Holler if you are loving the #ZUMBAxMDCDANCE collaboration as much as we are! Millennium Dance Complex (Hollywood’s hottest dance studio) and Zumba have fused their love of movement together to inspire you to get up and shake it.
Last week we showed you a routine to funk hit ‘Get Up’, and now we’re bringing hip-hop vibes to the dance floor with Lil Jon’s pumped-up song ‘Work’. MDC Dancers Willdabeast Adams and Kenny Wormald once again meet up with Zumba fam Dahrio Wonder, Kreesha Turner, Mauricio Camargo, and Cat Chiemelu on the dance floor to make you sweat it out. Feeling inspired yet? Take it to a Zumba® class to really get your dance on.
Mauricio Camargo breaks down the steps to the ‘Work’ routine below, so you can master it in no time.
NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Void where prohibited by law. Contest runs from September 25, 2017 through October 15, 2017. You must be 18 years of age or older at the time of entry to be eligible. Employees and family members of employees of Zumba Fitness, LLC and Zumba Fitness-Europe, B.V. are not eligible. To enter, share your videos on social media, showing your favorite dance moves and include the #ZUMBAxMDCDANCE and tag @zumba. One (1) Grand Prize winner will win two (2) tickets (one room, double occupancy) aboard the 2018 Zumba® Cruise (Includes the Cruise tickets only (room to be selected by Zumba in its sole discretion) and EXCLUDES taxes, gratuities, port fees as well as any travel or other expenses incurred by the Grand Prize Winner and/or his or her guest in traveling to and from the departure point of the 2018 Zumba® Cruise). Visit www.zumba-cruise.com for details concerning the 2018 Zumba® Cruise. The winner will be randomly selected through an App called Contest Capture. Winner will be announced on October 20, 2017 via social media messaging. Chances of winning depend on the number of entries. Prize is non-transferable and is not redeemable for cash. If the prize cannot be awarded for any reason, Zumba reserves the right to substitute, if possible, that prize with another prize of equal or greater value. The winner is responsible for all taxes and fees associated with the receipt and/or use of the prize.