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30 Minutes to Fitness: Split Sessions Upper & Lower Body Workouts with Kelly Coffey Meyer


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Product Details

  • Actors: Kelly Coffey-Meyer
  • Directors: Kelly Coffey-Meyer
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Bayview Entertainment/Widowmaker
  • DVD Release Date: November 15, 2011
  • Run Time: 70 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B005PTYOTY
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #45,772 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Kelly Coffey-Meyer's 30 Minutes to Fitness ''Split Sessions'' DVD contains a complete upper body workout, a challenging lower body workout and 8 additional premixes to give you 10 workout options on one DVD. Workout One focuses on strengthening and sculpting a beautiful upper body. This gym-style session flows continuously from one muscle group to the next with challenging and effective moves. As is typical with Kelly's workouts, every minute is used productively to make each of the 30 minutes worth many more. Workout Two is designed to strengthen and re-shape your lower body. You'll trim down your legs, firm up your glutes and burn maximum calories long after the workout has ended. Each exercise has its own unique twist to make the ''usual'' move more challenging, more effective and more enjoyable. Along with numerous premix options, this DVD has a bonus lower body workout on the floor. Using an optional band, you will blast away at your hips, legs and glutes in a quick and efficient manner! These two workouts will speed up your metabolism, increase endurance and improve your overall symmetry to create a slimmer, fitter you. Do them on separate days for a quick and effective workout or combine them for a 60-minute total body workout! Equipment used: Step, band, and dumbbells

Customer Reviews

The upper body workout is very good also.
Teedums
My knees hurt after this workout, but the next day, I felt fine.
Peter Tsang
There is absolutely nothing negative about these workouts.
FawnG

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Peter Tsang TOP 1000 REVIEWER on December 26, 2011
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[Please note that Amazon lists this DVD as two separate products. Both DVDs are the same and both display the same cover, with Kelly Coffey-Meyer wearing a top with a white towel draped around her neck. In one DVD, the top is red and in the other DVD, the top is orange red. Again, please keep in mind that both are the same.]

Ms. Coffey-Meyer presents two workouts which use medium (or slightly heavier) dumbbells. These workouts are done gym-style, so Ms. Coffey-Meyer moves steadily from one dumbbell exercise to another for fairly intense workouts. I especially enjoyed doing the excellent upper body workout.

In both workouts, Ms. Coffey-Meyer works with two other ladies. Choose a pair of dumbbells appropriate for your exercise level. A decline step and band are recommended as additional equipment, but I did not use them.

Warm-up (3:34) is the same for both workouts.

# 1 Upper Body Workout (33:30) Five stars. This is excellent. A decline step is optional.

# 2 Lower Body Workout (24:10) Four stars. My knees hurt after this workout, but the next day, I felt fine. A decline step and band are optional.

Here is a detailed exercise breakdown for the two workouts.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Teedums on January 15, 2012
Here is another winner in Kelly Coffey-Meyer's 30 Minutes to Fitness series. I have collected 10 of the 13 DVDs in the series and I just discovered them a year ago!

Peter has broken down this workout very well so I will just add my thoughts. Both workouts are very good and thorough. You work hard but there is no dread factor. I really like the fact that I can get a great workout, whether it's upper or lower body in just a half hour. I used to exercise more consistently but suffered from burn out and just stopped. These workouts have helped me get back on track and I enjoy exercising again!

I really liked the bandwork in the lower body segment, I was feeling it and right away. I normally don't work those muscles like that so they were really firing. Thankfully by the time you have had your fill of the band work it's over, though it is repeated later on in the workout. I do find myself modifying the lower body section a bit. Kelly is known for adding unique variations to tried and true exercises. They don't always work for me personally though. So I just modify a little bit, for example I just do a static lunge in place of th leg press, a squat foot tap inward or squat heel lift in place of the squat/knee inversion, and instead of the deadlift/rock I just do a 4-4 count deadlift. I do the other lower body exercises as presented. I really like the side lunge exercise, I have never seen that in any other workout.

The upper body workout is very good also. There are only a few exercises for each muscle group, but each are repeated and everything is hit well. A lot is accomplished in 30 minutes. I found myself doing the waist exercises without weights though, just a personal preference. Kelly does use weights for these but I skipped it.
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Split Sessions is part of Kelly Coffey-Meyer's 30 Minutes to Fitness series. It is the first DVD in the series since 30 Minutes To Fitness: Weights to offer split workouts for the upper and lower body. In Split Sessions, Kelly adds use of additional equipment, including an incline bench for the upper body workout and a band for the lower body workout. Sam and Lauren again join Kelly, with Lauren showing modifications for doing the exercises without the band or step.

The Main Menu of Split Sessions offers the following options:

Introduction
Warm-Up
Workout #1 (Upper Body)
Workout #2 (Lower Body)
Bonus Floorwork
Premixes
Credits
Music ON/OFF

Unlike with some of the other DVDs in the 30 Minutes to Fitness series, the warm-up does NOT need to be selected separately--i.e., it plays automatically when you select Workout #1, #2, or most of the premixes. I have broken down each of the workout segments below.

WARM-UP (3.5 minutes)
Kelly begins the warm-up with some neck and shoulder rolls, then does a brief series of squats with a lunge back. She adds in more traditional aerobic moves with a sequence of knee ups, front kicks, hamstring curls, and side-to-side steps. She concludes with side-to-side lunges and a few deep breaths.

UPPER BODY (33.5 minutes)
Kelly performs this workout in rounds, and she is impressively using 15# dumbbells for most of the workout. In each round, she completes two exercises, then returns and performs a second set of both. The first round works the back/shoulders with rows and lying chest press: for both, Kelly begins with single arm and then moves into double arm.
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