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Annette A.
Clayton, NC
56 reviews

I am 56, overweight and have Rumatoid Arthritis. I was wondering if there is a slower version than lets you gradually move up in speed?

Victoria R.
Victoria R.
2 years, 9 months ago
You change Zumba to fit your needs. If you can't, or don't feel comfortable doing a move you can change it. My Zumba instructor always use to say, "If you not comfortable doing an exercise don't do it. You're suppose be having fun , not feeling like you're a failure,"
tiffanie h.
tiffanie h.
Lawrenceville, GA
2 years, 9 months ago
The YMCA in my city has aquatic zumba and zumba gold.
Elise D.
Elise D.
Rome, NY
2 years, 11 months ago
The Y in my town does an aquatic Zumba that's a lot less impact.
lauren A.
lauren A.
Wallis, TX
2 years, 11 months ago
Yes they offer all types of classes! they even have zumba aquatic (which I would highly recommend for you)
Tori F.
Tori F.
Washington, DC
2 years, 11 months ago
My old gym had silversneakers zumba which was specifically catered to the older people.
Lizzy c.
Lizzy c.
3 years ago
Oh yes for sure and also some classes they specify age groups so that way you are put with people more your speed and you guys can pick up the pace together
Shay S.
Shay S.
3 years, 1 month ago
There is a class called Zumba Gold. You can find instructors in your area via the official Zumba website. It is a bit easier, with all the spice! Keep in mind, if you can't find one, you can always modify what you need to, and if you are really concerned, you can show up a little early and discuss it with the instructor. Also, the Zumba classes at Curves is only 30 minutes, so it is a really good introduction, if you are feeling a little overwhelmed. Have fun!
Laura E.
Laura E.
Vestavia, AL
3 years, 4 months ago
A lot of times if you do this workout at a gym, the instructor will show you the high impact and low impact version of the routine. You can always talk to the instructor too. All of mine have always been very approachable and willing to give suggestions and tips.
Katherine R.
Katherine R.
3 years, 4 months ago
Yes there is a workout for all different fitness levels
Mariane F.
Mariane F.
Luzerne , PA
3 years, 4 months ago
There is! A friend of mine is certified in Zumba Gold which may be exactly what you're looking for: a little bit slower and lower impact.

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