You can show off your dance moves again, says Taytay Vice Mayor Mitch Bermundo
Taytay Vice Mayor Mitch Bermundo is slowly bringing back the normal sweat sessions through Aero-Zumba.
Now fitness enthusiasts won’t have to content themselves with online fitness classes as Taytay Vice Mayor Mitch Bermundo has started the dry run for the face to face Aero-Zumba sessions in Kalayaan Park.
In a Facebook post, Bermundo said the number of participants in the sessions would be limited in compliance with health protocols, and senior citizens and those below 21 years old are prohibited from joining.
Temperature checks would be conducted and contact tracing forms would have to be filled out.
Despite these measures, there was a good turnout for the dry run.
There’s nothing like feeding off the energy of fellow Zumba enthusiasts.
Dance like no one’s watching!
“Nagsimula na po tayo ng dry run (face to face) schedule ng ating AERO-ZUMBA sa Kalayaan park ngayong umaga.
Alinsunod sa health protocols Limitado lamang po per session ang maaring maka makadalo. Bawal po ang senior citizens at 21 years old below. Bago nag zumba ay chineck ang temperature at nagfill up sa log book para sa contract tracing. Meron din tayong alcohol at may markings po na dun tumapat ang mga nagexercise.
Para sa mga senior citizens at 21 years old below na gusto pa din mag aero/ zumba na hindi maaccomodate ng kalayaan park, Mapapanuod ang live streaming sa:
Patuloy natin palakasin ang resistensya para panlaban sa sakit. 💜
#AeroZumbaLabanCovid19,” Bermundo posted.
Nagsimula na po tayo ng dry run (face to face) schedule ng ating AERO-ZUMBA sa Kalayaan park ngayong umaga.
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