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African Vibes with Muamba Didier

2 out of 5 stars 1 customer review

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Using live drummers on set and some serious rhythms, Didier Muamba creates a true African vibe in this hot new aerobic workout DVD. Designed for you to learn the Afro movements, this DVD gives you the perfect recipe to learn, feel, and then let loose some tribal dance. Didier's infectious and cheeky style of teaching will keep you both entertained and motivated. The combinations are simple and achievable, yet when they are performed at full pace, they give you a workout that moves you from the inside out.

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  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 0.2 x 5.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces
  • ASIN: B0026WOUTM
  • Item model number: DVD
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,578,220 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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I love everything Marcus Irwin touches; his ideas are spot on, and he typically refrains from kitsch. His videos are fully fitness and form-focused. The background 'babes' or 'fantastic fours' are typically wholesome, clothed in fitness clothing (street clothes) and just come across as being fully engaged in what they are doing: teaching a real aerobics class.

This is the first disappointment I have had since starting with Evolution videos. The blocks are not clearly articulated. This may be due to Didier's English (quite frankly, I would have preferred the video in French, I know previous Evolution productions have been offered in German). He seems ill at east in front of the camera.

I have taken many W. African, Afro Samba and samba reggae and even Haitian/Caribbean dance. The moves Didier presents ARE decent, W. African variations of classic hi lo the concept behind the video is great. However, maybe due to Didier's authentically African/absent cueing (I have found this a problem in my classes), this is difficult to follow...anybody used to counting (uh, that would be MOST certified fitness instructors) will be sorely disappointed. Also, the blocks don't progress in any clear way, it feels like you are doing movement, stop, march, stop, okay now move, once again. Very disjointed.

Finally, this is the first time I have heard "sexy" and "seductive" used in an Evolution video. I am NO prude and I understand the cultural/social origins of W. African dance, including fertility connotations. However, this is an EVOLUTION production, not something out of Hollywood California, nor is it an anthropological examination on the role of procreation in W. African dance. The worst part is the girl they have as a backup dancer, his 'baby' Leslie.
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