Sallie-Anne Sadler brings Zumba to Gentlemans walk

A fitness instructor braved the rain today in an attempt to get men moving in the street.

Zumba Queen Norwich owner Sallie-Anne Sadler, 37, was in Gentlemans Walk, stopping those passing by and inviting them to join her for a taste of energetic fitness craze Zumba.

The fitness guru said: 'We are trying to get men into dance fitness. Zumba was created by a man so I do not know why men do not want to come, it is good fun and burns lots of calories, gets you fit.

'We have had a few guys have a little go, a few are a bit shy, plus a few of them are going to work.

'I do not think they were too ready for Zumba at half seven in the morning!'

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Zumba is held at a variety of places all over the city and is described as an exhilarating and effective, easy-to-follow, latin-inspired, calorie-burning dance fitness-party, that blends international music.

It is now the world's largest dance-fitness program with more than 10m people taking Zumba classes in over 90,000 locations across more than 110 countries.

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