Zumba's high-energy workout can lead to injuries for beginners

07/11/2011 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

Zumba has been growing in popularity as an aerobic workout, but fitness experts say classes can be large and led by instructors with limited experience, which could raise a beginner's risk of injury. People should consult a physician before they join a class, select the right shoes, look for a certified instructor and do warm-ups before beginning a routine.

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