Popularity of Zumba spreading in dance/aerobics circles

DAYTON (AP) - The security guards at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base were more than a little curious. A package-delivery truck sitting on the edge of a base parking lot was shaking violently. Warily approaching, the MPs found 35-year-old driver Doug Jones inside shirtless, sweating and exercising to Latin music pulsing through the vehicle. Jones, on his lunch hour, was practicing Zumba a brassy, high-octane, Colombian-born dance/aerobics workout that he teaches.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 24, 2010

DAYTON (AP) — The security guards at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base were more than a little curious. A package-delivery truck sitting on the edge of a base parking lot was shaking violently.

Warily approaching, the MPs found 35-year-old driver Doug Jones inside shirtless, sweating and exercising to Latin music pulsing through the vehicle. Jones, on his lunch hour, was practicing Zumba a brassy, high-octane, Colombian-born dance/aerobics workout that he teaches.

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