Zumba, a hybrid of aerobics and Latin dance, is raising center rates and social recognition at an aerobics class in your area. Zumba was launched to the U.S. 90s by Colombian fitness trainer Beto Perez and is now marketed as Zumba Fitness. Classes are showing up all around the Tri-State, with offerings at YMCAs in Chambersburg and Hagerstown, Pa., and at South Pointe Fitness Club, western world of Funkstown.
Local fitness coaches and participants say it’s an indicator of progress, that the community is becoming more diverse. Sonia Reyes, a native of Colombia, who’s fitness director at the YMCA of Hagerstown. Zumba combines elements of salsa, merengue, cumbia, bachata, hip-hop and reggaeton. While there are some elements of weight training, it’s intended to function as an organization dance aerobics class. Reyes says she’s seen a few of the class participants – people who didn’t know much about Latin dance or music before Zumba – test their skills outside of class when a downtown night membership hosted a salsa night time. Niki Perini, creative director of Authentic Community Theatre, attends the Hagerstown Y’s Zumba class. She found out about the class after friends recommended it to her.
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