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Amy Bento: All Pump

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4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)

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  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, 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 Films
  • DVD Release Date: February 13, 2007
  • Run Time: 40 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000LP6KQM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #319,614 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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A workout strictly devoted to resistance training is now here. Amy Bento will train your body to become an efficient, fat-burning machine. All Pump works through the body's various planes to target those problem areas and blasts them into shape! This workout puts a new spin on resistance training while keeping it fresh and creative. Equipment list includes: plate-loaded bar, stability ball, dumbbells, a step, and a mat.

* We suggest performing this workout two times per week with two days in between sessions.

Fitness Level: Intermediate/Advanced.


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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
This was my first Amy Bento video, and it was a bit different than I thought. From viewing the clip, I had been expecting a lot of compound moves and thought that the workout would have a functional fitness feel. This was true a bit, especially with the opening move (see below), but overall, this workout wound up feeling like a shorter, slightly intense version of a Cathe strength workout to me, right down to the use of a lot of equipment (barbell, 2 sets of dumbbells, step, stability ball).

This DVD is well-chaptered; I've listed the chapters below and added my own descriptions after.

Warm-Up. Includes basic moves such as shrugs, squats, and knee ups. Ends with a series of stretches held for a nice long, slow 4-count.

Multi-Joint. This is a compound move: holding light dumbbells, you step up with one foot on the step, raise the other knee in the air, and extend that leg twice while doing a front raise. Amy does several sets on both legs. She also does a series of squats with lateral side raises that really fried my shoulders!

Legs. Amy begins with a split lunge with one heel on a small dumbbell (Cathe does this move in Push Pull). Next comes a barbell squat series which I found very challenging due to the high number of reps: she does 15 squats in the center, then 8 cursey dips to each side; she repeats the sequence once the same and once with half as many reps.

BIs and TRIs. Amy does several variations of bicep curls (hammers, center, and concentration) while seated in a v-sit position on the step, so you work your core as well. Tricep work includes kickbacks and tricep push-ups.

Chest and Back. Begins with uneven push-ups (one hand on step).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This is a 40 minute total body workout and the time just flies! I was having so much fun; I was disappointed when it was time for the final stretch. This workout was one of the first one Amy produced and it has stood the test of time.

What I enjoyed about this workout:

**Amy is enthusiastic and encouraging. She looks like she's having a blast, so I can't help but have fun too.

**The multi-joint warm-up, which comes right after the warm-up. It's called a warm-up, but you're really diving right into the workout. You're doing delt raises while lunging and then doing a knee lift on the step. It's tough, works your core and a great warm-up for the rest of the workout.

**The unusual exercises. I especially liked the "sunshine" exercise where you sit on the step, lean back a bit and move a stability ball in an arc.

**The upbeat music. Amy has a special talent for choosing great workout music. Its quick beat helps me really push myself.

I would call this an intermediate workout. However, Amy doesn't give a lot of form pointers, so you need to be aware of good body alignment when doing the exercises. This is just fine for me, since I don't like to keep hearing form pointers; I'm pretty good at reminding myself.

I would categorize this as more of an endurance workout than a strength building one, since I don't think you're working your muscles enough to get big strength gains.

If you're looking for a workout that will work your entire body, as well as energize you, this may be for you.
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It's a 45 minute exercise video. Pros - good variety of body pump techniques. Really works out the muscles. Short, sharp and intense. Cons - you need a decent sized exercise room to do this workout. You need the workout weights, the bar, a work-out bench and a medicine ball. How many homes can spare this type of space? Also it can get a little monotonous after a few weeks - doing the same workout day in and day out, unlike a live class where the routines vary and there's interaction. Also it is a 45 minute workout video whereas most pump class I've been to go on for an hour. At the end of the day it depends on what your needs are - if you prefer variety and some interaction with the instructor, then it may help to enrol at a gym instead. If you want a pump work-out at home varied with other types of activites that are more interactive then this should work out okay.
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5.0 out of 5 stars ALL PUMP WITH AMY BENTO January 17, 2010
Amy will lead you through a multi-joint workout for only 40 minutes! Every traditional move used, Amy comes up with a creative twist to it, so. it isn't the same old move. For example, bicep curls are done sitting on the step lengthwise as we sit incline. Her moves are simple and athletic, yet creative. I like her enthusiasm and this workout is something I go back to because it's not too long and it works the total body.
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2 of 7 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Was disappointed April 5, 2008
I was disappointed with this video for one reason. I purchased it for the adjustable barbell strength training. Amy is featured on the cover with the barbell and has it in with her training equipment during the video, but never once picked it up and used it. I feel the cover should be a reflection of the contents.
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