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30 Minutes To Fitness: Weights Workout with Kelly Coffey-Meyer


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  • Actors: Kelly Coffey-Meyer
  • Directors: Greg Twombly
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Bayview Entertainment/Widowmaker
  • DVD Release Date: January 20, 2009
  • Run Time: 60 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (115 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00170C15O
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,858 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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30 Minutes to Fitness is traditional weight training for everyone! Kelly Coffey-Meyer adapts and blends the industry's best moves in a unique format that brings the best from the past into today. 30 Minutes to Fitness offers two 30 minute workouts on one DVD: Back/Legs/Chest and Biceps/Triceps/Shoulders. Each workout moves continuously from one effective move to the next. These workouts go a step further to maximize results by using active rests throughout the 30 minutes of training. 30 Minutes to Fitness is a workout designed by you - select standing core to trim your waistline, abdominals or low cardio moves for your active rests. Each option offers its own added benefits and changes the overall feel of the workout every time. The active rest you choose and the weight you use, results in your perfect workout in only 30 minutes. 30 Minutes to Fitness will build strength, increase muscle definition and boost your metabolism so you can achieve the body you've always wanted

Customer Reviews

I feel like I am getting a good workout!
A. Ingli
I thought this tape was easy to follow and I like that it can go from beginner to advanced just by increasing the weights.
workinout
The Premixes on this DVD provide a great amount of variety to the workouts.
doctor_beth

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This was the first workout in fitness instructor Kelly Coffey-Meyer's new 30 Minutes to Fitness series. Like the other DVDs in this series, 30 Minutes to Fitness Weights offers two separate splits-style workouts; when combined with the warm-up, each of these workouts is approximately 30 minutes long, perfect if you are short on time. However, additional options allow you to create a longer workout as well as to add in lots of variety (described below).

Kelly works out with two background exercises, one of whom shows modifications for some of the exercises. The Main Menu of the DVD lists the Warm-Up, Workout 1, Workout 2, Workout Sections, and Premixes; there are also audio options for working out with music or with Kelly's voice only. In her introduction, Kelly explains that the workouts are designed for heavier lifting. She recommends that beginners use 5 lbs., intermediate 7 lbs., and advanced 10 lbs. (note that these weight amounts are different than what is is listed on the DVD menu). I found these amounts to be about right, as I consider myself to be high intermediate, and I used 8 lbs. through the majority of both workouts, sometimes pyramiding up to 10 lbs.

The basic 3-minute warm-up includes marches, taps with reaches, side steps, and hamstring curls. Without the warm-up, Workout #1, which focuses on Back, Legs, & Chest, is 29.5 minutes long, and Workout #2, concentrating on Biceps, Triceps, & Shoulders, is 27 minutes long. Both workouts follow the same general format: a single exercise consisting of 8 repetitions is performed for each of the three targeted body parts. This round is then repeated once, and then you take an "active rest.
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58 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Jamey on February 14, 2010
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This video convinced me that weights are the secret of changing your body.

When I first got this, it was impossible to do, but it set my goals high to get through it. I started out with 2 pound weights and all the modifications. My body got stronger immediately. I am progressing through heavier weights and using fewer modifications. My body is changing before my eyes. The ab workout is changing my stomach. I like the many different mixes avaiable to customize the workout to your available time and fitness level. I do mix it with a more moderate video I have to allow my body to rest/recover when needed.

After 45 years of neglecting self to care for others, it is very empowering to find a program that works. I now realize all the aerobics in the world will not change your body like weights will. I would definately buy it again if I could do it all over again.
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50 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Little Miss Cutey on April 26, 2008
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While I like this workout, I certainly have better workouts from Kelly. This one is good though for your abs and upper body. There are two main workouts here and both are about 30 minutes all up. They are tough and leave you feeling it the next day (or two) but sticking to it will definately give you results.
The first workout is for chest, back and your legs and the second one is for shoulders and biceps and triceps. I like the music that's used here because I find it motivating. There is also an additional ab section which is helpful and good to do. I feel that this is lacking upper body work like flies and chest presses. It almost seems a little incomplete, yet doing this is obviously better than not doing any work at all.
Kelly is encouraging and outgoing but not annoying. This dvd gets it done in a short amount of time but you will certainly feel the burn and yet have fun at the same time.
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31 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Shari on December 27, 2008
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I use this as a warm-up before my morning run. (I know typically you'd do the cardio first, but I found I feel stronger on my runs and walks if I do this short strength routine first) The 30 minute - all body parts, no active rest routine is my favorite. Kelly is enthusiastic but not as sacharine or peppy as some of video instructors. I was using the 15 pound weights as she recommended for advanced audiences but found I was starting to bulk up, so dropped down to the 10 pound weights. The deadlifts and squats offer a good way to both stretch and strengthen.
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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful By shallwedance on May 16, 2010
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I bought this video after watching Kelly Coffey-Meyer's Step-Boxing workout DVD which is absolutely fantastic. I love her style, no-nonsense, no hullabaloo, solid exercises performed well and coached well. Her style seems pretty spartan-no thrills no frills- and I love that about her. This particular video is also simple and clearly performed. The editing leaves a lot to be desired, in my opinion. There are several options (or mixes) to customize your workout, two main workout choices (legs, chest, and back; or biceps, triceps, shoulders) coupled with different "active rest periods" (low-impact cardio or abdominal work). Again, the exercises are simple and to the point. The editing of the mixes, though, doesn't give enough time to go from lying on the floor doing ab work to standing up and holding 15 lb dumbbells for the next set, so I'm always rushing those transitions. Also, the leg workout is not very challenging at all, though I guess you could always increase the weight and be challenged that way, still, I liked that part of the workout the least out of this DVD, and it was the part I was looking forward to the most. Overall, though, Coffey-Meyer's great, talks you through each exercise directly, succinctly, and just exudes motivation. I'd love to own another step-boxing DVD of hers, and I'll still check out her other stuff.
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