Recently, both artists linked up with choreographer Alberto "Beto" Perez and contributed to his Latin dance-inspired Zumba fitness program. Zumba was conceived by the Colombia-born Perez in the s using dance to promote physical health. Combining musical elements like hip-hop, samba, salsa, meringue, mambo and even a bit of belly dancing, Perez's program has grown into one of the hottest fitness crazes in gyms across the world. The Fugees producer partnered up with Zumba, and now his single "Historia" has been included as an official Zumba track that instructors use to teach their classes fitness through choreography. Pitbull's "Pause," a track from his recently released album Planet Pit, is also part of the Zumba playlist.
Pitbull Zumba Videos
Creaters Zumba Fitness is now leveraging their use of upbeat dance music to create a music marketing platform that recently kicked off with the promotion of Pitbull's single Pause. Promotions include a presence on their website and an exercise video starring Beto, the creator of Zumba. While this is a smart move for both Zumba Fitness and for Pitbull, it also suggests the potential for exercise classes as a marketing opportunity on a smaller scale as well. If you've missed out on the Zumba phenomenon, you can get a taste of its upbeat flavor via the Zumba Fitness video for Pitbull's Pause , a single off his upcoming album, Planet Pit.
Convention Center. Hip-hop and fitness might not seem immediately compatible, and Pitbull and Lil Jon aren't quite LL chiseled. But that didn't stop them from performing before freaking Zumba fitness buffs at the Convention Center on Friday. Just what exactly is Zumba? It's a fitness dance craze started by someone called Beto Perez. But even though I sweated along with everyone, I still can't tell you much more than that.
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