Zumba Fitness 2 comes out this November with over 30 Dance Hits

Majesco Entertainment Co. is teaming up with Zumba Fitness LLC to release “Zumba Fitness 2”, a follow-up to their best selling dance fitness video game “Zumba Fitness” for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 (PS3) and Nintendo Wii. The game will be released on the Wii in November 2011, and no specific release date has been announced yet for the other platforms.

According to Majesco’s press release Zumba Fitness 2 video game will feature more than 30 new dance music tracks, exciting choreography and a wide range of new dance styles. Zumba Fitness 2 songs list will include "Pause" by Pitbull, "Poison," by Nicole Scherzinger and "We No Speak Americano" by Yolanda Be Cool & DCup.

Zumba is a fitness passion founded by artist Beto back in the late 90s and it rapidly became popular around the world. Zumba training lessons are given over 90,000 fitness centers internationally, and millions of people have tried it. It is a straightforward notion. Regular aerobics workout turns into repetitive and old. But with Zumba you can become skilled at Latin dance moves, have fun, and gain just as firm a workout.

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Zumba Fitness is an amazing video game if you are searching for a manner to exercise and have fun simultaneously. If you have ever taken a dance lesson in your life, then you will be capable of picking up the Zumba moves and get into the rhythm quite easily. If you are searching for an exercise where the trainer is going to teach you through every move and capable of have them down prior to changing on to the next pace, this is not your best selection. The on screen instructors Beto, Tanya Beardsley and Gina Grant will do the base of the step gradually a few times to give you moment to get the step, then pick it up to rhythm and may adjoin arms or additional hip movement, you just have to learn to foresee and look for the non-verbal signs on screen and in time you will pick it up.

My suggestion would be that if you haven't learned Zumba yet, you most likely won't master it from this game. In that case your best choice is still to get a proper training from instructors who can provide you real feedback. Besides, just as with the video game Just Dance, you require to place your expectations correctly as it will not seize your movements 100 percent. Then again, if you're a passionate Zumba dancer, this game will certainly help you sharpen your talents and get you in shape.

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