A lot of people ask me where I get my choreography for Zumba class, and there is no one answer. I get a lot of inspiration for choreography from other instructors either by visiting their class or on the internet, from pop culture music videos, people dancing in the club and from ZIN DVD’s that I get from being a member of the Zumba Instructor Network. I take what I love from other people and make it my own.
I LOVE when a ZIN arrives in the mail, especially when it’s done by one of my favorite ZES, like Tanya B, Gina or George. It’s always neat to see how music inspires people to move in different ways. I was impressed with the newest ZIN and loved seeing a new Zumba Education Specialist host. Stephanie was AWESOME! She was easy to follow and have fun simple choreography.
Look for my personal interpretation of some of the newest ZIN 29 songs in class soon! Some of my favorites include:
Tu Amor Me Hace Bien by Marc Anthony Beto’s Choreo with a touch of Sara
Mueve la Cadera by Zumba Fitness (Move Your Hips) * Undecided, but it will premier soon!
Vete by Los Primeros Mostly Stephanie with a touch of Beto and Sara
Playlist from BRC 10/26:
Thriller – Michael Jackson Warm Up
Shake & Pop (Radio Edit)- Green Velvet featuring Walter Phillips Warm Up
Press It Up- Sean Paul Toning Warm Up
Arranca En Fa- Limite 21 Merengue
Tu Amor Me Hace Bien – Marc Anthony Salsa
Fuego- Kumbia Kings Cumbia
Candyman - Christina Aguilera Swing
I Put a Spell On You- Natacha Atlas Belly Dance
Tic Tic Tac- Generation Latina Samba
Jamaican Cumbia- Bachaco Cumbia
Crazy Little Thing Called Love- Brian Setzer Orchestra Swing
Vete- Los Primeros Techno Merengue
Mi Puerto Rico- Adventura Bachata/ Salsa
Mas Maiz- N.O.R.E. Reggaeton/ Bachata
Jump In the Line- The Hit Crew Calypso
Day O- Harry Belafonte Cool Down
I have to go out of town for a work meeting, so I won’t be back in class until next Monday! In the mean time, be sure to secure your spot in Booty Boot Camp!