But first, I have to declare that I may be prejudiced. I heard a lot of (mostly negative) opinions about ZIN 37 long before I started to worry whether my own copy was lost in transit. Which seems to be the case. Finally, when the MegaMix 28 arrived, I sent a note to Zumba Home Office and, to their credit, they sent me a replacement copy pronto. After watching it, I almost regretted troubling them. It was so not worth waiting for.
Remember the worst ZIN MegaMix you ever heard? I promise, music-wise ZIN 37 is even worse. The live class in Frankfurt is... to say “disappointing” would be an understatement. The dance routines feature a lot of clapping, apparently designed both to work the class into frenzy and enliven the dull choreography. When Tanya and Gina appear together on the stage, the choreo does not seem to be well coordinated between the two. It is embarrassing to listen, embarrassing to watch. It must be embarrassing squared to dance to it — not that I tried. How does it feel to teach this?
One-on-one class with Lindsey Taylor is more watchable (as far as the annoying distorted-honeycomb background allows) and the choreo looks more interesting. But it cannot save the sheer awfulness of the music.
- If You Wanna Dance — Techno Cumbia ◊
- Hasta Que Se Rompa el Cuero — Salsa *
- La Bomba — Merengue / Techno Cumbia ◊
- In a Search — Reggaeton — by Obie P
- Mr. Saxobeat — Eurodance *
- Vino Tinto — Rumba Flamenca / Pop
- Sexy Movimiento — Electronic / Reggaeton *
- Asi Te Quiero Ver — Merengue — by Fulanito
- Quiebra — Quebradita ◊
◊ Zumba Fitness originals