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Zumba classes in Lodi attract professional dancers, casual exercisers

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Posted: Wednesday, February 23, 2011 12:00 am

As the 60-by-30-foot dance floor at Troupe Cabana Studio rumbles to the rhythmic bass of Latin music, instructor Nicole Howton guides the class of more than 50 people through its latest Zumba lesson.

The fitness regimen is a fusion of lively music and dance that aims to make exercise fun. Each class lasts an hour and features several types of dance steps like merengue, cumbia and salsa, set to Latin music. The exercise is easy on the joints, excellent for cardiovascular health and suitable for a wide variety of ages, Howton said.

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