November 29, 2012

Gift Idea - Zumba Fitness Core

Besides movies and family play time, we also use our game systems for serious exercise.

Gift Idea - Zumba Fitness Core the Xbox Kinect or Wii gaming Systems



My husband and I have played a couple of the Zumba games, and we've enjoyed all of them.  So far they've all had fun music and engaging choreography.  Zumba Fitness Core is a little different in that it is the first video game in the Zumba line that focuses strictly on the abs.

About -PARTY YOUR ABS OFF™ in Zumba® Fitness Core as celebrity Zumba® instructors guide you through routines set to a range of current chart-topping hits, era classics, exclusive re-records and genre-blending fusion tracks that together with new Zumba® original songs, deliver 33 dance styles—the most diverse range included in any Zumba® Fitness video game to date. Choose from 45 different pre-set classes or customize your workout to suit your specific preferences. New fitness features include both nutrition and lifestyle tips, plus personal and community goals you can work toward to keep motivated. With multiplayer support for up to four players on Wii™ and two on Kinect for Xbox 360, players can throw a dance-fitness party in their living room.


We have the XBox Version, and we have quite a bit of fun doing it for our nightly exercise routine.  We usually stick to the low and medium intensity songs because we're not that in shape.  The other day our girls tried the high intensity swing and it didn't look too bad so we thought we would give it a try.  I'm not going to lie, it was rough.  It was crazy fast, and it completely wiped us out.  It was fun, but we'll put that one on the side burner for a few more weeks.

To Buy - Zumba Fitness Core retails for $39.99 and can be purchased at retailers nationwide.

We've played both the wii and XBox version of a Zumba game, and I have to say that they are both fun.  The main difference is that with the Wii version, you have to wear a belt around your hips and with the Xbox you need the kinect.  The kinect version is my favorite  because its fun to watch the avatar mimic my movement, and its easier to tell when I'm off.  Love them both though.


I received a product to review from the above company or their PR Agency. Opinions expressed in this post are strictly my own - I was not influenced in any way. I received no monetary compensation for this post. 



1 comment:

Courtney B said...

now THIS is a video game i would love to play! thanks for sharing!