I am but I am more into a sociable type of fitness activities (the likes of Zumba, Aerodance - training that involves dancing basically). I not into running or cycling as I find that it is hard to talk to your friends when you are puffing air just to finish the track.
What about you?
Being a dancer when I was in my uni years, Zumba moves are quite manageable for me to follow. I could dance for hours and I love the sweaty wet condition I was in at the end of class. I remember when I attended a 3-hour Zumba contest session at "Perhimpunan Sejuta Belia", I was on the floor non-stop and loving every single minute of it!
p/s: Almost all pictures are courtesy of Miera and Dee. Thanks lovely people!
So, when Misz Ella invited me to join a 2 - hour Zumba session, I was all in! Without any hesitation, I agreed to the invitation.
After a short stop at Adidas MidValley (bought the compression long pants), my group (Jae Hashim and Anggerek) and I arrived just a wee bit late for the opening. There, I saw the ever friendly Dee, Misz Ella, Miera and Cindy were already busting their killer moves to the K-Pop songs!
I jumped right in and started following the Zins's steps, accompanied with some of the best K-Pop songs I have ever heard. I stopped a few times for a selfie/ wefie session with the gang before jumped back into the routine.
Work Out Studio, your Zumba Zins were amazing! I love the drama and the attitude of the Zins - it added that extra 'umph' to the dance routines! If you are looking for a fun time while working out, head on to their FB (Work Out Studio) now and book a session.
By the end of the two-hour session, I was soaking wet from head to toe and TOTALLY LOVING IT!
I learnt one thing that is most crucial about Zumba - you do as you feel like and do not care whether your moves are correct or in sync with the Zins, you are not auditioning for a Britney Spear's video clip or So You Think You Can Dance. Just enjoy the dance and be healthy!