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Thursday, August 28, 2014

Zumba Classes or Not

You know what keeps me curious these past few weeks? Whether I can survive the zumba dance classes here. I wanted to enroll but, my dilemma is too strong. I can do it but, what if I can't? Or, what if my dance moves are awkward. You know one of my lowest grades in college is not Biology, Taxation or History ... it's PE, short for Physical Education with a C grade because I can't move my body in Debbie Gibson's "Electric Youth " LOL. Awkward huh?

Anyway, I have zumba fitness dvd and tried it. I love it! I just do not know if I can do the same performance once I am in a group. The idea that I am the "weakest link" makes me chicken, LOL. Oh well, maybe I won't enroll hahaha.

1 comment:

  1. Please overcome your chicken-little fears. Believe it or not, you actually get lost in the crowd - you don't stand out. I have a couple of women in class who actually have NO body awareness and others with two left feet. They don't care!!! They laugh and move and have fun and are loving it! The other students are busy looking at the instructor and trying to keep with the program. They honestly don't have time to look at you and those who do are probably in the same boat. Go Join The Fun!!!


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