of shape, which is why I purchased it, and it was so fast that I was only able to successfully complete the easiest song.
Summary: I wrote a review a couple of weeks ago, but felt I needed to update. This Zumba game is kicking my butt! The last few weeks I had actually gained a few pounds, but my clothes are getting looser and looser! I'm only doing it 3 times a week, but I have definately seen results. And after only a month.
Summary: After 1 month of following the diet (mostly) and about 200 minutes a week of Zumba I lost 10 pounds and 2 dress sizes. I was worried about an exercise program as I'm 51 and have had back surgery, but Zumba has been less stressful than my old weight training or elliptical program.
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.
Summary: Even though the game's interface is an improvement from Zumba Fitness 1, the choice of songs is a major disappointment. I currently have Zumba Fitness 1, Zumba Fitness 2, Just Dance 3 and Just Dance 4 and even though I love the latin movements, I'd rather play Just Dance due to the choice of songs...
Summary: I've been using this game for more than a month and it really gives a great workout. Its the most intense calorie burn of the Wii games I've tried (Gold's Gym, Wii Fit and EA Sports Active - all 3 editions.)
Summary: I have been meaning to workout on a regular basis. I looked into getting gym memberships but with the cost, knew it wasn't worth it for me, since I'm self-conscious. I decided to go the video game and home workout route. I bought some home workout dvd's, but again, got tired of them after a while.
Summary: I expected the dancers to be like the Just Dance characters... based on real humans. Since there is a real woman on the cover, I didn't expect the kinda creepy looking avatars. I also have the DVDs of the real dancers and can see the resemblance to them.