Zumba is a fitness program created in 1986 by Colombian choreographer Alberto Perez. It incorporates a dance and aerobic elements. The sessions last about an hour and are performed by licensed instructors. The exercises include very slow music and fast rhythm.
There are eight subspecies of Zumba depending on age and the strain of exercises. One of the most important benefits is to improve your cardiovascular system. When the work of this system is weakened, you may experience symptoms of weakness, difficulty in breathing, fatigue and inability to perform everyday activities.
Despite these symptoms, weakened cardiovascular system can cause heart attack and even death. Studies have shown that one of the best ways to improve the heart’s performance of physical activities such as walking and swimming it’s also Zumba.
Another benefit that offers this technique is burning calories i.e. weight loss
As set out above, Zumba is a form of cardiovascular exercise; and surveys have confirmed that participation in this type of exercise is the best way to lose weight. An average person one hour actively exercises to lose 600 to 1000 calories.
This technique is a great way to release internal obstacles, so it provides the opportunity to fully surrender ourselves. Some people who regularly deal with Zumba say itself is even better than the treatment. This dynamic dance that causes the secretion of endorphin helps care to completely disappear.
The production of endorphin, responsible for our improved mood after one hour of training is wide spread throughout our bloodstream.
Also, people who suffer from depression are often encouraged to participate in physical activity; in order to relieve this type of hormones that play a role in improving mood, self-esteem and building a positive self-image.
For the release of these hormones in large quantities it is necessary to practice exercises that serve to improve the cardiovascular system so that Zumba is a great choice.