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FITNESS CRAZE: Chair Zumba to meet all needs

August 21, 2014

Angie Horner, licensed instructor, leads a Chair Zumba class, which is an adaptation of traditional Zumba groups. Participants stay seated in a chair during the workout, giving those with physical limitations an opportunity for fitness.

COLUMBIA CITY — A popular fitness option has been adapted to accommodate those with physical limitations. Zumba, a high-energy workout that combines dance with aerobics, has become a “fun” way to reduce weight and increase fitness.

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