|Really does happen|
The music is the awesomest
your head completely.
Your ears ring with it hours after the session is
over. No matter where you hear it even though you’re rooted to the chair or the ground
(yeah we‘re talking self-conscious non dancers here) you’re dancing in your
head every bit as well as your instructor does.
You make the coolest friends
that’s one of the most delightful outcomes. I mean how can you not bond with
people with whom you’re making a fool of yourself, each day for an hour? It’s
a partners-in-crime kind of bonding - the strongest kind.
It’s liberating ...
..to not have to worry
about who’s thinking what and about who’s watching. (Everyone’s too busy
getting their steps right, anyway). Only my two-left footed friends will fully appreciate how wonderful this feels. Nowhere else in the world would I try the stuff I do in that Zumba room. Okay.. maybe ‘try to do’ would be more
accurate but what the heck! it doesn’t really matter.
|I totally adore this one.|
'Accidental solos' :-)
I do a lot of those.
It’s a no-pressure fun thing
This is no treadmill-
crosstrainer routine so it’s not a predictable, same-same everyday kind of thing. It’s a new day everyday. And it's not a dance either so there's no ONE PERFECT way to do it.
You collect endorphins for the whole
– that happy hormone that causes euphoria and tides you through stress.
Wiki tells me that exercising releases endorphins. It adds that smiling, eating
and gossipping also ‘do the trick’. Well Zumba takes care of the smiling bit (we
do a lot of that, I might add) and gossipping in the dance breaks is the norm.
Now if only I could grab a bite of chocolate along, life would so be complete.
Your stamina goes up like crazy
you can stay moving on your feet for one full hour – not just moving moving but
jumping, bending, lunging - well that’s stamina, right?
You might actually lose weight
that’s such a side effect - a desirable one - but a side effect nonetheless.
Linking to Write Tribe's super initiative '7 days of rediscovering your blogging grove' where we blog seven days in a row according to a format. Today we had to do a list and you just read mine. The idea is inspired by Darren Rowse. Go read other fun checklists at the Write Tribe blog.
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