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Zumba Dance to Weight Loss

Sunday, June 9, 2013
Zumba’s wellness and exercise fad is practically brand new and it is now taking Australia by storm . This Zumba dance workout was introduced by Alberto "Beto" Perez, a renowned dancer and choreographer of Shakira, back in the 90's , he has accidentally uncovered that Latin-inspired dance can actually go with any live tempo music .

Beto's unearthing of Zumba was strictly unintentional when Beto has actually forgotten to bring the music for the aerobics class he was teaching . Nevertheless , “the show must go on” and he used the tapes that were inside his bag during the time , which were Latin salsa and merengue music.

He purely improvised the exercise routines that would go with the Latin salsa and merengue music he has in his bag and the people in the aerobics class joined the fun and lively brand new exercise routine Beto improvised . Soon enough, Beto’s new Zumba class became the most sought after Latin-inspired exercise in the gym he was employed at. And the rest was history.

Movie Review: "Fast & Furious 6"

Rating: PG-13

Length: 130 minutes

Release Date: May 24, 2013

Directed by: Justin Lin

Genre: Action/Crime/Thriller

Stars: 3.5 out of 5

The "Fast & Furious" franchise has always been kind enough to its audience to keep things simple, without a bunch of metaphor or undue complexity. The makers of these films seem to be fully aware the viewing public doesn't sit down in the proverbial air-conditioned theater for a summer action thriller and expect to see a thought-provoking meditation on the transient nature of joy, starring Meryl Streep. No, the "Fast & Furious 6" audience has a certain picture in mind before buying the ticket, and director Justin Lin does what he can to live up to it.

It certainly can't be said that "Fast & Furious 6" lets down the fans of the franchise. Indeed, this installment brings the story arc of the last five movies around to something resembling closure. Having secured $100 million and toppled a criminal empire, Dom (Vin Diesel) and his crew are living in exile abroad. Unfortunately, yet another criminal enterprise-this one specializing in highly skilled mercenary stunt drivers-threatens everything. Only by reuniting the old gang and setting ablaze the macadam roads of London can the crew defeat the menace and secure the pardons they'll need to settle down at last.