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  • Actors: Tracey Staehle
  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Fit By Tracey Llc
  • DVD Release Date: May 5, 2008
  • Run Time: 60 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00189CZO6
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #289,558 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Cardio Sweatfest - Tracey Staehle View large image KineticFlix KineticFlix KineticFlix KineticFlix avg.rating: 0 from 0 customers Log in to rate item KineticFlix KineticFlix KineticFlix KineticFlix This ultra intense workout begins with 60 minutes of pure kickbox. This kickbox routine was choreographed by a martial artist and is for the kickbox lover. It focuses on form and power. Moves are done at varying speeds and muscle tone is something you can expect from this workout! Some of the moves include ridgehand, backfist, innerblock, reverse punch, high blocks and elbow smashes. There are 8 combos total and two lengthy drills focusing on upper body and lower body. Get ready to sweat and burn because this DVD has it ALL. Also included in the kickbox is a preview of some of the moves and how they are executed and why they are used. The music is superb and will keep you kicking for the full 60 minutes! The Hi-Lo portion of this workout is a quick sweat that will put a smile on your face while elevating your heart rate. The workout combines easier moves with some Latin style "hip swinging" and two intensity spikes to get the heart pumping. If your looking to burn calories, sculpt your upper and lower body and have fun at the same time, Cardio Sweatfest is for you! Both workouts include modifiers and premixes for shorter or longer intensity.

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Cardio Sweatfest, led by relative fitness newcomer Tracey Staehle, is actually comprised of two workouts, a 60-minute kickboxing routine and a 36-minute Hi-Lo section. Either of the two workouts can be selected from the main menu; this will lead you to submenus which include several premixes for each workout.

Kickbox Sweatfest is a drill-style kickbox workout. For the most part, Tracey keeps the combinations quite simple, starting slow at first but kicking up the pace and intensity as you continue. Tracey uses some different terms for some of the moves--eg, back fist/reverse punch, which she also calls temple-sternum--but these are broken down in the "Kickbox Demo" segment featuring Jessica, a martial artist. The workout begins with a 3.5-minute warm-up which starts slow and then incorporates some of the punches and kicks to stretch. For the main body of the workout, there are 8 total combos, each about 6-7 minutes long; with the exception of a few jump kicks, the moves are mostly low-impact, with one of the background exercisers always showing modifications. As mentioned above, each combination features basic choreography (eg, jab-cross-jab-kick), but Tracey mixes things up a bit, sometimes repeating just the kicks or punches at a faster tempo. Following the combinations, there is an additional 7 minutes of arm drills and 3.5 minutes of kicking drills--you definitely will be fried by the end of these! Tracey finishes with a 4-minute cool-down which includes push-ups and some brief stretching for the lower body. The premixes include Shoulder Shredder (19 minutes), Butt Blaster (19 minutes), and Short Sweat (35 minutes; features Combos 4-8).
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Nancy Loderick TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 10, 2011
This DVD has a Kickboxing and a Hi/Lo workout on it. I didn't like the Kickboxing workout, so I would only rate it 2 stars. I enjoyed the Hi/Lo workout, even though it was very easy. I give this workout 3 stars. That's why I rated this DVD 3 stars.

KICKBOXING WORKOUT

The positives:

*The music was good and made me want to work out harder

*Tracey's teaching style of doing a move slowly so you can really focus on your form. You then do the moves faster to get your heart rate up.

The negatives:

*Endless repetitions of a move. You do 4-8 repetitions of a combination before moving on the next side. You then do 32 repetitions for each side. You then go back to the first side worked and do at least 8 more repetitions. These give the workout a big dread factor for me. The drills weren't all that fun to begin with, so having to do them a lot of times made it worse.

*Uneven routines. For most of the routines, you work one side, do the endless 32 repetitions, and go the other side for the same. For some of the routines, you then go back to the first side and do some more, repeating this on the second side. This wasn't the case for all the routines.

*Lack of intensity. I respectfully disagree with some of the other reviewers that you can make this workout as hard as you want. I did the routines with 2 pound weighted gloves and gave it my all. I still couldn't get my heart rate up in the aerobic zone.

This workout wasn't fun for me, so I rarely do it. I rate this one 2 stars.

HI/LO WORKOUT

Even though this is a very easy workout, I love doing this on days when I want something not too intense.

The positives:

*The Latin flavor of the music.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By QuirkyYogini on January 24, 2010
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I'm not sure why this isn't more popular. As the previous reviewer said, it's split into two parts: Kickboxing and Hi-Lo. I admit that I only do the kickbox portion of this DVD, but so far, it's my favorite DVD for the hard days when I can't get to the gym or go for a run.

Kickbox:
Tracey Staehle pushes you, but in a motivational way, rather than Jillian Michaels' tough and sometimes condescending manner. Her instructions are clear and most of the Kickbox moves are simple, but effective. There is one combo that usually leaves me turned around, but after about my second time watching the DVD, I felt like I really got it and now I can perform it with very few slip ups.

For those of you with the common complain that a workout DVD isn't hard enough, you really get what you give here. If you aren't punching hard, kicking high, and squatting as low as you can, you won't feel it as much. I'm an intermediate, possibly advanced, exerciser, and I always feel like I had a good workout after the kickbox portion.

That said, watch your knees with this one. I dislocated my left knee several years ago and I still have issues with it sometimes. There are times when I can't push myself as hard as I'd like with this DVD when I'm really feeling it, and there are some days I won't do it at all because of it. I won't tell you not to get it if you have knee problems, but you might want to save it for one of those days when your knees aren't acting up.

Hi-Lo:
The Hi-Lo portion left me standing clueless as I watched the screen. Admittedly, I've never tried Hi-Lo before, but I thought there would be some instruction to help me along my way. Well, there wasn't, really.
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