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Angie Miller: Core & Strength Fusion Workout


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  • Actors: Angie Miller
  • Directors: Angie Miller
  • 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: April 3, 2012
  • Run Time: 68 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B006ZYCGXY
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #154,708 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Editorial Reviews

Angie Miller delivers the ultimate total body workout! This time-efficient strength training program uses continuous movement and innovative exercises to sculpt and define your muscles. You'll increase your strength and endurance, challenge your balance and coordination, and reap cardiovascular rewards. Fat burning, and functional, it's the perfect way to reshape your body and achieve a leaner physique. Angie's non-stop energy and encouraging style will motivate you. Her attention to form and upbeat instruction will inspire you. Get ready to boost your metabolism and break through plateaus! Look out skinny jeans, here you come. Core & Strength Fusion is a challenging program that will give you the tools you need to achieve a stronger, fitter you! You can do the entire workout or chose various options to meet your exercise needs.

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This is the third workout I have tried from Angie Miller; I also own her Kettlebell Bootcamp and have recently acquired Bedroom Body. One of the things I like the best about Angie's workouts is that she always incorporates core and balance work throughout the ENTIRE routine. She does this with the inclusion of many twisting moves plus lots of balance work on one leg. I also like how Angie includes dynamic stretching in the warm-up and incorporates timed holds into the final stretch.

Equipment used for this workout includes two sets of dumbbells (Angie says she is using 8s & 5s), medium-resistance tubing, and an optional step. Angie has two background exercisers with her, Michelle and Heather (who shows modifications, including working out without a step). The DVD is well-chaptered, so you can easily mix-n-match segments to form your own premixes (e.g., Warm-Up, Dumbbells, & Stretch = 39 minutes; Warm-Up, Tubing, & Stretch = 29 minutes; or Warm-Up, Core, & Stretch = 25 minutes).

The Main Menu of this workout offers the following options: Play All--Introduction--Warm-Up--Weights--Bands--Core--Cool-Down--Stretch. I have broken out each segment in greater detail below.

WARM-UP (7 minutes)
Includes knee-ups, side-steps, hamstring curls, grapevines, v-steps, and knee-ups & lunges on step. Finishes with dynamic stretches for hamstring and calf.

WEIGHTS (26 minutes)
Uses step for various squats, adding in knee lifts, bicep curls, and overhead presses. Also curtsey lunges, side lunges, and lunges with lat rows.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By SD on August 3, 2014
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I love Angie Miller's exercise DVDs. I currently rotate this tape with her Kettlebell Bootcamp as my daily exercise. One day I do Kettlebell routine and the next day use the free weights and cords for Core Strength and Fusion. I especially like the modifiers (she uses one in each exercise routine) as I am not strong enough yet to do all the exercises the way that Angie does them so I follow the modifiers on these. There is a learning curve for the routines as well as strength, stamina and endurance must be increased to do the entire workouts. I have been doing these routines for 6 months now and can see a tremendous change in my hips and legs. I am an older post menopausal woman that did very little exercise until my retirement in 2013.
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I have had this workout for some time and did it this morning for the first time in awhile. I found it in the circuit section of my workouts and realized while doing it that it's not a circuit workout, but rather a strength workout. I think this miscategorization happened because I definitely get a cardio effect from the strength moves in this workout. Many of the moves in this workout are compound moves where do an upper body move with a lower body move. You even add in another component to those two sometimes. So, if you like compound moves, this is a workout you might consider. Also, she puts a twist on traditional moves, which helped to keep the workout fresh for me. She's innovative without making the moves seem unsafe or "out there". Finally, she incorporates balance moves throughout the workout giving it a functional fitness twist.

She does build the moves, starting with the lower body usually and then adding in the upper body move. She also has two background exercisers with her, one of whom does not use the step and who modifies for impact. I thought the modifier was pretty good. You need two lighter weights, one heavier weight, a band, and the step is optional. She says that they are using 5 pounds for the lighter weights and an 8 pounder for the heavier.

The biggest con of this workout is that she talks A LOT and then talks some more (and more and more and more). All of her talk is appropriate to the workout - form pointers, counting down, encouragement, etc. But, for those who do not like chatty instructors, this workout is NOT for you. Because she focuses on the core in this workout, there are a number of twisty type moves. For those with lower back issues, you might want to be careful when doing this workout.
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2 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jessica on October 8, 2012
Only occasionally do I purchase a dvd on reviews alone... usually I go to the library, borrow from a friend, or watch clips online. I borrowed this dvd from the library and gave it a try today. Sadly, I found it boring and repetitive. With little exception, it was made up of moves I'd seen before, all strung together. Additionally, it requires a step, a resistance tube with handles, and two sets of weights. Though there are modifications if you do not have the step, there are not for the tube or the weights. I find this a bit of an inconvenience when there's so much available that requires no equipment at all. Part of my boredom could come from the fact that it's quite long indeed -- over an hour even though I skipped a brief portion for which I did not have the right equipment (the resistance tube). Occasionally, there's a hidden gem, like the oblique crunches in the ab sequence or the rowing motion in the weights portion. But for the most part, this workout is made up of squats and lunges, lunges and squats. It's certainly a workout, but not at all knee friendly! And though I appreciate Ms. Miller's enthusiasm, her cuing is neither clear(She refers frequently to "singles" when there's no 'double' to compare it to... or says "two singles" while she does three) nor inspiring (she sounds like my grandma every time she says "I'm glad you've joined us today" and "Make it worth your time").
Finally, the stretch portion is entirely useless. She has you stretch in a lunge position (again with the stress on the knees) for an entire clocked minute per side, and virtually nothing else!

If you're a newbie who hasn't seen everything yet, give it a try! If you have zero knee sensitivity and are looking to improve your buns and thighs, give it a try! If you have a lot of time to dedicate and money to spend on equipment, give it a try! But if, like me, you are an avid home exerciser looking for a fun new workout, you'd best keep looking.
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