Advantages and disadvantages of zumba.

Zumba is a fitness program that combines Latin and international music with dance moves. Zumba incorporates interval training, alternating fast and slow rhythms and involves athletic moves to help improve cardiovascular fitness. It is a fun, high-energy workout activity that keeps you excited throughout.
Besides the persistence for core strengthening, Zumba has a few drawbacks. Let’s know the pros and cons of practicing Zumba.

>Epitome of cardio-Studies have shown that Zumba can build your endurance and improve overall physical fitness.

>Helps lose weight- Since zumba is a powerful exercise, it is an effective way to help lose weight.

>Aids heart health- The moves practiced in zumba help maintain good cardiovascular respiratory system.

>Improves coordination- In zumba, our hands and legs may move in different directions at a time. Zumba can be helpful in improving coordination and empowers you to be happy in your own body.

>Makes you happy- Exercising releases endorphins, which triggers positive and happy thoughts.

>Increases stamina- Continuous effort and energy outgo results in increased body resistance.

>May cause injury- High energy aerobics can get you carried away resulting in pulled muscle or strained limb or even twisted ankle.

>Doesn’t promote weight training- Zumba can help build endurance and burn calories but, doesn’t incorporate weights. Therefore, if somebody wants to tone their arm and body, zumba won’t be of any help.

>Memorizing steps can be difficult- Any dance style needs coordination and a bit of rhythm. It may not be easy for everyone to remember the steps, especially during fast pace.

>Rerun may lead to boredom- Sometimes when you keep on practicing the same moves every day, there is a chance that you may get bored and lack motivation until something new comes up.