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In 2001 Perez moved to the United States and began teaching Zumba®, and ever since, Zumba has been gaining in popularity. According to the Zumba website, fourteen million participants in 185 countries are doing Zumba. In 2012 Zumba Fitness was named Inc. magazine’s Company of the Year. Two other hot trends of recent years are P90X and Insanity, both products of the Beachbody Fitness Company. P90X was created by Tony Horton and released in 2004. Insanity was created by Shaun T and released in 2009.

Richard Simmons releases his first video, Sweatin’ to the Oldies. TV infomercials begin selling fitness programs and products. Cable Health Club begins. Billy Blanks’s Tae-Bo is released. Alberto Perez begins the Zumba fitness program in the United States. P90X is released. Dancing with the Stars Cardio Fit video is released. Wii Fit is released. iPump 20 sends the first workout clips to cell phones. First Lady Michelle Obama inaugurates the Let’s Move campaign. Jane Fonda releases the first of her Prime Time videos.

Ask yourself if you have the discipline to do a workout by yourself or if you need the support of a group or trainer. Some things to consider are cost, equipment needed, and time. After you have an idea of the type of program you would like, look on the Internet to see what’s available. The Internet is also a good source to find the price of home videos and equipment, and it will give you endless options and information to help you choose the program that is right for you. You can also call local gyms in your area to see if they offer the type of program that you are interested in.

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