Are you becoming bored with the treadmills, ellipticals and free weights? Are you looking for a new and exciting way to get in shape? Zumba Fitness blends red hot dance steps from around the globe with Latin music to create a fun fitness dance party right in your home. Featuring fan-favorite instructors, dozens of different Zumba routines, nine dance styles and a variety of locations, Zumba Fitness gets you in shape while helping you forget you're even exercising.
The Zumba Fitness experience comes right into your living room with the first interactive game based on the popular brand. Learn more than 30 different Zumba routines with fan-favorite instructors Tanya and Gina, as well as Zumba's creator, Beto. Move and groove to nine different dance styles, including Merengue, Salsa, Cumbia, Hip-Hop and more. Learn the basics in the Zumba gym, then take the party to night clubs, rooftops, a factory and even into a stadium for exciting dance workouts. Track your movements on screen with the included Zumba belt that allows you to transform your Wii Remote into a hip-motion sensor. Follow the fun-filled routines with up to three other friends as you bring an exciting dance party home.
Bring the Zumba Fitness experience into your home
Follow along with fan-favorite Zumba instructors Tanya and Gina as well as Zumba's creator, Beto
Dance and groove to more than 30 different Zumba routines including some that are exclusive to the game
Move to the music with nine different dance styles, including Reggaeton, Merengue, Salsa, Cumbia, Hip-Hop, Mambo, Rumba, Flamenco and Calypso
Step into a high-voltage party atmosphere as you follow your on-screen instructor's routine, and watch as the scene around you transforms in exciting new ways
Strap the Zumba belt to your waist and unleash the power of the Wii Remote as a hip-motion sensor to track your movements (Wii Remote not included)
Pick up the basic steps in the Zumba gym and then move the party to an exciting fantasy night club, an industrial factory, a skyscraper rooftop and a futuristic Zumbathon stadium
Find the beat and dance your heart out with routines for all skill levels from "Learn the Steps" training to Advanced
Includes Wii Remote belt
For 1 to 4 players
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