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Fit India movement asks school children to join Zumba session while staying indoors

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 13 May 2020, 10:18 IST

Amid coronavirus pandemic, the government has started Fit India Movement so as people remain healthy and fit while staying indoors during COVID-19 lockdown. The latest task that has been given by Fit India is the Zumba dance session for school students. 

The class has been conducted by the Zumba and Fitness coach Shweta Kariya who has taught some fitness lessons.


She has taught some simple and easy dance steps on the official YouTube channel of the Fit India Movement. 

However, the session was started at 9:30 am which was especially for school children. Students across the globe were asked to join the Zumba session. 

Also, the Central Board of Secondary Education has shared the tweet of Fit Indian.

 “After today's meditation session, get ready for some Dance students! Zumba & Fitness coach @shwetakariya will teach you some cool dance steps on @FitIndiaOff's YouTube channel on 13th May at 9.30 am https://bit.ly/2yVBUSa,” CBSE tweeted. 

 

However, CBSE collaborated with Fit India Movement in April 2020, in a bid to reach out to the students at home. 

The session was also joined by parents, and others on April 14 and since then, every day a new fitness expert teaches a new way on how to stay fit and healthy. 

The movement was launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi last year. 

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First published: 13 May 2020, 10:18 IST
 
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