Dance : Bollywood/Western

In the past few years, Zumba has emerged as a popular form of physical fitness activity. After all, who doesn’t groove and enjoy a feel-happy workout on upbeat music? It is so much fun! Hence, it is not surprising that even young children and teens have taken a strong liking to Zumba.

Zumba typically involves aerobics and interval training that encourages participants to move to slow and fast rhythms through easy-to-follow and do dance steps.

Here are some reasons why you should consider a Zumba class for your children:

  1. Improves Fitness

A typical Zumba session lasts for 30-60 minutes and keeps the participants constantly on their toes. It is a great form of exercise which can aid in your child’s physical development by building their stamina and endurance level.

  1. Makes Them Feel Comfortable with Their Body

Children go through phases where they feel conscious or awkward with their bodies. This is the right time to introduce Zumba to them.  It is a full-body workout which will require your child to move every part of the body in rhythm and coordination. This will help your child to become confident about their body and love it.

  1. Supports Emotional Health

If your children tend to accumulate a lot of stress, anger, frustration, sadness or any other negative emotion, Zumba can help them vent it out. Zumba reduces stress, enhances mood and helps to deal with anxiety in a safe environment.

  1. Encourages Socialization and Team Work

Zumba is a group activity. It requires your children to work in synchronization with others and be part of the teamwork. It is also a good way for them to make new friends and build trust with other people.

  1. Improves Relationships

Your entire family can enrol together for Zumba classes. This will be super fun for all of you to spend quality time together over fun and fitness.

Zumba classes are nothing less than a party because of lively music beats and cheerful dance moves. Your children will surely love this form of exercise!

About Prabha Kulkarni

Prabha is a retired teacher, who enjoys writing on various topics. Most of her current writing is currently influenced by her young grand-daughters, as she grapples with the differences in the world they will grow up in, and the one in which she spent the best years of her life. Prabha is also a proud technophile who plans to start her blog soon.


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