Zumba Fitness Review

Zumba Fitness is an exercise game and program for Wii and it's addictive fun! Zumba Fitness uses the motion sensing capabilities of the Wii Remote or Wii Remote Plus controller to bring steamy, calorie-burning moves to the TV screen. In Zumba Fitness you can find some favorite Zumba instructors Tana, Gina and Beto. They will make you forget if you're doing exercise.

Zumba Fitness

Zumba Fitness Features
  • Follow your on-screen Zumba instructor’s routine in a high voltage party atmosphere. As you fine tune the steps, the stage and party transforms in dynamic new ways.
  • Dance in a range of venues: learn the basics in the Zumba gym and then take the party to a fantasy night club, an industrial factory, a skyscraper rooftop and a futuristic Zumbathon stadium.
  • Bring the Zumba Fitness experience home with you in the first interactive game based on the successful brand.
  • Learn and perfect nine different dance styles: Reggaeton, Merengue, Salsa, Cumbia, Hip-Hop, Mambo, Rumba, Flamenco and Calypso.
  • Includes more than 30 Zumba routines - some exclusive to the game.
  • Dance steps learned can be taken with you if you attend a real Zumba class or on the dance floor at your next party.
  • Includes "Learn the Steps" training, Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced routines for all skill levels.
  • Supports up to 4 players as you team up and try to earn the highest workout score as a group or play against each other in Zumba Attack! Mode for the ultimate fitness dance off.
  • Strap the Zumba belt to your waist to turn the Wii Remote into a hip motion sensor.

Zumba Fitness Review
You can read some Zumba Fitness review that written by real user of Zumba Fitness below:

Review by Nae

I've been going to Zumba classes for about 5 months once a week. I got this game and LOVED it. I was having so much fun UNTIL I got to the expert classes and I HATE them!!!!!!! I don't even sweat when I do the last expert classes, I am always lost, and the moves make me feel like a fool. I was so bummed because I was doing so well and having a blast with all the other parts of the game.

Review by Leah Carmel "Leah"

I wanted to try this game because my best friend raves about it. I found the instruction great: step-by-step, and easy to follow. The music fun and made me want to move.

My problem is the faster the steps got, the more hopping and jumping around there was. I have bad knees (BOTH surgically repaired), so all the jumping around is NOT a good idea and I couldn't see a non-hopping alternative to all the steps. If it hadn't been for my physical restriction, I would've enjoyed it completely.

If you have the ability to do the dance moves without restriction, give the game a spin! If you have bad knees, skip it.

Review by T. M. Porter "Soon To Be Fit!"

I just finished my first beginners workout. It was only 20 minutes long but man did I sweat! I am probably the least coordinated person in the world but I managed to keep up with the game.

I am horribly overweight and I am tired of buying bigger clothes, but I am also very unmotivated about working out, besides being lazy as hell. So, I need something to keep my motivated to move. With Zumba, I may have found my solution.

I had fun and even when I couldn't breath I kept moving, plus there are breaks in between each segment so you can catch your breath and drink water, which you are going to need plenty of.

I have read other reviews complaining about the graphics and what not, they don't really matter to me since I am not a serious gamer and besides this is Wii people, they are not known for razor sharp graphics.

My only problem is not with the game but with my shoes, since there are a lot of side to side moves, I noticed a bit of pain from that movement. I did some research and other people recommended getting dance shoes if you are on a bare floor or dancing in your socks if you are on carpet. From what I understand there are actually shoes made especially for Zumba, so just look them up and give them a try. But, I would try the workout first and see how you feel with whatever shoes you have or with socks, before you make another investment.

All in all, I really enjoyed playing this game, yes, I know this was my first workout and I may possibly get bored after a while, but If it keeps me motivated long enough to get the weight loss process going, that is all that matters right? Besides it may just motivate me to try other things, like trying a live class or buying the Zumba DVDs.

I have a lot of weight to lose, so as long as I keep moving and sweating, I will lose weight and I think this game is a good start. So get up and get sweating, If I can do it anyone can!

Zumba Fitness is available for Wii, Playstation 3 and Xbox 360. If you want to buy Zumba Fitness, you can buy it from here to get the Best Price!